Connect with like-minded people
Each year there are two city tour events where we gather as a community to learn from each other. The event allows individuals from all over Wisconsin to have face-to-face conversations with others who are committed to ethical leadership and the belief that groups of people are most effective when everyone is fully engaged.
Our Next City Tour:
Tuesday, November 14, 2023
11:00 am – 1:30 pm
Theme: Coming Soon
Location: Alverno College
Matthew Powell is the Fourth Generation President of the Century Fence Company. As the leader of the over 100-year-old family business, Matthew is actively stewarding and transforming the business for its next 100 years. Prior to joining the family business, he was a Mergers & Acquisition Analyst at SunTrust Robinson Humphrey. Matthew lives in Wisconsin with his family.
Dr. Stephanie Maney-Hartlaub
Dr. Stephanie Maney-Hartlaub is an organization preparing students with the social, emotional and academic skills and mindsets to succeed in school and in life. From Milwaukee, she is a proud graduate of Milwaukee Public Schools’ Riverside University High School. Previous to her leadership role with City Year, Stephanie served as the Senior Director of Talent Strategy and Development for City Forward Collective, and prior to that she was a committed educator and leader for Milwaukee public schools serving in a number of roles from teacher to administrator, to Director of School Turnaround. Stephanie holds a PhD. in Leadership, Learning, Service, and Research from Cardinal Stritch University.
Spring 2023 Speaker Bios - Fall Info Coming Soon
Meg Brzyski Nelson
Meg Brzyski Nelson is President of Children’s Wisconsin Foundation and Senior Vice President for Children’s Wisconsin, the state’s only health system dedicated 100% to kids and teens. Through both broad-based and very individualized methods, Meg and the Foundation team work to build brand awareness for Children’s as a cause; deepen volunteerism and advocacy; increase philanthropic revenue; and, demonstrate gratitude to the community and grateful patient families.
City Tours: What to Expect
The event was packed with incredible content with the overarching theme of Building Community. We heard from three amazing servant leader practitioners, guided by Servant Leadership, all in different stages of their careers.
To give you an idea of what to expect at a city tour meeting, you can watch videos from the Spring 2022 City Tour (April 2022) here.
- Refining Leadership Through Personal and Educational Development
- Dr. Joshua Mitchell, Academic Assessment Researcher, CREATE Institute, MSOE
- The Unexpected Key to COVID Survival
- Beckie Kruse, Director of Residence Life at Concordia University Milwaukee
- The Effect of Just Listening
- Jim Hensley, Lieutenant of Support Services, Marquette University Police Department