We are excited to share Building Our Future's Impact Report for 2020. Throughout this report, we highlight accomplishments, changes in the way Kenosha County works, and bright spots that illuminate the continued success of this partnership. Building Our Future is so much more than a small team of staff members; it's a partnership with the idea that Kenosha County can create an even brighter future through its children and community. Read more about our work here.
Please join us in welcoming our newest team member: Kevin Meagher!
Kevin has joined our team as the new Data Manager. He will be responsible for accessing, analyzing and communicating data and utilizing evidence-based practices to drive systemic change toward success for every child in school and in life, cradle to career.
Kevin earned his MBA, and Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2018 and has more than ten years of experience in the non-profit sector. Kevin comes to us from Milwaukee Center for Independence (MCFI) where he worked as a Logistics and Transportation Manager and helped people with disabilities and their families in Southeast Wisconsin. His role involved developing budgets based on past expenses and projected business changes, pricing research, routing analysis, and much more.
Kevin has resided in Milwaukee for the past 13 years and is looking to relocate to Kenosha. He has love for sports and traveling.
We’re excited to see him apply his data analytics and non-profit experience to help support our overall mission and begin helping our partners get the most out their data!
Thanks to the Kenosha Coalition for Dismantling Racism for putting early childhood front and center.
“Systemic racism will not change overnight, but by staying conscious in the cause, focusing on the data, and dismantling and rebuilding our systems so they put our Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and families of color at the center, we could possibly maximize that 13% ROI [achieved from investing in early childhood]—and maybe even more?“
Read more here.