Nicole Brookshire, director of the Milwaukee County Office on African American Affairs.
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"Expungement allows people who have completed their sentences to be given a real chance to pursue economic security for themselves and their families."Oct 19th, 2018 by Sup. Sequanna Taylor
All full-time County employees, starting with leadership, will take part in training to advance racial equity throughout operations and community engagementOct 16th, 2018 by County Executive Chris Abele
"I am incredibly proud of the team I get to work with here at Milwaukee County."Feb 22nd, 2018 by County Executive Chris Abele
The Parks Recreation Section is suggesting a variety of low-cost indoor and outdoor activities.Jan 12th, 2018 by Milwaukee County Parks
To honor King, the program will include music, dance, and spoken word, and will feature guest speaker Nicole Brookshire.Jan 8th, 2018 by Milwaukee County Parks
Milwaukee County Office on African American Affairs Announces Confirmation of Nicole Brookshire as Director of the Office on African American Affairs
Mrs. Brookshire’s confirmation comes following a comprehensive national search, a series of public listening sessions and meetings with key social justice stakeholders.Sep 29th, 2017 by Milwaukee County Office on African American Affairs
"I look forward to the office's recommendations for changes in County programs and laws that disparately impact African Americans."Sep 28th, 2017 by County Board Chairman Theodore Lipscomb, Sr.
Abele Appointee to County Office on African American Affairs Wins Unanimous Support from County Board’s Economic Development Committee
OAAA Poised to Continue Important Workforce Development Work Under Director Nicole BrookshireSep 18th, 2017 by County Executive Chris Abele
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele Announces Appointment of Nicole Brookshire as Director of the Office on African American Affairs
Brookshire was selected as the top candidate from a group of 250 by the OAAA Transition Committee.Jun 13th, 2017 by County Executive Chris Abele