It is with mixed emotions that we share the last day of our incredible Development Manager, Logan Self, will be March 31st. Logan joined Cream City Foundation (CCF) in Fall 2021 and has been pivotal in the last year to CCF’s return to in person events, continuing to manage our scholarship program and engaging with our donors and supporters. While we are sad to see him go, we wish him all the best. Please join us in thanking him for his contributions to CCF’s continued success. We are confident that he will have a lasting impact to the community of Boise, Idaho where he now resides with his partner Cody.
At the same time, CCF is thrilled to announce the addition of two new members , Marwill Santiago and Emmett Roeher to its board of directors.
Marwill was born in Puerto Rico and has called Milwaukee home for most of his life. He has worked at Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC) for the past 23 years and currently serves as the Director of Student Recruitment and Call Center. Marwill has a passion for education and a desire to help others build their upward mobility. He has been engaged for years on the Milwaukee community, volunteering for get out the vote (GOTV) efforts and community outreach for the Holton Street Clinic.
Emmett is a Project Lead Engineer at Milwaukee Tool and a resident of Milwaukee. He believes strongly in continuing to foster CCF as an organization that can continue to be a driver of community support. In addition to his role with Milwaukee Tool, Emmett plays drums in a band and is very proud of his cat, Chloe, who is absolutely spoiled.
We are incredibly excited to add the talents of Marwill and Emmett to our amazing group of board directors. Both of them have consistently impressed us their passion for the LGBTQ+ community and enthusiasm and commitment to the mission of CCF.
We look forward sharing more exciting news soon on our 2023 events, the 2023 scholarship program and more details on how your donations to CCF and our projects are impacting the health, wellness and equity of the LGBTQ+ community of southeast Wisconsin.