Speaker Date Topic
Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, J.D. Lotus Legal Oct 20, 2017
Human Trafficking
Human Trafficking

Rachel Monaco-Wilcox, J.D.
Chair and Assistant Professor, Justice Department
Coordinator, LOTUS Legal Clinic at Mount Mary University

Education:

  • Marquette University Law School,  J.D., cum laude, May 2004
  • Marquette University, Honors B.A. in English and Theology, magna cum laude, May 1999

"Mount Mary's undergraduate justice majors are amazing women.  I get to train them to enter the professional world and to make changes for social good. This happens within their own lives at the same time as it ripples out to effect the community.  I teach about women's law, human trafficking, gender violence, comparative and international law and innovative legal responses to persistent legal problems and new ones created by new technology, climate change, and populations in flux.  

The LOTUS Legal Clinic (Legal Options for Trafficked and Underserved Survivors) and the Untold Stories program series are lynchpins and signature for Mount Mary's work on social justice.  We are committed to a survivor-centered view of changing the status quo of law and culture.  

In the classroom, I also have the joy of sharing my practice experiences in the field of Elder Mediation- a branch of dispute resolution that works with Elder law, probate, trust, and adult guardianship issues.  I draw on my professional network to help my students find their unique place in the law."

Julie Kerk & Dr. Jonathan Campbell Nov 03, 2017
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Mequon Health Center
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Mequon Health Center

Julie Kerk
Vice President, Clinical Service Lines — Musculoskeletal, Neurosciences and Spine

Julie Kerk, BA, PT, MS, is the vice president for Clinical Service Lines for Froedtert Health. Julie joined Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network in 1998. Over the past 16 years, she has held a variety of leadership positions at Froedtert Hospital, primarily within the Neurorehabilitation and Neuroscience areas. In November 2015, she transitioned to a new role as vice president for Musculoskeletal, Neurosciences and Spine service lines for Froedtert Health.

Julie is responsible for leading strategic growth and tactical operations of the service lines across the health system which includes: an academic medical center, medical college practice, community hospital division and an employed community physician practice. Julie promotes the safety, health and quality of service for patients while guiding the creation and growth of the designated service line programs.

Julie began her career as a physical therapist at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Milwaukee. She received a bachelor of arts in psychology from the University of Nebraska, a bachelor of science in physical therapy from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and a master’s degree in human kinetics from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Julie is a member of the American College of Health Care Executives. 

Dr. Jonathan Campbell

Dr. Campbell is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. 

Dr. Campbell has served in the past as an assistant team physician in the following capacities:

  • Minnesota Vikings (2016-2017)
  • Minnesota Twins (2016-2017)
  • Hamline University Athletics (2016-2017)
  • Prior Lake High School Football (2016)
  • Bloomington Kennedy High School Football (2016)
  • Volunteer physician at Schwan’s USA Cup Youth Soccer Tournament (2017)

Dr. Campbell currently serves in team coverage in the following capacities:

  • Team Physician to the Milwaukee Torrent

 

Joy Tapper - Executive Director Nov 10, 2017
Milwaukee Health Care Partnership
Milwaukee Health Care Partnership

About Milwaukee Health Care Partnership: The Milwaukee Health Care Partnership brings together health care providers, government agencies, and community organizations to develop and implement a plan for change for our most vulnerable populations. Through advocacy and action, we are collaborating to increase health care coverage, access and care coordination, creating a healthier future for Milwaukee residents.

About Joy Tapper: With over 30 years of experience in healthcare policy, planning and administration, Joy Tapper serves as the Executive Director for the Milwaukee Health Care Partnership.

Joy previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer for the Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare system, where she had management responsibility for the physician services organization, system-wide service lines and an array of regional administrative and support functions. These included planning, marketing-communications, public and government relations, fund development, mission services, and human resources. Over the course of her 22 years of service with the Wheaton system, she also served on the governing boards of the five Milwaukee-based Wheaton hospitals, the medical group, the three long term care centers and other system subsidiaries and joint venture corporations.

Joy holds a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Lafollette Institute, a B.A. degree from St. Olaf College, in Northfield, MN and has participated as both a student and faculty in a number of continuing education programs including an extensive quality improvement certification program. She is a graduate of the Future Milwaukee leadership program and a past recipient of the Milwaukee Business Journal “Woman of Influence” award, as well as leadership awards from the Wisconsin Council on Children and Families and the Medical Society of Milwaukee County.

Joy is a member of a number of professional and community organizations including the boards of the Wisconsin Primary Health Care Association, the MCW Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, and the Agnesian Sponsorship Ministries. She also serves on the Wisconsin Hospital Association’s Medicaid Reengineering and Public Policy committees, the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Redesign Steering Committee, the Milwaukee Oral Health Task Force, and Milwaukee Succeeds, along with other State and local health committees.

Visit website: mkehcp.org