YNPN Greater Milwaukee offers a number of events throughout the year to help you stay connected. Join our network to ensure you don't miss a beat!

  • Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 07:30 AM

    ​Coffee with the CEO


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    Carmen Pitre, President & CEO - Sojourner Family Peace Center

    7:30 - 8 AM: Check-in, Networking and Continental Breakfast
    8:00 - 9 AM: Program

    *Stay after the program for a tour of Sojourner Family Peace Center and a first-hand look on the work Sojourner is doing to stop the cycle of domestic violence in greater Milwaukee.

    Carmen Pitre is the President & CEO of Sojourner Family Peace Center, Wisconsin’s largest service provider for families dealing with domestic violence, serving more than 11,000 people each year.

    Join us for an intimate and exclusive conversation with Carmen as shares how relationships played a key role in becoming a leader in the effort to improve the way our community supports families and individuals impacted by domestic violence.

  • Thursday, November 08, 2018 at 05:30 PM

    True Partnerships: Breaking Barriers Between Funders and Beneficiaries Panel


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    True Partnerships: Breaking Barriers Between Funders and Beneficiaries Panel

    The Young Nonprofit Professionals Network, with support from the Brewer’s Community Foundation and Wisconsin Philanthropy Network, is pleased to present our third annual event: “Breaking Barriers between Funders & Beneficiaries." This members-exclusive event aims to help open up honest conversations between nonprofit organizations and the philanthropic sector. Each fall, YNPN Milwaukee hosts a panel of funder leaders as they discuss their giving philosophy, what they look for in winning grant proposals, and their ideas about how we can navigate the complex power dynamic inherent in fundraising.


    5:30 PM: Check In, Dinner, & Networking
    6:00 PM: Welcome & Panel

    Moderator: Kathryn Leverenz, President & CEO - Mathematics Institute of Wisconsin


    • Cecelia Gore, Executive Director, Brewers Community Foundation
    • Frank Cumberbatch, VP- Engagement, Bader Philanthropies
    • Jim Marks, Senior Advisor, United Way of Greater Milwaukee
    • Andrea Ogden, Philanthropic Advisor, Greater Milwaukee Foundation

    Parking Information: For convenient access to the event space, guests should park in the Brewers 2 parking lot (which is the nearest of the Preferred Parking lots) and enter Miller Park through the Hot Corner Entrance.

    This is a free event for members and $10 for non-members.