Friday, November 10, 2017, 5:30PM - 7:00PM
Location: One Alumni Place, 650 N. Lake St. (enter through Alumni Park)
Panel Discussion. Volunteerism and giving back for the common good are hallmarks of UW-Madison alumni who use their education to make a difference for others. Hear from alumni who followed diverse paths of public service in this panel discussion with Camp Heartland and Camp Hometown Heroes founder Neil Willenson ’92, social justice educator Laura Klunder ‘06, MSW’07, founder and CEO of One City Early Learning Centers Kaleem Caire ’00, and former Wisconsin governor and returned Peace Corps volunteer Jim Doyle ‘67.