KNOW YOUR BACC DIRECTOR: NOEL HALVORSEN
For more than 25 years, Noel Halvorsen has held positions of increasing responsibility in community planning and development in greater Green Bay. He has demonstrated expertise in business development, fundraising, project management, community leadership, real estate development, and the development and management of decision support and geographic information systems.
He is the current President & CEO of NeigborWorks Green Bay. Having served the organization since October 2000, Noel Halvorsen has extensive experience in resident leadership, asset management, housing, and community development. Noel has led the acquisition, renovation, or development of 287 units of housing and 50,000 square feet of commercial space. During his tenure, NeighborWorks Green Bay has counseled more than 12,100 area households and helped more than 3,000 families to purchase homes in 37 counties across Wisconsin. Noel has led the agency to ever-greater self-sufficiency, realizing more than 60% of total revenue from earned income.
He has received post graduate training at Harvard Kennedy School and a BA from the University of Wisconsin Green Bay, where he majored in in urban and regional studies.
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Stillness Is the Key. 2019.
Throughout history, there's been one indelible quality that great leaders, makers, artists and fighters have shared. The Zen Buddhists described it as inner peace, the Stoics called it ataraxia and Ryan Holiday calls it stillness: the ability to be steady, focused and calm in a constantly busy world. This quality, valued by every major school of thought from Buddha to Seneca, John Stuart Mill to Nietzsche, is urgently necessary today.
At the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, McKinsey engaged with business executives, experts, and policymakers to discuss topics including climate change, how technology can be harnessed for social good, and the role of business leadership in the 21st century.
Wisconsin Congressman Bryan Steil and Delaware Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester have started a bipartisan congressional caucus to study future of work issues.
February 1, 2020
2 pm-3 pm
Central Branch, Brown County Library
February 12, 2020
7:15 am-9:30 am
Bemis International Center, St. Norbert College
The results are in! Join leaders for breakfast and discussion from across greater Green Bay as we release the findings from Wello's resident well-being survey. Free admission,
April 28-29, 2020
Radisson Hotel and Conference Center; 2040 Airport Drive; Green Bay, WI 54313
Conference will connect individuals and organizations from multiple sectors across Wisconsin to address the most persistent barriers to inclusion, what is working, and what is promising on the horizon.