The Community, Natural Resources & Economic Development (CNRED) is a program area within University of Wisconsin-Extension. County-based CNRED Educators partners with citizens county-wide, as well as county, state, federal, and tribal government administrators and public officials; community and civic organizations/public agencies and volunteers; business/entrepreneurs; and industry.
Backed by University of Wisconsin research, the Milwaukee County CNRED Educator is an UW faculty member, jointly supported by Milwaukee County government. CNRED Educators do not program unless our programs are in partnership with Milwaukee County citizens, and based on Milwaukee County community-identified goals and priorities.
CNRED educational programs are unique by training citizens over time to use and apply research, evidence, and data to transform their community.
Who We Are
The Milwaukee County UW-Extension CNRED Program is led by faculty member and CNRED Educator, Dr. Angie Allen. Angie Allen, PhD is a native of Detroit, Michigan, and has been both a local and national community program coordinator and community educator in city and neighborhood planning, digital media arts, and education. Education has been central to Angie’s sustained community development, emphasizing resident engagement and capacity building, as well as community-institutional partnerships. The CNRED Educator role brings her 20 years of experience full circle, and provides the right environment to support transformative community change.
Milwaukee County Cooperative Extension
9501 W Watertown Plank Rd
Wauwatosa WI 53226
(414) 256-4630 – office
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