Contact Info


P.O. Box 246

Milwaukee, WI 53201



(414) 374.5850

Fax: (414) 562.8620



Elected Officers


Jordan Roman



Tiffany Henry

Vice President


Jackie Oraedu



Fiesha Lynn Bell



Michelle Helm



Committee Chairs


Tiffany Henry




Michelle Helm

Community Service



Fiesha Lynn Bell

Personal & Professional Development


Lyah Holmes

Health & Wellness


Kisha Cannon

Social & Cultural

Jackie Oraedu

Public Relations

Jordan Roman

Politics & Policy


Simone Smith



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I-94 Serve & Social Weekend

Plan to join us in Chicago, Friday, October 13th through Sunday, October 15th as we support the Metro Board of Chicago Urban League YP chapter!

Click HERE for info to participate in the 5K Run/Walk
Click HERE to register to participate/get information regarding the events!

2017 Milwaukee Film Festival 

Milwaukee Film Festival Black Lens 
Thank you all that joined us this past weekend!
It has been a great time with the Milwaukee Film Festival! Only a few more days left! Be sure not to miss out!

Get film screening dates and times for other Black Lens films  here  .

Congratulations to our Member of the Month!
LaRonda Joyner
"Success doesn't come to you, you got to it."   - Marva Collins
LaRonda Joyner is a Milwaukee native. She graduated from Vincent High School and is an alumni of Marquette Upward Bound. She developed her love for the health care profession early in life while working and volunteering at local nursing homes. She obtained her LPN from Milwaukee Area Technical College and her ADN from Moraine Park Technical College in West Bend. She later completed her BSN at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ. She currently works at Froedtert Hospital as a Registered Nurse on the Spinal Cord/Neurosciences unit.
LaRonda currently serves as a member of the membership committee for MULYP. She is a volunteer for Interfaith, performing blood pressure screenings for seniors at Washington Park Senior Center. She is also a member of the Milwaukee Chapter of Black Nurses Association.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling and spending time with her family. "I joined MULYP to network with other professionals in the community. In addition, I wanted to make an impact on the community and give back to others."

MULYP: On the Table, Join Us!

What is On the Table: (CLICK HERE)

Thousands of people will gather throughout the region on October 17 for breakfast, lunch or dinner to put ideas and discussion literally On The Table. When people share a meal together, engage in meaningful conversation including listening and learning from one another, we have the power to impact lives and whole communities.

You are invited to join NEWaukee's community dinner in the Rotunda of City Hall. Our table will be se t for any and all guests interested in individual and collective discussion about improving the quality of life in our community. This is your chance to break bread with friends both new and old while building relationships and generating ideas that move our community forward. As you prepare to participate, consider how diverse perspectives could invigorate dialogue at your table and challenge yourself to meet someone new. 

There will be a variety of food options available for purchase. Not hungry but feeling chatty? Pull up a chair and share your brilliant ideas with the table! On the Table has the potential to accelerate our community's progress. 

Please RSVP so we can ensure that every dinner guest is accounted for!

What are some topics that will be discussed?

What you discuss at your table is completely up to you, and any topic that advances us toward a more vibrant region is welcome. At the same time, we challenge you to consider the current conditions of our community.

Our region's growing diversity is a significant strength, and it will be a competitive advantage for our shared future. In large part, our region offers a remarkable quality of life; however, for far too many people, opportunity for economic, social and civic participation is out of reach.

In areas such as income, incarceration and entrepreneurship, we face significant disparities based on race and ethnicity. Moreover, these disparities are often more pronounced here than in similar regions. Achieving our shared goal of a thriving region will require building upon the strength of our diversity while ensuring that race and ethnicity are never barriers to all people reaching their full potential.

October General Body Meeting
Join us for our Monthly General Body meeting! Members and Prospective members are welcome!

Thursday October 19, 2017
MSOE Alumni Partnership Center 

*FREE Parking adjacent to building. 


YP Happenings!
With so much going on, Community Service, Discussions and Social Events, make sure you are part of the happenings! Join Us and tell others!
Members participated in a panel at the Medical College of Wisconsin to speak about Advocacy and its importance! Excited about the engaged youth!

Membership Shout Out!
Help us welcome the newest additions to Team MULYP!
Christie Collins
Eboney Brown
Jennifer Ball-Sharpe
Keith Streicher
Anita Mogaka
Tiandra Coleman


Thank you for your continued support and for being a member of the Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals!

Michelle Helm
Jackie Oraedu 

C ommittee Meetings

Please feel free to join any of our committees. Reach out with any questions and/or express interest! Yes, you can join more than one committee! #BeTheMovement

Personal & Professional Development
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
6:30pm - 7:30pm

If interested in learning more or if you have questions, email:

Community Service

If interested in learning more or you have questions, email: 

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Panera Bread
5595 N. Port Washington Rd

If interested in learning more or you have questions, email:

Social & Cultural
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Panera Bread
5595 N. Port Washington Rd

If interested in learning more or you have questions, email:

Monday, October 23, 2017
6pm - 7pm
Google Hangouts
*Please email to be added to meeting

If interested in learning more or you have questions, email:
Policy and Pol itics  
Monday, October 16
6pm - 7pm
170 S. 1st St, Milwaukee, WI
If interested in learning more or you have questions, email: advocacy@tmulyp.org 

Health & Wellness

If interested in learning more or you have questions, email:

Conference Corner
Welcome to Conference Corner!
It is our belief that every member and prospective member would benefit from attending the National Urban League Conference!
We'd like to share the experiences of others and hope that you plan on joining us next year for the National Urban League Conference in Columbus, OH August 1-4, 2018! 

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 Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals is an auxiliary of the Milwaukee Urban League. Our mission is to engage young professionals in the National Urban League's Movement towards the achievement of social and economic equality.
Visit us:   www.tmulyp.org 

Current members login:  https://mulyp.wildapricot.org/Sys/Login
New members sign-uphttps://mulyp.wildapricot.org/join-us

Visit the National Urban League Young Professionals:   www.nulyp.org