Past Conferences

We plan and host meetings that have impact on the future of the environment and our community.

charting new waters

Thursday, September 28, 2017
Sponsors:
Real Racine
Goals:

To develop the next 3-year strategic plan for the organization. Participants will help identify and prioritize issues, set short and long-term goals and objectives, and outline action items and next steps for our work moving forward.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017
Sponsors:
Higher Expectations for Racine County Youth
Goals:

To bring community stakeholders together to learn about the progress made during the past year and our plans to continue working toward our goal of a fully capable and employed Racine County. In partnership with individuals and organizations throughout the community, we made great strides this year across the “career to cradle” pipeline and built the capacity of our team and the greater community to make data-driven decisions that will lead to improved outcomes for students and families. Throughout this event, you’ll learn about some of our recent accomplishments and hear from key partners engaged in our work.

 

Sunday, September 17, 2017
Sponsors:
Racine Arts Council and The Johnson Foundation at Wingspread
Goals:

Recognition and celebration of Racine Arts Council's 50th anniversary.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Sponsors:
RAMAC and Racine Unified School District
Goals:

In December 2013, Dr. Lolli Haws presented the Racine Unified School District three-year plan titled Raising Racine. That plan led to progress and successful initiatives now underway in our schools. Much collaborative work has been done and this fall 2017, RUSD will roll out a new five-year strategic plan: Raising Racine 2022. At the same time, partners have come together to make a collective impact on educational outcomes in Racine and to ensure our students graduate prepared for the jobs right here in our community. At this Breakfast Briefing, community leaders will have an opportunity to learn about District progress thus far, goals in the new strategic plan and work underway to develop a Racine County education master plan. Participants will be able to ask questions of Dr. Haws, RUSD School Board president Bob Wittke and community partners.

Monday, August 14, 2017
Sponsors:
Racine County Human Services Department
Goals:

Local stakeholders reconvene for updates on the reorganization of Racine County’s Foster Care Program and to discuss targeted solutions for increasing the number of licensed foster care homes and preventing children from entering the foster care system. 

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