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Door County showing signs of more inclusivity

With the Toward One Wisconsin Inclusivity Conference coming up in Milwaukee in April, one Sturgeon Bay city council member believes progress has been done but much more can be accomplished.  Laurel Hauser, District 7 alderperson, says Door County has many organizations that are visionary when it comes to diversity.  

 


Hauser adds that the new ad hoc committee she chairs has benefited from inclusivity.  

 


The Toward One Wisconsin Inclusivity Conference will bring citizens and organizations from multiple sectors from around the state together to address the barriers to inclusion for communities and the workforce.  You can find more information on the conference below.

 


For more information visit wipps.org or contact Eric Giordano, Director, Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service
At (715) 573-5434 or eric.giordano@uwc.edu

 

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