UW-Green Bay Multicultural Student Success Manager Miriam Brabham will moderate a panel discussion titled “Lived Experience: A Conversation About Living in Northeast Wisconsin as a Person of Color” at the Northeast Wisconsin Leadership Summit at the Radisson Hotel and Convention Center in Green Bay on Tuesday, May 9.
The event the first of its kind in Northeast Wisconsin, intended to gather the region’s most influential people of color and allies for professional development, networking and community building. We’ll have more than a dozen panel discussions on business, leadership, education and much more!
Miriam Brabham was recently named one of Wisconsin’s 52 most Influential Black leaders in Wisconsin by Madison 365. Miriam holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science Pre-Law from Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL. The impact of her studies at the University of Botswana led her to student affairs. Miriam currently serves as a Multicultural Student Success Manager in the Multi-Ethnic Student Affairs (MESA) office at the University of Wisconsin- Green Bay, where she supports Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) students. Miriam loves volunteering for the non-profit Lovin the Skin I’m In, serving young black children.
More information on the Summit, including schedule, pricing and registration, is available at https://www.wileadershipsummit.com/regionalsummit.