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Laneice McGee

Laneice McGee from Milwaukee, WI, has over 20 years of experience working in customer service. Currently she serves as the district director for the Department of Workforce Development in the Bureau of Job Service. She is the founder of Future Entrepreneurs Moving Ahead, an establishment that looks to motivate and spur youths to be strong, resource-driven and goal-oriented entrepreneurs by providing mentorship programs. She is also the co-founder of the establishment “Big, Beautiful and Blessed,” an organization that looks to promote positive self-image in young women through modeling, youth workshops and seminars, get fit events and much more. She graduated from Fisk University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology and a master’s degree in human services from Springfield College.

Laneice is on the decision-makers board of the Workforce Development Board, New Hope Family & Youth Services Generosity Project and NAMI, Waukesha.  She serves on the advisory committee for Project Restoration, and with her true heart to giving back, she was elated to be a member of the Giving Circle (the working committee of the Generosity Project) which helps organizations and people overcome challenges and capitalize on opportunities by giving small grants. The strength of this group is that they impact lives directly and expeditiously.

Laneice feels that it is not just about creating a name but creating an impact.  Living life to reach others.

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