Past Conferences

charting new waters

Thursday, March 21, 2019 - Saturday, March 23, 2019
Sponsors:
ELI and The George Washington Law School
Goals:

To begin a dialogue among high-level legal practitioners and academics about what changes need to be made in the nation’s environmental legal framework to better address the critical problems the nation now faces in these areas of the law and to identify how a new consensus can be created to support needed change.

Saturday, February 23, 2019
Sponsors:
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Racine and Kenosha Counties
Goals:

To create a new strategic plan that captures the vision of the organization’s new leadership and Board, as well as build relationships that will lead to stronger organizational cohesion.

Thursday, February 21, 2019
Sponsors:
United States Attorney’s Office – Eastern District of Wisconsin in collaboration with Fight to End Exploitation and The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread, facilitated by Kane Communications Group and supported by the Racine Community Foundation.
Goals:

The purpose of this conference is to bring law enforcement executives together to foster collaboration and explore new approaches to the human trafficking problems facing Southeastern Wisconsin.  The conference will seek to provide vital information, including resources to help officers identify signs of human trafficking, provide guidance on resources and organizations available to help support victims, and identify additional free training programs available to officers on human trafficking.

Monday, February 18, 2019
Sponsors:
Milwaukee Public Museum
Goals:

This workshop is the first and most intensive  in a series of workshops, interviews and town hall sessions that will help the Milwaukee Public Museum (MPM) envision and scope out the core messages and learning objectives  of our future Museum facility, the fifth home for our state’s most visited Museum, serving 550,000 people annually.

Wednesday, January 09, 2019 - Friday, January 11, 2019
Sponsors:
Ounce of Prevention Fund, Early Opportunities LLC and Center for the Study of Social Policy
Goals:

To develop a shared vision of the benefits and breakthroughs that might arise from connecting distinct initiatives and efforts into a “network of networks”; and to lay out a framework and early actions for making more accessible the support, expertise, learning, and resources needed to implement well-functioning early childhood systems at scale. 

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