Neighborhood House of Milwaukee names new Development Director
brings more than 30 years of fundraising, marketing and communication experience to the organization.
Liccione is responsible for strengthening Neighborhood House’s programs through its development and communications efforts. She brings more than 30 years of fundraising, marketing and communication experience to the organization. After extended nonprofit development work in Chicago, the long-time Milwaukee resident returned home in 2016 as Development Director for Interfaith Older Adult Programs. She then joined Neighborhood House in January 2019. The nonprofits she has served cover a wide range services that help children, young families, college students and older adults.
Her past work in Milwaukee as the Executive Director of an organization supporting domestic violence survivors garnered her an award from the Milwaukee Woman’s Fund. Ms. Liccione was named one of the “Top 100 Women Making a Difference” by Today’s Chicago Woman magazine when she served Meals on Wheels in Chicago.
Widge completed her coursework at UW-Milwaukee’s Cultural Foundation of Education Masters’ program and earned a B.A. (Psychology) from John Carroll University near Cleveland, Ohio. She has served on many nonprofit boards and committees in both Milwaukee and Chicago and is a longtime member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.
ABOUT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE: Neighborhood House of Milwaukee was founded in 1945 to help strengthen children and families in some of the city’s most under-served neighborhoods. The agency has touched the lives of nearly a million children and adults for over 70 years. Its highly regarded, award-winning programs serve infants & toddlers, school-age and teen youth, adults and families, refugees and immigrants. More at www.nh-milw.org.
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