We heard you. Following a series of listening sessions, we at the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association have developed a strategic plan to build an inclusive, intentional, and sustainable engagement experience for alumni of color. As part of this plan — and to better feature the voices of our alumni of color — we’ve created Badger Vibes, a monthly e-newsletter. We invite you to explore our content below.
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During the refugee crisis in Greece, Amed Khan ’91 found a way to bring humanity to an inhumane situationVia On Wisconsin Magazine
Justin Cruz has spent nearly 20 years working his way up at American Family InsuranceRead More >
Keisha Lindsay looks at the world through the lens of intersectionality.Read More >
A new marker on Bascom Hill acknowledges the Ho-Chunk heritage on the land where the UW now stands.Read More >
Flo Mcilwaine is building a community of self-love for all women with Hidden Intimates.Read More >
In memory of his father, Lou Holland Jr. works with the UW to advance research into Alzheimer’s disease.Read More >
Founded by a UW–Madison professor emeritus, Combat Blindness International is literally spreading sight across the world.Read More >
For Uchenna Jones ’02, ’09, it’s all about family. As a labor and delivery nurse at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison, she helps start new families. And as the organizer of both the Madison Gospel 5K and the W1N Crew walking group and the cofounder of the Sole Sistas Run Madtown running group, she helps […]Read More >
The Alliance for the American Dream has an audacious goal: increase the net income of 10,000 families by 10 percent within the next year. And UW–Madison’s Institute for Research on Poverty is in on making it happen.Read More >
Every year, hundreds of students of color benefit from programs through the Division of Diversity, Equity & Educational Achievement. Tashiana Lipscomb is just one shining example.Read More >