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Lauren Anderson covers health care, nonprofits, education and insurance for BizTimes. Lauren previously reported on education for the Waukesha Freeman. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she studied journalism, history and African studies. In her free time, Lauren enjoys spending time with family and friends and seeing live music wherever she can.
UMOS’ headquarters at 2701 S. Chase Ave. in Milwaukee.

🔒 Charting UMOS, Inc.’s evolution, from migrant advocacy group to $62...

The first watershed moment in UMOS, Inc.’s 56-year progression from a local migrant farmworker advocacy group to a multi-state social services and workforce development...
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United Way of Racine County receives $5 million donation from MacKenzie...

United Way of Racine County has received a $5 million gift from philanthropist MacKenzie Scott as part of her multi-billion-dollar donation to charities late last year.

Johnson Controls commits $2 million to National Urban League and its...

Johnson Controls has committed $2 million over three years to the National Urban League and Milwaukee Urban League, the organizations announced Thursday.

Briggs & Stratton extends Summerfest sponsorship

The new ownership of Wauwatosa-based Briggs & Stratton has extended the Wauwatosa-based company’s sponsorship of a Summerfest stage.

Milwaukee museums announce March reopening plans

Discovery World, the Harley Davidson Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum and Milwaukee Public Museum announced jointly each of their phased reopening plans.

🔒 Easterseals Southeast Wisconsin names new president

Easterseals Southeast Wisconsin has named Jenna Wampole as its next president.

UW Credit Union partners with United Way on $1.5 million racial...

UW Credit Union is launching a $1.5 million fund through the United Way of Dane County and United Way of Greater Milwaukee & Waukesha County to address racial inequities in the greater Milwaukee and Madison areas.

Advocate Aurora opens new health center in Racine

Advocate Aurora Health on Monday opened a health center at the site of a former Pier 1 Imports store near Regency Mall in Racine.

Wisconsin Community Services buys Employ Milwaukee’s headquarters

Milwaukee-based Wisconsin Community Services recently purchased Employ Milwaukee’s headquarters, where it is a tenant, for just under $3.2 million.

Alverno College plans second location, in Arizona, for nursing program

Alverno College will expand its nursing program to Arizona with plans to open a location in a suburb of Phoenix next year.

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