Miriam Brabham, the multicultural student success manager at UW-Green Bay, will moderate a panel titled, “Stop, Collaborate and Listen” on November 6 at the 365 Leadership Summit presented by UW Credit Union.
The sixth annual summit will take place November 6 and 7 and include more than 20 panel discussion on a wide range of topics, as well as the largest-ever 365 Leadership Community Choice Awards. Registration is open now at this link.
Miriam is a co-host for the Podcast The Biracial Effect and was recently featured on WPR’s Home is Here project for her piece Traumatized Curls. Miriam has recently presented her poetry at the Celebration of Black Women Brunch for the non-profit Lovin’ the Skin I’m In, serving young black children in Northeast Wisconsin. Miriam was named one of Wisconsin’s 52 most Influential Black leaders in Wisconsin by Madison 365. Miriam holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Pre-Law from Western Illinois University in Macomb, IL. Miriam loves volunteering for the Emerging Leaders Society of Brown County United Way.
The 365 Leadership Summit is the state’s premier professional development, networking and community building event for people of color. More information is available at 365LeadershipSummit.com.