Marquette well represented on Milwaukee Business Journal’s Power Brokers list

Marquette University is well represented in the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Milwaukee Area’s 2024 Power Brokers list

President Michael R. Lovell; Jennifer Dirks, adjunct instructor in the Diederich College of Communication; Linda Gorens-Levey, executive-in-residence in the College of Business Administration; and Derek Mosley, director of Marquette University Law School’s Lubar Center for Public Policy Research and Civic Education; were recognized by the publication. 

Also featured on the list is Marquette trustee Nancy Hernandez and trustees emeritae Mary Ellen Stanek, Peggy Troy and Anne A. Zizzo, as well as 13 alumni: 

  • JoAnne Anton, director of giving at Herb Kohl Philanthropies 
  • Joel Brennan, president of the Greater Milwaukee Committee 
  • Coreen Dicus-Johnson, CEO of Network Health 
  • Makda Fessahaye, associate vice chancellor and chief human resources officer at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee 
  • Kristen Hardy, assistant general counsel and assistant secretary at Northwestern Mutual 
  • Nadiyah Johnson, CEO and Founder of Jet Constellations 
  • Tracy Johnson, president and CEO of Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin 
  • Dale Kooyenga, president of Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce 
  • José Olivieri, partner at Michael Best & Friedrich LLP 
  • Jose Perez, Milwaukee Common Council president 
  • Lori Richards, chief executive officer at Mueller Communications 
  • Jim Villa, CEO of NAIOP Wisconsin 

The list, compiled each year by the Milwaukee Business Journal, features those in the Milwaukee area who others turn to when they need to get something done, whether it’s a business deal, community project or raising money for a great cause.  

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