My newsletters all advocate for things I believe in and believe we can improve upon in the State of Wisconsin. Wisconsin was once a leader nationally in many areas like business development, social welfare, the environment, good jobs and the Wisconsin Idea to name just a few. We can demonstrate this leadership again but this will involve working together, a willingness to look at what others are doing, and focusing on outcomes and monitoring our progress. Here are just a few of the Ideas I advocate for...
Diversity Education and Inclusion
- In an increasingly competitive workforce environment, Wisconsin employers are seeking new strategies to attract and retain employees. Investing in workplace culture and systems that authentically promote diversity, equity, and inclusion can help employers gain a competitive edge.
- Working with communities and institutions to support a diverse, equatable, and inclusive population strengthens the ability to thrive in today`s economy and provide the resources they need to fulfill their missions.
School to Work Transitions, Apprenticeship, and Job Training
- Every High School Graduate should have a career plan.
- We should exponentially increase Apprenticeship and Work Experience programs in Wisconsin