Investment Advisory Councils

Program Investment Council


Program Investment Council is an opportunity to be involved in the goals of Brown County United Way and the path to stability in Brown County. Members meet monthly to support the System of Care granting process and learn more about the immediate and long-term needs in our community that can be met through granting and advocacy opportunities. The council encourages all individuals to join our efforts to bring equity and opportunity to the ALICE targeted granting and focus.

For more information about the Program Investment Council, contact Holly Ladwig at

Impact Initiatives Investment Council


Through a shared interest, Impact Initiatives Council members provide critical input, diverse perspectives, and expertise to neighborhood and place-based strategies. Members meet monthly in person to support the Neighborhood Partnership grant-making processes, program evaluation, and the development of mid- and longer-term strategies; Community School Initiative and City East Center.

For more information about the Impact Initiatives Council, contact Jill Sobieck at

Advocacy Council


The Advocacy Council is comprised of diverse individuals from all walks of life who work together with us in developing advocacy priorities and impacting positive policy and systems change, with special attention on the one in three households in Brown County that struggles to meet daily basic needs and the people and populations experiencing marginalization and discrimination.

For more information about the Advocacy Council, contact Sarah Inman at