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P.O. Box 246

Milwaukee, WI 53201

 

Phone:

(414) 374.5850

Fax: (414) 562.8620

www.tmulyp.org

 

Elected Officers

 

Sean Lowe 

President

 

Lyah Holmes

Vice President


 

Kisha Cannon

Treasurer 


 

Lauren Feaster

Secretary 


 

Michelle Helm

Parliamentarian 

 

Committee Chairs


 

Tiffany Henry

Membership


 

Seth Bratcher

Community Service


 

Michelle Helm

Community Service


 

Alex Menefee

Personal & Professional Development


 

Fiesha Lynn Bell

Personal & Professional Development


 

Lyah Holmes

Health & Wellness
 

Sean Lowe

Fundraising 


Kisha Cannon

Social & Cultural


Jackie Oraedu

Public Relations


Jordan Roman

Politics & Policy


 

Simone Smith

Webmaster


 

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President-Elect Roman 

I am humbled and honored to be elected as the new President of The Milwaukee Urban League Young Professionals. My number one priority is to build upon the great work and progress from our previous leadership teams and guide the organization to new heights.  I am committed to bringing my passions for Community Advocacy, Civic Engagement, Professional and Personal Empowerment to all the work we do. I will focus on raising awareness of our UL mission, engaging the community and developing dynamic leaders. I look forward to continued service to the Milwaukee Urban community and moving forward in the movement together. Thank you all for your votes and support. Lets get to work!!

Jordan Roman, MS
MULYP President-Elect

Election Results
Congratulations to our newly elected MULYP Executive Leadership Team members
                   
We welcome a group of talented and dedicated group of individuals who believe in the mission of the organization, want to work collaboratively to serve the community, seek out talent, develop strong leaders, be part of the positive change, advocate, and build on the great foundation set by the leadership before them.
Welcome
President-elect: Jordan Roman
Vice President-elect: Tiffany Henry
Secretary-elect: Fiesha Lynn Bell
Treasurer-elect: Jackie Oraedu
Parliamentarian: Michelle Helm

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2017 National Urban League Conference
This week! Will you be there? #MeetMeInStLouis




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MULYP Annual Meeting

Thursday, August 17
MSOE Alumni Partnership Center
1120 N. Broadway
6pm-7:30pm



Join us for our MULYP Annual Meeting! Members and prospective members welcome!


Parking is available in the adjacent lot. 

This meeting is sponsored by; 

  
HaRunbee 5K Walk/Run
The Kickoff to Bronzeville Week! 


The HaRUNbee walk is the kickoff to Bronzeville Week.  The link will take folks interested directly to the registration page.  Please note that teams must be made up of teams of at least 10, and there will not be team registration onsite/day-of. 
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Health & Wellness Spotlight

Health & Wellness Spotlight
Summer Wellness
Sun Smart
  • Wear sunscreen when exposed to the sun. YES, even if your skin is darker-toned!
  • On cloudy days and while in the shade, ultraviolet light can still penetrate your skin
  • Use a broad-spectrum sunscreen, SPF 15 or higher
Exercising in the Summer Heat
  • Exercise in the early morning or late evening hours.
  • Drink up! Drink two to four glasses of water each hour. Drink a sports beverage to replace the salt and minerals you lose through sweat
  • Wear lightweight, loose-fitting clothing.
  • Protect yourself from the sun. Wear a hat, sunglasses that block UVA and UVB, and sunscreen
  • Rest early and often. Take breaks in shady areas.
  • Gradually get used to the heat. It takes seven to 10 days for your body to adapt to the change in temperature. Start by exercising for short time, at a low intensity.
  • Mind the weather. Do not exercise on the hottest days.
Heat Stress
  • Keep an eye on the heat index:
    1. Heat index 80 to 90 degrees can cause fatigue during exercise  
    2. Heat index of 90 to 105 degrees can cause heat cramps and heat exhaustion
    3. Heat index of 105 or higher can cause heat exhaustion and heat stroke is possible
  • Heat exhaustion  is a warning sign that your body cannot keep itself cool. Stop exercising right away. Heat exhaustion is dangerous and may lead to heat stroke. Symptoms include:
  • Weakness
  • Dizziness
  • Confusion or disorientation
  • Headache
  • Cramps
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Dehydration
  • Heat stroke  is life-threatening. Stop exercising right away and call 9-1-1 for any of the following symptoms:
  • Unusual behavior, hallucinations or confusion
  • Fainting
  • Seizures
  • Fever of 104 degrees F or greater
    Seek immediate medical attention if the person:
  • Is vomiting and unable to keep fluids down
  • Has dizziness or lightheadedness
  • Looks very ill or is not getting better
(CDC, 2017; United Healthcare Services, Inc., 2017)




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About MULYP

 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