Join Us At These Events
December 18, 2014
January 22, 2015
January Program Meeting
Katie Nixon, Northern Trust
February 19, 2015
Mentor Awards Luncheon
TEMPO Milwaukee Member Jacquin Davidson Named Executive Director and COO of BizStarts Milwaukee
TEMPO Milwaukee CEO Jennifer Dirks Featured in Milwaukee Business Journal Executive Profile
TEMPO Milwaukee Member Marilyn Vollrath Featured in BizTimes Milwaukee as Company Celebrates Its 35th Anniversary
TEMPO Milwaukee Member Christy Brown Featured in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Editorial
First CEO of TEMPO Announced
TEMPO Talent Survey / Experts Directory
TEMPO Releases 2012/13 Annual Report
TEMPO Milwaukee's new office space
TEMPO Op-Ed appears on Journal Sentinel "Female Leaders are Making Strides"
TEMPO Executive Director Appears in Video for Future Milwaukee Leadership Program
The purpose of TEMPO Milwaukee is to provide members with opportunities to network with leaders and future leaders, to enhance their awareness of issues and trends having an impact on Milwaukee and the business community, and to participate in the active contribution of TEMPO Milwaukee as a group to the future success of the business community and the region.
TEMPO Milwaukee serves its diverse membership and the community through educational programming, networking opportunities, relationship building, and mentoring, with the goal of empowering women to achieve and sustain leadership roles within the political, educational and corporate arenas. TEMPO Milwaukee is comprised of approximately 275 members from more than 100 companies in Milwaukee.
Our Mission and Vision
Mission: To further the impact of women leaders in our community.
Mentor Awards Our annual Mentor Awards recognize outstanding individual and corporate mentoring activities and initiatives. TEMPO has awarded more than $135,000 to women college students in our area through the Mentor Event.
Leadership Event Our annual Leadership Event provides a forum for the business community to gain insight into the current challenges facing leaders from a recognized national expert.
In 1975, most women, regardless of talent, competence or position, were kept outside of their city's power structure - outside, looking in. A few enterprising women in Milwaukee decided to do something about it.
- Women who had already "arrived" and who were part of the power structure;
- Women who held positions of influence but who were not necessarily part of the "inner circle," and;
- Women of talent, drive and ambition who had the potential for being giants in the community and who could ensure the ongoing influence of TEMPO Milwaukee.
After its launch, TEMPO Milwaukee immediately began to thrive. Within five years, a second group of women adapted the concept and formed another organization in Madison, Wisconsin, also called TEMPO.