Milwaukee Exposure & Explorer Project celebrates 7th Annual Luncheon

September 15, 2016


On Sunday, September 11, 2016, The Milwaukee Exposure and
Explorer Project (MEEP) hosted its 7th Annual Luncheon.
MEEP was founded in the summer of 2009 by former Milwaukee
Public School teachers Lilly Simmons, Erma Smith, and Betty
Rodgers. The founders recognized the need for urban children to
be exposed to the possibilities and opportunities of a variety of
careers. They also saw the need for additional support and solicited
involvement from individuals who had an interest in their vision.
Therefore, the event celebrates the founding of MEEP; and
also serves to thank those that have supported the organization.
Pictured at the event are MEEP mentors and speakers including
Carla Allison; Clayborn Benson; Clarence Nicholas; Toni Esther
Burt; Tyrone P. Dumas; Chad Johnson; Michael Buckner; Sparkle
Negron; Amos Green; Robert LaGrant, II; Dr. Edith Wilson;
Belinda Boyle; Tasha Adams; Dr. Donna Kahl; Lawrence Rabon;
Arrila Eversley; Carol Calvinp; Annie Royal; Jacqueline Moore;
Joyce Shabazz; Letitia Minor; Marcellus Brown. Supporters include
Andrew Ward; Victoria Frazier; J. C. Frazier; Rev. Martin
Childs, Jr.; Cassandra Brown; Rev. J. Anthony Phillips; Pastor
Johnny C. White, Jr.; Rev. Louis Sibley, III; Rev. Walter J. Lanier;
Rev. Dr. Russell B. Williamson; Mt. Moriah Baptist Church; Debra
E. Simmons; and Atty. Michael Hupy.