Focusing on the issues that build a future for all of us to move forward!
Madison has seen tremendous economic growth and success but not everyone has access to it.
Passionate people shouldn’t have to leave their home to create a thriving career and life.
Success and happiness should be attainable for all who want it and work towards it.
Nearly 25 percent of Wisconsin’s workforce is 55 or older. The average age of a Wisconsin worker is 42. This means that our overall workforce is getting older each year.
The economy is changing. We need to develop critical skills for tomorrow’s economy to ensure Madison and Wisconsin remain competitive.
There are multiple pathways to learning and education, which can help folks gain greater access to economic mobility quicker.
When it’s safe to so, we need to foster faster economic recovery for all.
This public health crisis has created casualties in Wisconsin families and slows Wisconsin’s economic success.
Access to affordable healthcare is critical to creating a safe and stable future for all Wisconsinites.