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NLI is a free and in-depth ten-month leadership development program for leaders engaged – or planning to engage – in the community. Participants enter the NLI program in teams of two people living, working or volunteering in the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Healthy Neighborhoods, Zilber Neighborhood Initiative neighborhoods, LISC Sustainable Communities, the neighborhoods served by United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee member organizations, and the Amani and Metcalfe Park neighborhoods.
At a recent Neighborhood Safety Symposium held by LISC Milwaukee, national and local experts gathered to share success stories, build partnerships and discuss issues affecting Milwaukee neighborhoods. The approximately 160 attendees raised concerns about safety at the local level and the ways neighborhoods can organize to decrease crime across the city.
Associates in Commercial Real Estate (ACRE) Announces New Class of 20 Students
Bray Brings Successes From Menomonee Valley to Broader Milwaukee Development
Recognition Highlights Innovative Interventions Resulting in Reduced Crime and Increased Sense of Safety for Residents of Washington Park
In spring, 2015, LISC National released an in-depth analysis of outcomes at our Financial Opportunity Centers—which provide bundled financial and employment services in 76 communities to help disadvantaged low-income people improve their financial outlook. The results are promising.
Leo J. Ries, executive director of Local Initiatives Support Corp., is stepping down after 15 years in the post.
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