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Madison’s presence on Wisconsin 275 List

Check out these local leaders.

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Wisconsin’s most influential business leaders have been recognized in BizTime Media’s “Wisconsin 275" list.

Here are just a few Madisonians recognized:

Missy Hughes | Secretary/CEO of Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.
When she’s not enjoying time on her farm, Missy helps businesses grow via grants and tax incentives.

Rev. Alex Gee | CEO, Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development
A keystone of Black excellence in Madison, this leader brings attention to racial disparities and is opening a $38 million cultural center next year.

Jennifer Mnookin | Chancellor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
With degrees from Harvard, Yale, and MIT, UW’s Chancellor oversees nearly 50,000 students.

Jason Fields | President/CEO, Madison Region Economic Partnership
Inspired by Warren Buffett, this CEO manages a venture capital fund supporting underserved entrepreneurs.

Emily Gruenewald | Chief Development + Communications Officer, Overture Center
A firm believer that life is all about taking risks, Emily and her team ushered the arts center through the pandemic.

Check out BizTime’s full list and digital magazine for more.

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