MMAC is committed to work with its members to help close racial disparities and move Metro Milwaukee forward as a region of choice for all.
Listed below are programs created by MMAC and its partners to strengthen your businesses' diversity, inclusion and equity.
Through the Region of Choice initiative, MMAC members are collaborating to address racial disparities to improve prosperity for all. We are focused on expanding opportunities and creating equity for Black and brown talent, students and businesses.
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RACE BRIDGE: Live discussions for racial equity
Supporting practices and systems that will close prosperity and achievement gaps for all Milwaukeeans. These 60-minute online conversations are intended to help Milwaukeeans better understand the nuances of and speak openly about racism.
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Milwaukee ranks 39th out of 50 for Hispanic Well Being. The Hispanic Collaborative initiative is focused on improving outcomes for our community and moving Milwaukee into the top 10. With a data driven approach, key areas for improvement have broad-based Community Working Groups focused on developing strategies and aligning resources to improve outcomes for Hispanics in our region. LEARN MORE >>
Developed to cultivate relationships and business opportunities among ethically-diverse businesses, The Business Council works with ethnically-diverse businesses, as well as public and private sector business entities throughout Wisconsin. LEARN MORE >>
The African American Leadership Alliance Milwaukee (AALAM) is a cross-sector network of more than 400 African American leaders and allies dedicated to developing, supporting, and positioning Milwaukee's pool of African American talent. The organization’s goal is to transform Milwaukee into a more inclusive, opportunity-rich city where everyone can thrive. LEARN MORE >>
"We will never reach our full potential unless Milwaukee can become a Region of Choice for all – a place where anyone from any background would want to live and work. When Milwaukee’s companies and community make an intentional effort to ensure that their doors are open to everyone, we will see more of our young people want to build a career here and more talented employees who want to move here.”
- MMAC Chair Jonas Prising
Jan 12, 2020 - Wauwatosa pledges to increase diverse employment by 15% by 2025. Here's how the city plans to do it.