Three alumni named to Madison365's list of most influential African-Americans in Wisconsin

Madison365, the nonprofit online news magazine for and by Madison’s communities of color, has named Wisconsin’s most influential African American leaders in business, civil service, nonprofit service and education.

Three UW Law School alumni appear on the list:

  • Vincent Lyles ’87, president and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee
  • Cory Nettles ’96, partner at Quarles & Brady and founder of Generation Growth Capital
  • Ismael Ozanne ’98, Dane County District Attorney

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Submitted by Law School News on October 30, 2015

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