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2199 POSTS 0 COMMENTSLauren Anderson covers health care, nonprofits and education for BizTimes. Lauren previously reported on education for the Waukesha Freeman. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied journalism. In her free time, Lauren enjoys hiking, kayaking, and seeing live music.
For years, FIRST Robotics programming has been the spark igniting Wisconsin students’ interest in STEM. Jeff Fenstermaker, a senior architect with GE Healthcare in Waukesha,...
An affiliate of St. Paul, Minnesota-based Presbyterian Homes & Services has closed on $38.7 million in financing for its planned 120-unit senior living community in Muskego.
The PNC Foundation has pledged $600,000 to launch a new fund in support of Black entrepreneurs and business owners in the city of Milwaukee. The...
Bader Philanthropies, Inc. leaders and supporters gathered Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of its new Harambee neighborhood building at 3338 N. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive.
The percentage of women on Wisconsin corporate boards continues to increase, according to new research from Milwaukee Women inc.
Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce plans to bring an entrepreneurship mentoring program developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to the Milwaukee area.
Kevin Kluesner has been selected to lead the new Mental Health Emergency Center being built on Milwaukee's near north side.
Former Hal Leonard Corp. executives Keith Mardak and Mary Vandenberg, who have supported many nonprofit and educational initiatives in the Milwaukee area, will be honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 8th annual BizTimes Media Nonprofit Excellence Awards program.
Port Washington-based insurance agency and risk management firm Ansay & Associates has acquired the Buxton O’Neill Insurance Agency in Appleton.
Menomonee Falls-based Kohl’s is donating $2 million to the National Alliance of Mental Illness to expand the organization’s support group model.
Ascension Wisconsin will begin accepting patients at its new 33,000-square-foot Waukesha neighborhood hospital next week.
Wauwatosa-based Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin announced it has added 14 primary care providers from the Sheboygan area to its health network as it continues to expand its reach to the northeast.