Osher suspends In-person programming indefinitely. Fall 2020 registration will open on August 11.


Fall Potpourri lV

Nov 23 – Mavericks of Manufacturing
Take a look at how manufacturing, an undervalued industry, benefits the overall economy and our communities in Wisconsin. Explore how manufacturing has evolved to what it is today, why reading product labels is important and what value it serves. We will hear from retirees who work as tireless manufacturing mavericks to support and advance domestic manufacturing. Together, we will celebrate the makers and manufacturers of Wisconsin!

Nov 30 – My Next Chapter: Making Movies
In 1971 Joanne Williams found her career: television news. In 2016 she found her passion: making documentary films. How, when, with whom and why is she doing it? She will explain in a discussion and screening of part of her film “Kaukauna & King: 50 Years Later” She will also tell you how you can find this kind of story, too.


Meghan Hasse

Meghan Hasse is a field coordinator with the Alliance for American Manufacturing where she is known for joining forces with community groups, students, manufacturers and workers to support U.S. manufacturing. On a mission to revitalize manufacturing, she is focused on ... read more

Joanne Williams

Joanne Williams is the host and segment producer for Milwaukee Public Television’s “Black Nouveau” which won an Emmy for the special “Crossing the Bridge” in 2018, awards from the National Association of Black Journalists in 2012 and won the Bronze award from the Milwaukee ... read more

Date: 2 Mon, Nov 23-30

Delivery Method: Live Online

Time: 10-11:15am CT

Platform: Zoom

Meghan Hasse
Joanne Williams

Fee: $15

Enrollment Limit: 300

Program Number: FALL:174

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