Local Initiatives Support Corporation Milwaukee
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Local Initiatives Support Corporation Milwaukee Announces Beth Haskovec to Lead Commercial Revitalization Efforts

Haskovec will begin her new position on February 1st.

Beth Haskovec. Photo courtesy of LISC.

Beth Haskovec. Photo courtesy of LISC.

Beth Haskovec joins LISC with over 15 years of community and economic development and nonprofit management experience. Beth is committed to public service and community development initiatives with special expertise in utilizing the arts for revitalization. Her most recent role was as Executive Director of Artists Working in Education, where she strategically grew programs and organizational impact through aligning arts and culture with neighborhood development goals.

Previously, Beth focused on Economic Development on Milwaukee’s south side. Her work included commercial corridor branding, small business technical assistance, and recruiting new business for the Silver City District. Beth received her undergraduate degree from the University of Northern Iowa with a focus on nonprofit management. She currently serves on the US Board for Womankind Worldwide, and the Milwaukee County Cultural Artistic & Musical Programming Advisory Committee (CAMPAC). She is an alumna of the Peace Corps, Americorps, and the Milwaukee Forum.

“I’m extremely excited to be joining the LISC team. The position provides me the opportunity to positively effect change in Milwaukee, while growing alongside a team of smart, passionate community development professionals, said Haskovec.

Haskovec will begin her new position on February 1st.

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