Wisconsin Future Caucus Co-Chairs
On July 11th, MAP hosted an evening of conversation and action with bipartisan members of the Wisconsin legislature to discuss the future of the workforce in Sheboygan and across Wisconsin.
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, the Wisconsin Future Caucus held a briefing and panel discussion on energy innovation and its role in the state’s economy hosted by WI Future Caucus Co-Chairs Representatives Adam Neylon (R) and Amanda Stuck (D).
On May 9th, the Millennial Action Project hosted an evening of conversation and action with bipartisan members of the Wisconsin legislature to discuss water quality in Wisconsin.
On March 6th, the UW-Madison chapter of Millennial Action Project hosted their first Red and Blue Dialogue on the topic of “Financing Higher Education.” The group brought over 60 students together from across the political spectrum to discuss higher education and college funding in Wisconsin.
On November 13th, MAP partnered with the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, WUWM 89.7 FM - Milwaukee's NPR, and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion to host ‘You Voted- Now What?' a free, community event featuring a panel conversation and community discussion circles.
On July 12th, the Millennial Action Project and the Zeidler Center for Public Discussion hosted the third Wisconsin Red & Blue Dialogue at Cafe Hollander. MAP brought over 50 members from the Wauwatosa and Milwaukee communities together to discuss the issue of “Fake News” and how it has affected Americans in Wisconsin and across the country.
In conjunction with WisPolitics.com, MAP co-hosted a roundtable conversation on May 29 to discuss the impact of new technology, the gig economy, and workforce development on the future of work with Congressional Future Caucus Vice Chair Rep. Mike Gallagher and Wisconsin Future Caucus Co-Chair state Rep. Amanda Stuck.
On May 15, the Millennial Action Project partnered with the Zeidler Center to host the second Wisconsin Red & Blue Dialogue– an evening of meaningful conversation about higher education in Wisconsin and across the country.
On March 20th, the Millennial Action Project and the Zeidler Center hosted an evening of conversation and action with bipartisan members of the Wisconsin legislature, to "bridge the divide" to discuss the issues most important to young people in Wisconsin and across the country.
Future Caucus News
Rep. Adam Neylon is touting a Republican proposal to use Volkswagen settlement funds to place electric vehicle charging stations along major driving routes in the state.
The Millennial Action Project (MAP) hosts “Red and Blue” session across Wisconsin and the nation to discuss the partisan divide facing the county by engaging the millennial generation. They debate issues like student loan debt and filling good paying jobs.
The University of Wisconsin chapter of the Millennial Action Project hosted a “Red and Blue Dialogue” Monday night to discuss bipartisan efforts behind financing higher education. UW alumnus Steven Olikara, who founded MAP to address the “worsening partisan divide” by engaging with the millennial generation, said the only way to solve student debt is through collaboration and bipartisanship.
In the face of a tense political climate, University of Wisconsin student organization Millennial Action Project aims to bridge the current political divide among young adults.
In spite of the stereotypes, Rep. Adam Neylon, R-Pewaukee, has "a lot of pride" in being a millennial. And both he and Rep. Amanda Stuck, D-Appleton, place a lot of value in bipartisanship.
After a nasty, race-baiting election filled with harsh rhetoric, political shenanigans and social media mischief, you have to wonder if Americans have lost their minds. Turns out, though, if you get people in a room — even if they disagree politically — they can still have a reasonable discussion.
Join folks from across the political spectrum will join on Thursday, Sept. 6, at The Bavarian Bierhaus in Glendale, WI for our Across the Red & Blue Divide: Reforming Criminal Justice event.
On May 29, 2018, the Millennial Action Project in partnership with WisPolitics.com conducted a roundtable discussion about the future of the Fox Valley featuring Rep. Amanda Stuck (D-District 57) and Congressman Mike Gallagher (R-District 8).
Gallagher, a Republican from Green Bay, and State Rep. Amanda Stuck, a Democrat from Appleton, led a discussion Tuesday about the future of the Fox Cities’ economy and workforce at the Appleton Beer Factory in downtown Appleton.