Personnel File

Eve Hall

Dr. Eve Hall, President and CEO of the Milwaukee Urban League (as of 1/23/2017).

Prior to coming to the Milwaukee Urban League Hall was the President and CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin.

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U.S. Bank Celebrating Those Who Plant The Seeds of Possibility
Press Release

U.S. Bank Celebrating Those Who Plant The Seeds of Possibility

Dr. Eve M. Hall, Milwaukee Urban League

Regional Transit Leadership Council Names New Executive Director
Press Release

Regional Transit Leadership Council Names New Executive Director

Dave Steele named new executive director to move region’s connectivity and economy forward

Op Ed: New Vision For a Greater Downtown
Op Ed

New Vision For a Greater Downtown

MKE United Greater Downtown Action Agenda is soliciting input, creating a plan.

VISIT Milwaukee Names 2018-2019 Officers and Board of Directors
Press Release

VISIT Milwaukee Names 2018-2019 Officers and Board of Directors

Board Directors volunteer their time to assist in providing overall strategic direction to VISIT Milwaukee and by advocating its mission to the community.

Two New Financial Counseling Centers Open

Two New Financial Counseling Centers Open

Run by non-profits, offering financial and career counseling for lower income people.

Campaign Cash: Regents Gave 100 Times More to GOP
Campaign Cash

Regents Gave 100 Times More to GOP

UW Regents and spouses gave $214,000 to Republican politicians, $2,050 to Democrats.

Toy Guns Risky for Black Families?

Toy Guns Risky for Black Families?

Annual walk spotlights danger of kids with toy guns encountering police.

Milwaukee Urban League Selects Dr. Eve Hall to Succeed Ralph E. Hollmon as President & CEO
Press Release

Milwaukee Urban League Selects Dr. Eve Hall to Succeed Ralph E. Hollmon as President & CEO

Commits to continued strong collaboration with African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin through transition and beyond

Plenty of Horne: City Accepts $14 Million Federal Streetcar Grant

Contribution to Russell W. Stamper, II of $50

Plenty of Horne: City Accepts $14 Million Federal Streetcar Grant

Contribution to Ashanti Hamilton of $50

Plenty of Horne: City Accepts $14 Million Federal Streetcar Grant
Plenty of Horne

City Accepts $14 Million Federal Streetcar Grant

City wins TIGER grant after "a brutal competition" where demand for transit dollars greatly exceeded the sums appropriated.

Black City Residents Not Sold on NBA Arena

Black City Residents Not Sold on NBA Arena

African American leaders who support it face skepticism from constituents.

New Loan Fund Will Support Black Entrepreneurs

New Loan Fund Will Support Black Entrepreneurs

$200,000 fund overseen by WEDC and African American Chamber of Commerce offers loans of $5,000 to $25,000.

Pushing for New Black Businesses

Pushing for New Black Businesses

African American Chamber of Commerce has new leaders and a less “in your face” style.