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Our Key Principles
What Guides Us Underlying Achieve Brown County’s entire approach is a commitment to four key principles. These principles are always relevant and critical to our success, regardless of what we are specifically doing and who we are doing it with. They are:
Our Key Stakeholders
Community Leadership Council Together We Achieve More The members of Achieve Brown County’s Community Leadership Council (i.e, our Board of Directors) represent the collective commitment that organizations from all sectors across the community have made to building a truly equitable Brown County in which ALL young people have what they need to succeed in school, work and life. These individuals provide strategic oversight and strong leadership to guide Achieve Brown County in all aspects of its work. Michael Alexander, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Mohammed Bey, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College* Carla Buboltz, Wrightstown School District Dennis Buehler, Greater Green Bay Community Foundation* Robyn [...]
Since its founding in 2014, Achieve Brown County has operated under a simple premise: Those who care about our community’s young people — from parents and educators to civic, non-profit and business leaders — can accomplish more by working together than by working independently. In partnership with nearly 70 other organizations in the national StriveTogether network, Achieve Brown County works to ensure that every child succeeds from cradle to career, regardless of race, income or zip code. As a backbone organization for community-led collective impact, Achieve Brown County convenes, facilitates and supports the efforts of dozens of businesses, non-profits, schools, [...]