Speaker Date Topic
Howard Schumacher - Sponsorship Director MTLL Feb 03, 2023
Mequon Thiensville Little League
Mequon Thiensville Little League

MTLL is dedicated to providing recreational baseball and softball programs to our local area youths. Programs are grade-based, running from K4 through 9th grade. 

We currently offer five baseball leagues:

  • Rookie Baseball (K4, K5) played on Monday and Wednesday at 5:30pm
  • Low Minor Baseball (1st, 2nd) played on Tuesday and Thursday at 5:30pm
  • High Minor Baseball (3rd, 4th) played on Monday & Wednesday at 5:30pm
  • Major Baseball (5th & 6th) played on Tuesday and Thursday (additional games / dates possible)
  • Junior Baseball (7th, 8th, 9th) played on Monday and Wednesday (additional games / dates possible)

We currently offer five softball leagues:

  • Rookie Softball (Ages 5 & 6) played on Monday and Thursday
  • AA Softball (Ages 7 & 8) 
  • AAA Softball (Ages 9 & 10)
  • Majors Softball (Ages 11 & 12)
  • Seniors Softball (Ages 13 through 16)                                                      

Practices and games are conducted at various school and city parks around Mequon and Thiensville. Interleague games may be played at local organization's fields.

MTLL is a VOLUNTEER organization overseen by a Board of Directors. Board meetings are held monthly. MTLL is a non-profit organization operating under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

PENDING Mike Phillips - District Governor Feb 10, 2023
District 6270 Update
District 6270 Update

Mike Phillips has served as President of the West Bend Sunrise Rotary Club, Assistant District Governor for Area D, member of the District 6270 Membership Committee, Member-at-Large of the Midwest PETS Council, President of the Washington County Enchantment in the Park Board, and many other roles in Rotary.

Brittany Vulich - Local Campaign Digital Organizer Feb 24, 2023
The Redress Movement
The Redress Movement

The Redress Movement is an emerging racial justice organization that aims to organize racially and ethnically diverse local movements in communities throughout the U.S.  We will help residents to build and wield collective power needed to redress residential segregation of their own and neighboring communities.

We believe that just as segregation was caused by specific laws, specific policies and specific decision makers, segregation and its multi-generational impacts can be redressed. Our vision is a society no longer divided and separated.

While we know that segregation that took decades to establish cannot be undone overnight, we are determined to take the first steps on an unwavering path to redress it as a moral and constitutional obligation.


Originally from rural Illinois, Brittany has called the Greater Milwaukee Area homebase for the past 16 years. After graduating from UW-Milwaukee with a double major in Global Studies and Spanish, she was selected as one of 26 volunteers for the inaugural cohort to the Republic of Kosovo with the Peace Corps serving as an ESL instructor for two years.

She began her organizing career volunteering to knock doors and ask voters about the issues that mattered most to them. She was serving as the Financial Director in the home stretch of a Wisconsin Supreme Court race when the COVID pandemic hit. Nationwide, campaigns turned to digital organizing and physically-distant outdoor events. Likewise Brittany went on to work for several local races and coordinated campaigns focusing on digital organizing, car rallies, and literature drops to help turn out the vote in the fall of 2020.

That same year, she founded Break the Silence in the Burbs (BSB) to create a space in Milwaukee suburbs to amplify BIPOC voices and for residents to show up in solidarity with demands for justice for victims of police brutality and call for systemic change. In partnership with allied and Black-led organizations, BSB co-organized dozens of marches, community conversations, and direct-actions including letter writing campaigns to state legislators and school boards in support of anti-racist policies.

Brittany looks forward to helping the Redress Movement create an inclusive, multiracial coalition reflective of the Greater Milwaukee Area to effectively redress the legacy of racial segregation and advance housing justice in southeatern Wisconsin.

Matthew Wolak - Enterprise Sales Executive Mar 03, 2023
Crisis Prevention Institute
Crisis Prevention Institute

Matthew Wolak is an Enterprise Sales Executive for the Crisis Prevention Institute. CPI provides training for Healthcare, Education, and Human Services organizations on workplace violence prevention.

Matthew and his wife, Stacy Wolak, live in Germantown, WI. Matthew is a member of the Mequon/Thiensville Sunrise Rotary Club, and his wife is a member of the West Bend Sunrise Rotary Club. They are supporters of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization and enjoy hiking, pickle ball, and travel.