Subject: 06.23.2020 New North Newsletter

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Economic Development Feature 
Three prominent regional educators named to New North board of directors
New North Press Release 
Three prominent regional educators – Dr. Michael Alexander of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Dr. Paul Carlsen of Lakeshore Technical College and Dr. Christopher Matheny of Fox Valley Technical College – have been named to the board of directors of New North Inc., Vicki Updike, New North co-chair and chair of the board development committee, announced.

Economic Development Feature
#CloseTheDistance CEO Leadership Conversations on Tourism & Entertainment
Aurora WDC & RLC 
How should business leaders, entrepreneurs, innovators and strategists
direct their organizations to prepare for the future? How is the organization
you lead adapting and evolving to this “Next Normal” and guiding your
stakeholders into an uncertain future?

CEO guest include Mark Murphy of the Green Bay Packers and Greg Marcus of the Marcus Corporation. 

Attract Develop and Retain Diverse Talent
Appleton’s Spectrum location hiring 200 full-time employees
We Are Green Bay
The Spectrum Appleton location will be hiring 200 full-time Customer Service positions in its Technology Center on East Destination Drive.

Spectrum announced on Monday that it will be expanding its Customer Service Center that will include several benefits for hirees including,....

Expansion and Business Development in the New North
Downtown Neenah would get $12.7 million apartment complex in Middleton developer’s plan
Appleton Post-Crescent
A Middleton developer plans to build a $12.7 million housing complex on the west end of downtown Neenah, provided the city comes up with nearly $4 million in public assistance.

T. Wall Enterprises would construct the four-story, 71-unit apartment building at the northeast corner of Main Street and Millview Drive. The site overlooks Arrowhead Park, Little Lake Butte des Morts and the...


Economic Development Feature 
Sheboygan Common Council unanimously votes to approve council member Todd Wolf as new city administrator
Sheboygan Press
The Common Council voted unanimously at a special meeting Monday night to hire council member Todd Wolf as city administrator.

City Administrator Darrell Hofland is retiring after four years in the role. His last day is July 3.

Council members asked Wolf questions in a final open interview about a variety of challenges the city faces, from filling the new industrial park with businesses to....


Promote the Regional Brand
Green Bay #25 Best Small City in America

Resonance Consultancy
As leading advisors in tourism, real estate and economic development for more than a decade, our team has conducted extensive research on the rise of cities, the key trends propelling this growth and the factors that shape our perception of urban centers as desirable places to live, visit and invest.

"The Power of a Network", Tuesday, July 14th, 2020, 4:00pm - 5:00pm. A challenge so many women face today is garnering support from other women. My advice to women is to support and empower each other, starting with the power of your network. This will be an engaging conversation between Diane Roundy and Vicki Updike on building a network and the impact of networks.

Diane Roundy is a Manager at Baker Tilly Executive Search. Baker Tilly Executive Search is a national placement of C-level professionals, VP's and Directors across multiple business functions and industries. The Search & Staffing team also fills positions in accounting and finance at all levels.

Diane holds an MBA from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and an undergraduate degree in Business and Communication from UW-Stevens Point. She serves on the Board of Directors for the Green Bay Packers (Chairing Community Relations), Advisory Board at St. Norbert College Donald Schneider School of Business and the Bay Area Community Council Board of Directors. Diane is a co-founder of The Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay and past Chairman of the Board at Denmark State Bank. Ms. Roundy is a recipient of the UW Oshkosh Outstanding Alumni award, Wisconsin FBLA Business Person of the Year award, Who You Should Know award, and the Athena, Silver Medal and Chamber Ambassador Awards. Diane and her husband Rick reside in Greenleaf, WI and have three grown children.

COVID-19 Updates & Resources
As the COVID-19 begins to have an increased impact on our businesses and communities, we thank our local media for keeping us informed. Additional resources can be found on the COVID-19 Updates page on the New North website.

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