McKenna named executive director of Wauwatosa Commerce Group

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 10:00 am

Meg McKenna is the new executive director of the Wauwatosa West Suburban Association of Commerce (WWSAC).
“We are very excited to have an individual with Meg’s background and talents join the association,” said Tim Casey, principal of Equity Commercial Real Estate, and president of the WWSAC board of directors. “Meg knows what it takes to start and operate a business, and she is active in the Wauwatosa community. She is the right person to work with the board in moving our association forward in 2010 and beyond.”
McKenna was the co-founder and online editor of prior to selling that entity to Journal Communications in 2006. She stayed on for two years as manager of Community Relations for MilwaukeeMoms at Journal Communications. She has been a member of the Wauwatosa Public School District Marketing Advisory Committee since 2006, and was a co-founder of Friends of Hoyt Park & Pool in 2005. McKenna earned her bachelor’s and juris doctor degrees from Marquette University, and served in private law practice for seven years prior to starting
“This association has a long and proud history in the community, and I look forward to building on that base,” McKenna said. “We intend to offer fresh, dynamic networking opportunities, business development programs and issues forums to augment the many successful programs of the association,” she said.
McKenna said she looks forward to helping expand the chamber’s presence and its role in business growth. Members of the association and others in the Wauwatosa business community also can expect to see enhanced use of social media tools by the WWSAC, “We can offer an incredible combination of personal networking and business programs along with online opportunities for communications and awareness,” she said.
The WWSAC recently moved its offices to the Technology Innovation Center at the Milwaukee County Research Park to better coordinate its activities with other business related entities at the Research Park, and to better serve its members.

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