Christine Klein

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Christine Klein is a native Milwaukee resident and a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After spending the last four years teaching high school English in Milwaukee, she returned to school to pursue her lifelong passion for writing, focusing on social justice, especially women and the environment. She concentrates on narrative journalism, profiles and feature writing. Whenever she can, Christine tries to get outside on the trail to hike or into the kitchen to cook and bake.

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Parks are ‘an indicator of our collective health.’ Where does equity fit?

Aug. 3, 2022 10:13 am

Parks are ‘an indicator of our collective health.’ Where does equity fit?

Milwaukee Parks Foundation ED Rebecca Stoner is building up the parks system by putting people first. Her work is a microcosm of national challenges.
Guess which Midwest city is the water technology capital of the US

May 25, 2022 10:27 am

Guess which Midwest city is the water technology capital of the US

Dean Amhaus leads The Water Council in Milwaukee. Here's why he thinks this tech sector is so exciting — and urgently needed.
The lesson that made this longtime business exec pivot to nonprofit education

Apr. 6, 2022 10:42 am

The lesson that made this longtime business exec pivot to nonprofit education

In 2018, Marikris Coryell stepped into her position as president of St. Joan Antida, a small high school in the heart of Milwaukee. She delves into the challenges of urban education and the realities of the achievement gap.