Nov 13, 2019
Darcy Winslow spent 21 years working at Nike, holding several executive positions, and most notably leading four complex systemic change initiatives within and extending well beyond Nike. She is a prominent leader in sustainability and has worked in all sectors of society, assisting organizations to deeply integrate...
Nov 5, 2019
Motoring Stupidity on a Global Scale
Rotarian Richie Burke interviewed three Shorewood guys, Charlie Hawks, Henry Sanders, and Ben Selig, for the GoGedders Podcast. They just completed the grueling Mongol Rally and drove nearly 14,000 miles in a 2002 Suzuki.
Oct 29, 2019
Milwaukee’s War Memorial and Art Museum: A History
In the last century Milwaukee’s Downtown Lakefront has changed drastically from a railyard which cut the City off from the waterfront, to the gleaming collection of civic buildings and spaces we enjoy today. Architect Jim Shields, FAIA traced the history of...
Oct 22, 2019
The U.N. and the Realities of Interdependence
Dr. Payam Akhavan joins us for our 15th annual U.N. Day Program. He teaches and researches on public international law, international dispute settlement, international criminal law, human rights and cultural pluralism at McGill University. In 2017, he delivered the CBC...
Oct 15, 2019
A Discussion about the Backline Accelerator Program
Rotarian Jamie Reeve interviewed Glenn Kleiman, Executive Director of 88Nine Radio Milwaukee, and Backline Artist, Klassik. Backline is 88Nine Radio Milwaukee’s program fostering and launching local musician’s careers. It is a 12-week accelerator for area...