Northwest Side Community Development Corporation
Press Release

Northwest Side Community Development Corporation has named Sarah Bregant the organization’s new Community Development Specialist.

A native of Milwaukee, Sarah recently earned a Master of Urban Planning from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Sarah Bregant. Photo courtesy of the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation.

Sarah Bregant. Photo courtesy of the Northwest Side Community Development Corporation.

As NWSCDC’s Community Development Specialist, Sarah Bregant collaborates with local organizations and partners on projects in the 30th Street Corridor in order to enhance neighborhood stabilization and green infrastructure. Her work also supports NWSCDC’s mission to improve the business environment and spur job creation on the northwest side.

A native of Milwaukee, Sarah recently earned a Master of Urban Planning from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has previous experience with the City of Milwaukee and the Southeastern Wisconsin Watersheds Trust. Sarah served as a Jefferson County Supervisor from 2012-2014 and was a member of the Whitewater Common Council from 2013-2015 while she earned a Bachelor of Science in Public Policy & Administration from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

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