MMAC welcomes intern for the summer
Clare McGinnis will provide help with organization’s communications
MMAC is proud to welcome Clare McGinnis to its team this summer as its communications intern.
Clare will be a senior at Marquette University in the fall. Her areas of study are writing-intensive English, business administration and gender & sexualities studies.
During the school year, she works as the communications assistant for Resident Life, helping to promote on-campus events and writing weekly newsletters for the Residence Life Leadership Board. She has lived in the Milwaukee area for seven years and loves the community.
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MILWAUKEE -- The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) released the following statement from Andrew Davis, Vice President of Government Affairs for MMAC regarding Gov. Evers plan to keep the MLB in Milwaukee:
“MMAC helped lead the effort to pass legislation and secure the follow-on funding to build (then) Miller Park. Our goal was to sustain the asset of Major League Baseball for greater Milwaukee and Wisconsin. That success has led to twenty plus years of marquee publicity, fan enjoyment, and economic impact. We appreciate the Governor’s leadership to find a path forward to extend the current lease until 2043. We look forward to working with the Legislature and Governor as this proposal takes shape.”
Andrew Davis - VP, Government Affairs for MMAC
View the Governor's press release: Gov. Evers Announces Plan to Keep Major League Baseball, Brewers in Milwaukee for 20 More Years >
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MILWAUKEE -- The Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce (MMAC) released the following statement from President Tim Sheehy upon the retirement of state Senator Alberta Darling (R – River Hills):
“I want to congratulate Senator Darling on such an impactful 32 years of public service for the people of Wisconsin and especially Milwaukee. The Wisconsin state legislature is losing a true leader and the community is losing one of its strongest pro-Milwaukee advocates. As one of the original authors of the nation’s first school choice program, her legacy will carry on and her impact will be felt for many more decades to come. She always fought for children and empowered parents. She consistently advocated for her constituents and led on so many issues that bettered the lives of so many. Alberta will be greatly missed and we congratulate her on a well-earned retirement.”