Executive Leadership Breakfast Is March 9

SWWRPC Executive Director, Troy Maggied to speak on Leadership in Changing Times

MONROE – Green County is like many rural communities in the nation. Populations are declining, housing options are limited, and labor shortages are apparent. In order to maintain the quality of life small towns appreciate, challenges that threaten that must be addressed.

On Wednesday, March 9, Troy Maggied from the Southwest Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (SWWRPC) will share rural trends and best practices for moving forward positively.  He will specifically talk about ways to collaborate with one another to form a stronger county overall.

Green County Development Corporation (GCDC) is hosting the event as a springboard for building collaborative efforts to address these problems longer term.  As a non-profit, GCDC is the bridge between public and private partnerships aimed to serve our county’s economic development efforts.

The Executive Leadership Breakfast will be at Monroe Arts Center, 1315 11th Street, Monroe. Doors open at 7:30; the breakfast buffet begins at 7:45 a.m. Maggied’s talk will begin at 8 a.m. and will conclude at approximately 8:30 a.m.  Attendees are encouraged to come with questions and ideas.

The event is free, but pre-registration is requested by Wednesday, March 1. Register at GCDCBreakfast2023.eventbrite.com, by emailing gcdc@tds.net or calling at 608-328-9452.