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Leadership Wisconsin Group XVII Fellow Feature My name is Harry Hertel, and I am an attorney with Hertel Law, S.C. in Eau Claire. Originally from West Allis, I graduated from Carroll College with a degree in International Relations. My interest in that field resulted from time spent in Germany as an AFS student in high […]
Photos from UW Colleges / UW-Extension Leadership Wisconsin is pleased to congratulate Jon Hochkammer and Ryan Schone on their recent awards. UW Colleges and UW-Extension Chancellor Cathy Sandeen presented the awards on September 21 in Madison, Wisconsin. The annual Chancellor’s Awards recognize UW Colleges and UW-Extension partners, supporters and employees for their outstanding contributions. Jon […]
The 2017 U.S. Travel Seminar brought Leadership Wisconsin Signature Program Fellows and Seminar Scholars to the Bay Area and Central Valley of California where they studied food systems and their relationship to community and economic development. This group visited small farms, learned about public policy, and toured entrepreneurial ventures. Through their travels and studies, they […]