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MANDI 2015 WINNERS ANNOUNCED!

The MANDIs highlight the unsung heroes working to revitalize Milwaukee’s most distressed urban neighborhoods. Winners were announced at an Oscar-style gala on April 15 to a crowd of 840 people, including non-profit, corporate and public sector leaders, at Potawatomi Hotel.

Leo Ries, retiring LISC Milwaukee Executive Director

Special Announcement:

LISC Milwaukee to Conduct Search for New Executive Director

Long-time executive director Leo Ries moves on to new endeavors

Neighborhood Safety Improvements and Police-Community Partnerships Profiled

Community Safety

In 2014, the Milwaukee Police Department and three community-based partners, United Methodist Children’s Services, Holton Youth + Family Center, and Riverworks Development Corporation received MetLife Foundation Community-Police Partnership Awards. LISC Milwaukee, in conjunction with National LISC’s Community Safety Initiative, is proud to support the efforts of each award-winning initiative. Please click "Learn More" to watch the videos highlighting their impressive community-police collaborations that are key to successful, comprehensive neighborhood revitalization.

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ACRE training program revived by LISC, Marquette and MSOE - Milwaukee Business Journal

The much-loved, but long-dormant Associates in Commercial Real Estate real estate training program will be revived this year under a partnership that includes LISC Milwaukee, Marquette University and the Milwaukee School of Engineering.

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Welford Sanders

Developer Welford Sanders striving to build community along N. King Drive – JSOnline

Ten years ago, the 2700 block of N. King Drive was mainly a collection of empty and underused buildings. A decade later, the block between W. Hadley and W. Center streets is in the middle of $25 million worth of new apartments and commercial space, an effort led by the nonprofit Martin Luther King Economic Development Corp. and its executive director, Welford Sanders.

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LISC boosts commercial activity, creates jobs in distressed areas with new financing product for small businesses – LISC National

The Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) is filling a gaping hole in the financial market with a new line of small business loans designed to give much-needed support to entrepreneurs who set up shop in low-income communities.

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