In this program we will have a weekly coffee talk about soft skills development in the workplace. Each conversation will feature a fabulous Panther alum, talking about their career and how they have used soft skills throughout their lives, both personally and professionally. Following are featured graduate alumni.
Empowerment in Leadership
Rae Anne Ho Fung (Educational Psychology: MS, 2013 [Community Counseling] and PhD, 2018 [Counseling Psychology])
Clinical Supervisor, Rogers Behavioral Health
Rae Anne Ho Fung is a licensed psychologist who specializes in evidence-based treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder, trauma, and co-morbid conditions at Rogers Behavioral Health’s Brown Deer and West Allis locations. In addition to her work with Rogers, Dr. Ho Fung is an instructor at the UWM School of Continuing Education, where she has co-developed trauma counseling courses.
Jen Keller (MPA, Public Administration, 2018)
Village Administrator, Village of Jackson
Prior to being named village administrator in Jackson earlier this year, Jen spent more than four years in the Village of Richfield, first as an administrative intern, then as administrative services coordinator. She earned a BA in politics and government from Ripon College in 2016.
Nicole Green Powley (MS, Management, 2016)
Program Manager, Lubar Entrepreneurship Center at UWM
Nicole Green Powley is a 2016 graduate of both the Lubar School of Business and the Peck School of the Arts. Nicole is the Program Manager at Lubar Entrepreneurship Center at UWM. At the LEC, Nicole offers her support to the UWM community by helping students with their startups, facilitating creative workshops, and hosting inclusive programming. When Nicole isn’t at UWM, you can find her roller blading or sailing around Milwaukee.