When Milwaukee Magazine announced its first-ever Unity Awards in February, a current employee and two UWM alumni were among the six people honored for helping build a better Milwaukee by encouraging diversity and inclusion. They are:
- alida cardós whaley, academic programs coordinator and advisor for the Latin American, Caribbean and U.S. Latinx Studies major and Latin American and Caribbean Studies certificate
- Tenia Fisher, communications alumna and leader of F.E.A.R (Forget Everything and Run)
- Jose Trejo, education alumnus and principal of South Division High School
All three will be among those honored by the magazine at a virtual celebration February 25 starting 7:30 am. Quad is the presenting sponsor. Tickets to the event are $10.
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