EconomicsWisconsin promotes economic education and financial literacy by developing and conducting programs for K-12 teachers, opinion leaders and business professionals.
Francis X. Vogel, Executive Director
Douglas E. Artus
Rachel O. Dumke
Gregory J. Grambow
Richard S. Hensley
Timothy M. Hocevar
James H. Hunter
Willie Johnson, Jr.
Kris McDaniel .
James R. Nelsen
Sue Nelson .
Charles R. Revie
Elizabeth Uihlein; M&I (Marshall and Ilsley) Foundation; Nicholas Family Foundation; Ladish Co. Foundation; Evan & Marion Helfaer Foundation; Dynamic Solutions Worldwide, LLC; James R. & Betty Jo Nelsen; Charles R. Revie
Advertising and Promotion, Board Members, Computer Equipment, Legal Advice, Marketing Support or Advice, Meeting Space, Printing Services, Office Space/Meeting Space, PR Assistance, Volunteers, Web Design or Graphic Design Service
Participate in our organization’s Economics for Business Professional program, which helps business leaders to better understand and explain to others how a largely free-market economy makes people more prosperous and contributes to the common good. Moreover, the economic way of thinking – with its stress on choices, costs, and incentives – can help business leaders make better decisions in business, and in their personal lives.
Get Your Students Pumped Up on Personal Finance and Economics!
This daylong conference supports K-12 teachers and community outreach educators, or anyone with an interest in enhancing the financial and economic literacy of individuals (young or old) within their community. Corporate sponsors aid in underwriting this flagship event.