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It is an honor to work with a great organization that has such a meaningful purpose. As a nonprofit working to economically transform the city of La Crosse, Wisconsin, and improve the quality of life through a commitment to strong education, our work touches upon several different areas.
Some consider La Crosse Promise to be a private nonprofit that provides educational scholarships. Some look at us as a neighborhood revitalization program. Others measure our impact through economic development. And of course, many people talk about how many high school students we serve through our Future Centers by offering personalized college and career readiness services. The exciting news is that we do all of this!
We believe education programs make our community collectively stronger and promote greater equality. An education-minded community is more likely to experience decreased crime, improved health, greater social and civic engagement, and greater financial success. We promote education and career success by investing in the most important parts of a city: its people.
Future Center Advisor
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Millard grew up in West Salem, but has lived in La Crosse since graduating from UW-La Crosse with a degree in Mass Communications. She worked in radio and television for many years, before transitioning to the world of marketing and public relations. Most recently she helped people with varying abilities reach their employment dreams and goals.
Millard is a proud Rotarian, having been a member of Rotary East for more than 18 years and currently serves as the Club Administrator. She has been a past President, Rotarian of the Year-twice, and a Paul Harris Fellow. She has been chair of the Interact Steering Committee for several years, overseeing the seven area high school Interact clubs. She has served on the board of directors for the La Crosse Curling Club and is a Certified Curling Instructor. Music is also a passion, as she plays the French Horn in the Bluffs Horn Club.
You’ll often find her walking or hiking in the La Crosse, or reading a good book. She never misses watching a Packer game and loves marshmallow peeps.
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Chloe Hart is a recent graduate of UW- La Crosse with a degree in Organizational and Professional Communication and Arts Administration. In college, Chloe discovered her passion for community service and involvement. She was the Program Coordinator for the UWL Campus Food Pantry, serving over 1,500 students, faculty, and staff. In this role, she also planned monthly events and created relationships with outside organizations such as the Hunger Task Force.
Chloe developed her skills as a leader by being involved as a campus tour guide (Vanguard), the founding Chapter President of the National Society of Leadership and Success, planning campus-wide events such as food drives and blood drives, in addition to others. During her final semester of college, she was an intern for the Pump House Regional Arts Center nonprofit, which helped her realize her goal of working long-term in the nonprofit world. Chloe is excited to have the opportunity to work for La Crosse Promise and hopes to use her skills to maintain and develop La Crosse Promise programming!
La Crosse Promise
Board of Directors
Adam Hatfield, Board President, Marketing and Communications Director, Gundersen Health System
Brian Koopman, Secretary, Chief Operating Officer, Trust Point
Dr. Aaron Engel, Superintendent of Schools, School District of La Crosse
Bill Johnson, Retired Trane Executive
Monica Kruse, Chair of La Crosse County Board of Supervisors
Mac Kiel, College Connections and Experience Manager, Western Technical College
Troy Richter, Director of Parking Services, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
Amanda Jackson, City Attorney, City of Onalaska
Brian Fukuda, Senior Consultant, Community Relations, Gundersen Health System
Karl Green, Community Resource Development, La Crosse County UW Extension