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Mr. Marcus White

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Director

Phone: (414) ***-****  
Local Address:  Milwaukee , Wisconsin , United States
Interfaith Conference
EFSHCD, 100 Allison St., NW
Washington Dc , District of Columbia 20011
United States

Company Description: The Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee is a non-profit interfaith agency through which thirteen judicatories collaborate to address the social issues...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Wabash College
  • master's degree , urban studies
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Marcus White
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Marcus White Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Marcus White Greater Milwaukee Foundation
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As vice president of Civic Engagement, Marcus guides the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's community engagement efforts and helps the Foundation bring people together who don't often see eye to eye to find common ground and achieve consensus on some of the most urgent community issues. White joined the Foundation in 2008. He previously spent seven years as executive director of the Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, a nonprofit composed of 13 different religious denominations that addresses various social issues affecting the greater Milwaukee area. Under his leadership, Interfaith helped lead efforts addressing affordable housing, poverty, hunger and racial justice. Marcus began his career working with anti-apartheid organizations in South Africa beginning in the late 1980s. He graduated from Wabash College and earned a master's degree in urban studies from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
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Feb. 27, 2014 - Marcus White, former Executive Director of the Interfaith Conference and current Vice President for Civic Engagement for the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, addressed the Cabinet (board of directors) of the Interfaith Conference at the annual Cabinet Retreat. His presentation discussed the findings of "Vital Signs: Benchmarking Metro Milwaukee," a report comparing the greater Milwaukee are with 15 other metro areas nationwide on topics such as demographics, poverty, education levels, and civic involvement.
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Following the resignation of Executive Director Marcus White in 2008, we began planning for the future, cognizant that changing realities would require a new vision and an executive director who could embrace and give shape to that new vision. We were facing changes in religious demographics and denominational affiliation along with the growth of pluralism, a severe economic downturn and new trends in communication.
Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
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In March, 2014, the Catholic Herald covered Marcus White's presentation at the Interfaith Conference's Cabinet Retreat. Marcus White, a former executive director of the Interfaith Conference and currently Vice President for Community Engagement of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, presented on "Vital Signs: Benchmarking Metro Milwaukee 2013," a report comparing the Milwaukee area to 15 other metro areas nationwide on a wide range of criteria. The data he presented to the Cabinet was troubling in many respects, including racial segregation and economic disparity, among a few more hopeful indicators.
Read the story here.
Marcus White
Media Coverage in 2014
Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee
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In March, 2014, the Catholic Herald covered Marcus White's presentation at the Interfaith Conference's Cabinet Retreat. Marcus White, a former executive director of the Interfaith Conference and currently Vice President for Community Engagement of the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, presented on "Vital Signs: Benchmarking Metro Milwaukee 2013," a report comparing the Milwaukee area to 15 other metro areas nationwide on a wide range of criteria. The data he presented to the Cabinet was troubling in many respects, including racial segregation and economic disparity, among a few more hopeful indicators.
Read the story here.
Marcus White
Media Coverage in 2014
WisKids Journal
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Another early leader was Marcus White, director of the Interfaith Conference of Milwaukee. Soika, Interfaith Conference--first Marcus White, and then Heather Dummer-Combs, who was brought on to staff the HTF effort--and I were the three main leaders of the HTF Coalition.
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