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Meet Renée Logee, the Executive Director of the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM) as of February 2020. As UNCOM’s Executive Director, Renée will lead the organization’s staff in working with the member organizations to strengthen Milwaukee’s neighborhoods and to improve the lives of urban families.

Prior to joining UNCOM, Renée was the Director of Development at the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin (ASSEW). At ASSEW, she worked to improve the lives of those affected by autism, by helping the organization grow its services to meet the needs of the community.

Renée holds a BM from UW-Madison and has spent over 20 years working and volunteering in Milwaukee’s, non-profit, arts and human services sectors.

When Renée is not at work, she enjoys spending time with her husband, two daughters, family and friends; traveling, hiking and exploring all that our great city has to offer.

In his role as Program Director, Chee serves as UNCOM’s main contact with the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board with the out of school youth population 16 to 20 years old. The program is funded through the Workforce Investment Act providing support and service for youth to accomplish their education and occupational goals.

Prior to joining UNCOM, Chee was an Ongoing Case Manager with the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare. He provided assessments, supervision, support, and resources to ensure a safe and positive environment for children.

Before joining the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare, Chee was the Out of School Youth Coordinator for the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board formerly known as the Private Industry Council. He has spent most of his professional career working directly with youth and the WI department of corrections.

Chee holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Welfare from the University Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is married to his wife May and is the proud father two sons and a daughter. When not working Chee loves to play and watch sports, reads and enjoys traveling with his family.

Jaime Gonzalez is UNCOM’s Program Manager and has significant experience working with Milwaukee’s youth teaching job readiness skills and preparing youth for employment and a career. Jaime is a team player and has extensive experience collaborating with community groups for outreach and resources.

Before joining UNCOM, Jamie worked at Employ Milwaukee at as Contract Monitor / Youth Worker and at Journey House as Youth Job Developer / Assistant Initiatives Director. In these two positions Jaime worked to ensure that Milwaukee’s youth received mentorship, training and employment to get on a path for self-sufficiency. This work was critical in gaining experience and connections which he uses today in his leadership position at UNCOM.

Jaime holds a BS from UW-Stout where we he also served as the Latino Student Organization President. When Jaime is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter.

Stacy Xiong is the Career Planner for the United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee. In her role, Stacy serves the out-of-school population that are 16 – 24 years old within the WIOA OSY program. She communicates with the youth that are being served and provides supportive services such as, education (i.e. earning HSED or GED), work experiences, occupational trainings, and training certifications that will lead to more success.

Stacy is currently enrolled at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is pursuing a Bachelor’s of Science in Social Work (anticipated graduation Dec. 2020). When Stacy is not at work, she is working towards her degree and spending time with family and friends.

India Mason is the Intake Specialist for UNCOM. She works directly with the youth we serve to determine how to best help them get on a path for success. Her charismatic and relatable demeanor is a comfort to our participants. She is very skilled at engaging and motivating the youth we serve. Before joining UNCOM, she was an account specialist for major communications company.

When India is not at work, she enjoys volunteering and spending time with family.

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