Partnership on Display

On the Table MKE is possible because individuals and organizations throughout the community answer the call to host important conversations and drive progress toward a better tomorrow. Here, we recognize those partners who have opened their tables and events to the public to ensure that conversations are accessible and inclusive.


Thanks to our Public Table Hosts

Alderman Russell W. Stamper, II Economic Development & Inspiring Entrepreneurship
Alliance for Strong Families and Communities - Advancing Organizational EDI

Allyn Lottouzee
- Waste Not, Want Not
Alverno College Research Center for Women and Girls & Alverno College International and Intercultural CenterThe Status of Girls in Wisconsin: A Conversation about Mental Health
Amanda Buchanan, Anna Rose Menako, Tayla Hart, and Keturah Jinor - Black Women, No Apology.
Aurora Health Care - Community Conversations about Patient Care and Community Involvement at the New 84 South Clinic

Best Babies Zone Westlawn - Best Babies Zone
BizStarts - The Entrepreneurial Journey | BizStarts & Diverse Dining
Bridge the City, City Year Milwaukee, and College PossibleFuture of National Service
Cardinal Stritch University - Stritch On the Table
Courage MKEDiscussion on Courage MKE and the youth we serve
Division of Global Inclusion and EngagementUW-Milwaukee On the Table 2019
Dominican CenterThe Color of Law Part II
Dr. Shon S. Lewis - Talking Social Equality with Dr. Shon S. Lewis
Dwayne & Barb Butler - Increasing individual involvement in Milwaukee partnerships
Friends of Milwaukee's Downtown ForestDNC Eco Tours: Call to Plan
Humane Animal Welfare Society and Woodlands School
- Cultivating Empathy and Leadership: Animal Welfare and Character Education
ImagineMKEActivating Civic Engagement through the Arts
Jendora Keley - Learning Life
League of Women Voters of Milwaukee County - Beyond Gun Politics
MalamaDoe - A Coworking Community for WomenMalamaDoe
Marcus Hotels and Resorts - Connecting Communities through Ballet
Marquette University - How Universities Can Support Criminal Justice Reform

Milwaukee Ballet - Milwaukee News Media Round Table

Milwaukee Press Club - Milwaukee News Media Round Table
MISPIBO Fitness - Building Your Band of Brothers: The Power of Male Friendships
Nearby Nature Milwaukee - Green Cities and Environmental Justice and Equity
NEWaukeeNEWaukee’s On the Table
Next Door - The Importance of High-Quality Early Childhood Education in Milwaukee
Praise Temple International - Financial Freedom
Rotary Club & Friends of Johnsons Park - Conversation About Building Community Around Johnsons Park
Shorewood Human Relations Commission Education Committee - Shorewood Library
St. Ann Center for Intergenerational Care Saint John’s on the Lake - Discussion on Older Adults in Milwaukee

Task Force On Criminal Justice ReformDriving Criminal Justice Reform - Opportunities for Change
Women’s Leadership Collaborative (WLC) - Achieving Pay Equity for Women


Above and Beyond

We are further grateful for community partners who have amplified awareness of On the Table MKE or who have collaborated with us to bring forward especially unique opportunities to participate in conversations.

Special appreciation goes to:

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