Meet Lisa Brown

Written by admin   // April 25, 2012   // 0 Comments

Hello everyone! I hope your week is off to a great start!

I have arranged an event in the Washington Heights to come and meet me and ask any questions or concerns you may have. This is exciting for me because I have a focus on speaking not for me, but for us. No question is off limits. It will be held at Birdie’s Cafe at 4110 West Martin Drive Milwaukee, WI 53208. This will be on Saturday, April 28th from 12:00pm-2:00pm. Following the talk I will be out collecting nomination signatures. Any volunteer assistance is greatly appreciated. I am not asking for any monetary donations for this campaign, just a little volunteer time if you can.

Here is the Facebook link to the event as well: https://www.facebook.com/events/366175916753490/

Always feel welcome to contacting me:

[email protected]

414-553-2566

-Lisa Erin BrownMeet Lisa

Born, raised and living in Milwaukee, Lisa Brown has witnessed Milwaukee change through good times, tough times and everything in between.

A former student of the Milwaukee Area Technical College and present student of UW-Milwaukee, she has attained formal knowledge of politics, communications and community outreach. In addition to her formal studies, she has taken it upon herself to further explore Milwaukee and the difficulties that her fellow citizens face. She holds a vested interest in speaking for those who can’t speak or otherwise feel as though they are not heard.

Brown makes a point to listen to each and every personal story she can, to discover a way to assist all citizens to ensure that food, housing and employment are seen in the lives of each and every citizen. Her dedication extends beyond just her community.

In 2011 she held an active role in the Madison protests when worker’s rights were attacked by Governor Walker. Brown relocated to Madison from Milwaukee temporarily to work on two political campaigns regarding the state budget and the senate recall elections. Lisa Brown holds Rep. Tamara Grigsby in high regards and is sad to see her leave, but understands that it is what is in Rep. Grigsby’s best interest.

Brown hopes to make Grigsby and her constituents proud by following in her footsteps and continuing to lead Milwaukee and Wisconsin in the right direction.


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