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Vice President, Civic Engagement

Greater Milwaukee Foundation Inc
101 W. Pleasant Street Suite 201
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53212
United States

Company Description: The Greater Milwaukee Foundation is fully committed to leading and supporting all aspects of inclusion and diversity in our communities and in addressing...   more

Employment History


  • Wabash College
  • master's degree , urban studies
    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Hispanic Professionals of Greater Milwaukee Organization, 8 Oct 2014 [cached]
Hosted by Marcus White - Vice President of Community Partnerships for the Greater Milwaukee Foundation.
Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Staff, 4 Aug 2014 [cached]
Marcus White, Vice President
Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Marcus White selected as new host of 4th Street Forum, 10 Jan 2013 [cached]
Marcus White selected as new host of 4th Street Forum Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Marcus White selected as new host of 4th Street Forum Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Marcus White selected as new host of 4th Street Forum
Marcus White selected as new host of 4th Street Forum
Milwaukee, WI - Jan. 10, 2013 - Marcus White, the Greater Milwaukee Foundation's vice president of civic engagement, will head up the new season of "4th Street Forum.
The weekly public affairs program, produced by Milwaukee Public Television, returns for its 11th season with a slightly modified format. White will be the sole host and each week will discuss relevant political and social issues with a panel of three experts from the community.
"It's exciting and an honor to be a part of this important community conversation," said White, who had been a panelist as well as a moderator for the program in the past.
The former executive director of Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, White joined the Foundation in 2008 to head up its newly-created position of vice president of community partnerships.
Interfaith Conference of Greater Milwaukee, 28 Sept 2014 [cached]
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.
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.
Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Marcus White, 4 Aug 2014 [cached]
Marcus White Greater Milwaukee Foundation :: Marcus White Greater Milwaukee Foundation
Marcus White
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.
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