HRC Members

 

Jason Rae 

Jason Rae Jason Rae, of Milwaukee, is the Chair of the Milwaukee County Human Rights Commission. Professional, Jason works at Nation Consulting, a Milwaukee-based public affairs firm and serves as Executive Director for the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce.  In addition, he is the Chair of the Board of Directors of Fair Wisconsin, and a board member for the United States Capitol Page Alumni Association and the Marquette University Center for Gender & Sexualities Studies.  Jason is also a mentor with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Milwaukee, and is an active member of the Bay View United Methodist Church.  Jason graduated from Marquette University in 2009.  He currently lives the historic Bay View neighborhood with his husband.

 
Robert Smith

Robert Smith Dr. Robert Samuel Smith's is an Associate Professor of History, and serves as Director of the Cultures & Communities Program and Associate Vice Chancellor for Global Inclusion & Engagement at UW-Milwaukee.  Rob's research and teaching considers the intersection of race and law.  Rob teaches courses on African American History, the history of African Americans and the law, as well as courses on U.S. Legal History.

 

Martha Love Martha Love

Martha Love has been a long time Community Activist, Political Organizer and Labor leader in Milwaukee County for over 37 years. Love was an AFSCME Union representative who fought hard to ensure equal treatment for Career Workers.

Love’s experience is extensive and ranges from being past chairman of the State & County Democratic party, sitting on many community and national boards, Love is currently the owner of a Community Relations Outreach Business.

Love’s goals are to continue fighting for justice as one of Milwaukee’s Black history makers. Her extensive activities have provided her the opportunity to make great strides toward her goals for the community.

Love is working on a campaign to help protect our children thru her Television program “What Going On “Public Access Television series.  The major community issue in the state of Wisconsin is Human Trafficking; our youth between the ages of 11-14 years is the Trafficker targets... Love volunteering with the Human Trafficking Task Force of Greater Milwaukee has helped to create the awareness about the epidemic of sex trafficking in Wisconsin.

Love‘s has a great deal of respect for Milwaukee County although retired Love will continue to work diligently to have an impact on the community.

Any Questions please call Martha at 414-687-1730

Supreme Moore Omokunde

Jason Rae

Supervisor Supreme Moore Omokunde was elected by the 10th District Community on April 7th, 2015. Born and raised in Milwaukee, he learned the value of community and social empowerment through his parents, Reverend Dr. Tolokun Omokunde and Representative Gwen Moore.  From an early age, he has dedicated his time and values towards the advancement of social issues and the betterment of his community.

 

With over fifteen years of experience with community organizing and volunteering, Supervisor Moore Omokunde has received training in community leadership through The National AmeriCorps Program, Public Allies, The Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, Riverwest Neighborhood Association, and the board of TRUE Skool. Prior to joining the County Board, he served as the community organizer for the Sherman Park Community Association where he worked with block clubs, established the Friends of Sherman Park group, and helped to formulate a Neighborhood Improvement District.  The 10th District is strong in character and opportunity, and Supervisor Moore Omokunde hopes to meld together the community’s strengths and challenges in an effort to create a more united neighborhood.

 

Supervisor Moore Omokunde is Chair of the Health and Human Needs Committee, and a member of the Finance, Personnel, and Audit Committee and the Economic and Community Development Committee. Additionally, he is looking forward to serving on the Milwaukee Public Museum Board of Directors and the Human Rights Commission.

 

Danielle Bailey

Danielle Bailey Danielle is dedicated to helping others through her work in employment law, where she educates, counsels, and defends employees whose rights have been violated.  She is the founder and current president of the LGBT Bar Association of Wisconsin, and sits on the board of True Skool, and the Reproductive Justice Collective, as well as, the State Bar’s Diversity & Inclusion Oversight Committee, and the Milwaukee County Human Rights Commission which highlight her commitment to social justice and equality, as well as, her dedication to serving the legal community and community at large.  Danielle lives with her wife and baby boy, and they look forward to raising their family in Milwaukee, as we continue to work towards making it a more equitable and bountiful community for all folks.

 

Lukischa Ramos

Photo of Lukischa RamosLukischa Ramos has been working for the United Community Center since 2008.  She started as a Financial Analyst and three months later was promoted to the Human Resources Director position.  She is responsible for developing and implementing training and development, performance management, employee retention, benefits management and employee relations policies and strategies.  Prior to coming to UCC, she worked at La Causa for 3 years where she acquired accounting experience and later worked as a Real Estate Agent for Shorewest for 4 years.  In 2005, she received the Excellence Award for the month of May, after selling 1.5 Million dollars in that month.  Lukischa received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Upper Iowa University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Cardinal Stritch University.  Lukischa has been serving in the Human Rights Commission since 2012.

 

Rev. Willie Brisco

Reverend Willie E. Brisco is an Associate Minister at the New Covenant Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor Fred L.Crouther. Reverend Brisco is President Emeritus of MICAH, the current president of the state organization WISDOM, and the president of the African American Leadership Council of the national Gamaliel network.  He was born in Mississippi, educated in the public school system of Milwaukee and attended UW-Madison.  He is married with children and grandchildren which makes it imperative that he remain active in the work of social justice.

 

 

 

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