Speaker Date Topic
Lynn Streeter - Froedtert Health May 04, 2018
Healthcare 2025: What now? What then?
Healthcare 2025: What now? What then?

Executive Director of Strategic Planning & Business Development at Froedtert Health

Senior leader with extensive experience in the healthcare and non-profit environments. Responsible for system strategic planning, ongoing integration with corporate financial plans and implementation of action plans to achieve strategic goals and measurable outcomes. Mission driven, accountable, known for successful outcomes. Builds engaged, high-performing teams. Collaborative relationship builder with internal and external stakeholders. Demonstrated performance in:

  • System-wide Strategic Planning and Implementation
  • Operations Management/Leadership
  • Quality Measurement and Process Improvement
  • Clinical Program Growth and Development/Project Management
  • Community Needs Assessment and Development of Action Plans to Address Findings
  • Ongoing Analysis of Environmental and Healthcare Trends
  • Joint Venture Development with Physicians and Community Organizations
David Liners Ex. Dir. WISDOM May 11, 2018
State of Wisconsin’s Overcrowded Prisons
State of Wisconsin’s Overcrowded Prisons

David Liners is the Executive Director for WISDOM, a Wisconsin network of faith-based organizations, part of the international Gamaliel Foundation.  WISDOM is a multi-issue, grassroots organization.  Though its roots are in the faith community (congregations belonging to 19 different religious traditions participate in WISDOM), WISDOM has broadened its participation in recent years.  A recent development has been the formation of EXPO (EX-Prisoners Organizing) and the increased leadership within the network of Native American communities.

David’s presentation will be an eye-opener for many about the State of Wisconsin’s current overcrowded Prisons. He’ll share startling facts on why they are overcrowded  and successful programs that other states have implemented to save costs and reduce mass incarceration. If you’ve seen “Milwaukee 53206” you may recall David describing these costly incarceration challenges we are experiencing here in Wisconsin. 

David holds a BA from Marquette University (Political Science and Theology), a Masters of Divinity (MDiv) from Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and a Doctor of Ministry (DMin) from St. Mary of the Lake University.

David and his wife, Julie Clark, live in Milwaukee, and they have two children in college.