Safe & Sound
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Safe & Sound’s Bridget Robinson Promoted to Senior Director of Operations and Administration


By - Jun 15th, 2020 07:34 am
Bridget Robinson. Photo courtesy of Safe & Sound.

Bridget Robinson. Photo courtesy of Safe & Sound.

Milwaukee, WI – Safe & Sound announces that Program Director Bridget Robinson will be promoted to Senior Director of Operations and Administration. This crucial new position for the organization will oversee and implement all internal operations. Robinson will serve as the number two at the organization, coordinating overall strategy around internal structure, culture and function including human resources, strategic planning, facilities management and efficient business practices.

The decision to create this necessary position came from newly appointed Executive Director Joe’Mar Hooper, the organization’s leadership team and Board of Directors. Hooper says, “Bridget has been such an asset to the organization throughout the last year and has kept our programs thriving throughout the pandemic as well. Her mix of education and experience will significantly contribute to Safe & Sound being able to deliver our mission as efficiently and equitably as possible.”

Before joining Safe & Sound in 2019 as the Program Director, Robinson served as the Director of Human Resources for St. Charles Youth and Family Services in Milwaukee and as the CEO & Founder of QB Solutions. Robinson is also the Executive Director of BlankSpace MKE, a Co-Founder of Milwaukee Black Restaurant Week, and a member of Milwaukee Urban League of Young Professionals and Milwaukee’ Women’s Coalition. Robinson earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Resource Management from Marquette University, a Master of Business Administration degree from University of Phoenix and a Juris Doctorate from Concord Law School.

With this news, Safe & Sound is looking for a new Program Director to join their team. The Milwaukee nonprofit is looking for someone to coordinate and supervise all of Safe & Sound’s programs including community organizing, youth organizing, neighborhood safety coordination and the 27th Street West Drug Free Coalition. The ideal candidate should have experience developing and strengthening complex partnerships and working with elected officials, law enforcement, neighborhood organizations, residents, churches and/or other community stakeholders. If interested, please send your resume, cover letter, salary requirements and three professional references to by Sunday, June 21st by 11:59 PM for consideration. For a full position description, please visit

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