Roang is new co-chair of Next Generation UPAF

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:35 am

The United Performing Arts Fund in Milwaukee, the largest united fund in the country for the performing arts, has named Isaac Roang, of Quarles & Brady as the new co-chair for Next Generation UPAF.

Next Generation UPAF is an affinity program for UPAF donors age 45 and under.
Roang is a senior associate attorney at Quarles & Brady where he practices in the area of commercial real estate.

“I am passionate about UPAF’s mission because it supports the vitality of the broader arts community, making sure that children growing up in Southeastern Wisconsin have an opportunity to be wowed by world-class performers and be inspired to make art of their own,” Roang said. “Next Generation UPAF plays a key role in this mission, not only by promoting philanthropy in the arts, but also by helping facilitate engagement.”

As Next Gen co-chair, Roang will serve alongside Renee Johnson of We Energies and Annmarie Molina of Northwestern Mutual.

Membership is open to donors age 45 and under who contribute $500 or more each year.

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