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For decades, Hunzinger Construction Co. has demonstrated the true value that can be found in helping build up disadvantaged businesses.
The saying, “If you want to get something done, give it to a busy person” definitely holds true for the leaders of the Wisconsin Association of African American Lawyers.
The Daily Reporter and Wisconsin Law Journal celebrated companies and individuals who are committed to diversity and inclusion within their careers Wednesday night at the Intercontinental Hotel in Milwaukee.
Herb Miller’s commitment to supplier diversity has found success in part because of his belief that these partnerships are founded on trusting relationships, rather than informal contacts.
At Quarles & Brady, diversity is a no-brainer.
Milwaukee-based Hupy and Abraham’s commitment to diversity is firmly rooted in its history. One of the firm’s founders, the attorney Lloyd Barbee, filed the first school-integration lawsuit to move forward in Milwaukee in the 1960s.
From its office in Milwaukee to its offices in Salt Lake City, Utah, Michael Best & Friedrich is making strides in fostering diversity and inclusion both internally and around the communities the firm serves.
In helping the construction industry effectively invest in the next generation of skilled workers, officials with Employ Milwaukee have been busy building a strong workforce development system by planning, coordinating, collaborating and monitoring various initiatives with businesses and stakeholders at the local, regional and state level.
As Milwaukee-based JCP Construction has expanded, so have the opportunities it offers to other firms and residents.
Working in an industry where there is a perpetual shortage of skilled workers, Stevens Construction understands the importance of a diverse workforce.
At Froedtert Health, diversity is not just a word tucked into a mission statement or included on a list of company values. It is ingrained into what the healthcare organization’s employers do every day.
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