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Cory Nettles

Cory Nettles, Founder and Managing Director of Generation Growth Capital, Inc.

Cory is married to Michelle S. Nettles.

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Plats and Parcels: Construction Starts on Bronzeville High School
Plats and Parcels

Construction Starts on Bronzeville High School

Plus: Will eastside school get redeveloped? And a recap of week's real estate news.

Eyes on Milwaukee: Charter School Reveals New $20 Million High School
Eyes on Milwaukee

Charter School Reveals New $20 Million High School

Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy seeking to raise $25 million for new building and adding middle school.

Black Arts MKE Receives Theatre Communications Group Thrive! Award
Press Release

Black Arts MKE Receives Theatre Communications Group Thrive! Award

Publisher of American Theatre awards 20 recipients with RESPOND grants in support of Theatres of Color

$25 million capital campaign a “beacon” for educating Milwaukee children
Press Release

$25 million capital campaign a “beacon” for educating Milwaukee children

Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy seeks to expand enrollment to 500 students with new high school facility

The Milwaukee Black Theater Festival Returns Bigger Than Ever with Events Across the City
Press Release

The Milwaukee Black Theater Festival Returns Bigger Than Ever with Events Across the City

Black Arts MKE presents week-long celebration showcasing our city’s strong and growing Black performing arts and culture scene

Plats and Parcels: Old National Finds Downtown Home
Plats and Parcels

Old National Finds Downtown Home

Plus: a busy week of downtown leasing news and recapping all the week's real estate stories.

Black Arts MKE to Receive $100K Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts as Part of the American Rescue Plan
New Voices Join Voting Rights Battle

New Voices Join Voting Rights Battle

Business leaders, faith groups and the disabled oppose bills creating barriers to voting.

MTEA invites Aisha Carr to clarify her past support for the MPS Takeover, associations with private charter/voucher officials
Black Arts MKE Selected for the Black Seed National Strategic Initiative to Support Equity for Black Theater Institutions
Eyes on Milwaukee: Former Gimbels Will Be “ThriveOn King”
Eyes on Milwaukee

Former Gimbels Will Be “ThriveOn King”

$84.5 million MLK Drive project to have 77 apartments and offices for medical college and Greater Milwaukee Foundation.

City Hall: Fire & Police Commission Ties On Next Police Chief
City Hall

Fire & Police Commission Ties On Next Police Chief

Will meet again on December 10th.

Badger Fund of Funds Restructures Fund
Press Release

Badger Fund of Funds Restructures Fund

Gateway Capital Fund will shift focus to investment in pre-revenue Milwaukee startups

UPAF Welcomes Black Arts MKE as Newest Member Group

Contribution to Cavalier Johnson of $834

UPAF Welcomes Black Arts MKE as Newest Member Group
Press Release

UPAF Welcomes Black Arts MKE as Newest Member Group

Black Arts MKE has been a UPAF Affiliate Member since 2014

Black Arts MKE Receives National Endowment for the Arts Grant for New Musical Featuring Tony Award Nominee Felicia P. Fields
PAVE and Schools That Can Milwaukee announce merger

Contribution to Jason Fields of $1,000

PAVE and Schools That Can Milwaukee announce merger
Press Release

PAVE and Schools That Can Milwaukee announce merger

School support organizations combine to serve more than 80 schools

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County Names Amy Lindner New President
Press Release

United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County Names Amy Lindner New President

Mary Lou Young agrees to continue to serve as United Way CEO through January 2019

Bader Philanthropies hires general contractor for global headquarters
Press Release

Bader Philanthropies hires general contractor for global headquarters

Bader Philanthropies hires one of Milwaukee fastest-growing, minority-owned companies as general contractor for global headquarters.

Colón appointment completes Greater Milwaukee Foundation Board expansion
Press Release

Colón appointment completes Greater Milwaukee Foundation Board expansion

The growth in board leadership was implemented to expand its governance capacity.

Murphy’s Law: The Hypocrisy of the WMC
Murphy’s Law

The Hypocrisy of the WMC

Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce wants no judge recusals -- except when it benefits them.

Murphy’s Law: Did Bucks Investors Pay Off Walker?

Contribution to Khalif Rainey of $800

Murphy’s Law: Did Bucks Investors Pay Off Walker?

Contribution to Willie Wade of $413

Murphy’s Law: Did Bucks Investors Pay Off Walker?
Murphy’s Law

Did Bucks Investors Pay Off Walker?

One publication says yes. But most donors to his presidential campaign are secret.

Plenty of Horne: We Want a New Arena!
Plenty of Horne

We Want a New Arena!

Bradley Center rally organized by MMAC featured five speakers touting the benefits of building a taxpayer-subsidized NBA arena.

Plenty of Horne: BMO Bank Chief Hails City’s Revival
Plenty of Horne

BMO Bank Chief Hails City’s Revival

The city's infrastructure has been transformed, and the regional economy is strong, he tells a meeting of business leaders.

Murphy’s Law: Dispute Over Bucks Arena Goes National
Murphy’s Law

Dispute Over Bucks Arena Goes National

New York Times dumps on Milwaukee business leaders, and city becoming divided on issue.

Murphy’s Law: Stealth Investors Target City’s Foreclosed Homes
Murphy’s Law

Stealth Investors Target City’s Foreclosed Homes

Somebody wants to buy all of Milwaukee’s foreclosed homes. Should we be glad -- or worried?

NAACP Opposes Board Removal of Corporation Counsel
Press Release

NAACP Opposes Board Removal of Corporation Counsel

The Milwaukee Branch of the NAACP is adding their voice to County Executive Chris Abele’s and the many others who are urging the Milwaukee County Board not to fire the County’s top attorney.

The Roundup: Selig Take A Hit
The Roundup

Selig Take A Hit

Washington Post Trashes Commissioner and Journal Communications. Plus: The Mea Culpa of Charles J. Sykes and Thompson’s Boycott of Miller Park.