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Cream City Foundation Business Equality Luncheon Nov. 12, 2014

We’re thrilled to announce that Neil Giuliano, CEO of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, will be our keynote speaker for this year’s Cream City Foundation Business Equality Luncheon. The former mayor of Tempe, AZ, Neil is also a leadership consultant, speaker and coach. Neil previously served as the President of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) and Executive Producer of the GLAAD Media Awards on Bravo TV. “We couldn’t be more excited to have Neil Giuliano speak at our annual luncheon,” … Continue reading

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Local Philanthropist Makes $65K Donation Through Cream City Foundation

MILWAUKEE (JUNE 26, 2014) – Cream City Foundation announced at its donor recognition dinner last week that local philanthropist Will Radler, is donating $65K in honor of fellow philanthropist Joe Pabst. As the honoree, Pabst has chosen the LGBT Collection in Archives and Special Collections at the UWM Libraries to receive the gift, and Cream City Foundation will facilitate the transaction. “It was natural for me to partner with the Cream City Foundation,” said Radler. “They stepped up to the … Continue reading

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Cream City Foundation Changes in Leadership

The Cream City Foundation Board of Directors announces that CEO Paul Fairchild has resigned. Under Paul’s leadership, Cream City Foundation has worked with several Milwaukee employers to form Employee Resource Groups. He was also a founder of the Wisconsin LGBT ERG Best Practices, bringing 16 corporations in Southeast Wisconsin together to support diversity and inclusion in the workplace. He has played a key leadership role in the mergers of Fair Wisconsin and Equality Wisconsin, and SAGE and the Milwaukee LGBT … Continue reading

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