On Saturday, September 21, 2019, The Milwaukee Urban League’s Young Professionals (MULYP) celebrated a successful 20 years by hosting a Personal and Professional Development Conference focused on “The Legacy of Leadership: Impact Driven Philanthropy,” at the Harley Davidson University Building, 3700 W. Juneau Ave.
Started in 1998 MULYP serves as the oldest young professional organization in the City of Milwaukee. As a volunteer auxiliary organization of the 100 year strong Milwaukee Urban League (MUL), MULYP was designed to assist MUL through volunteerism, program support, and philanthropy while also engaging young professional members aged 21-40 to empower their communities. With 300 members MULYP provides members and the general public with leadership development, networking and community outreach opportunities.
Pictured at the event are (from left) MULYP Personal and Professional Development chair Fiesha Lynn Bell; MULYP immediate past president Carlos Clanton; MULYP President Tiffany Henry; and MULYP Treasure Sean Lowe.