The DNA focuses on residents and residential concerns to bring a united force to downtown Milwaukee.
The Downtown Neighbors Association of Milwaukee, Inc. is a membership organization. There is no cost to join and downtown residents and business representatives in the three major districts – East Town, Westown, and the Historic Third Ward – are eligible to be members. As Business Improvement Districts, these three organization primarily focus on business.
Matt Dorner – Economic Development Director
Beth Weirick – Emeritus Director
President – Lisa Proeber
Vice President – Paul Schwartz
Secretary – Cindy Lindquist
Treasurer – Stacie Callies
Stacie Callies – Executive Director, Westown Association
Tom Erd – Business Representative (The Spice House)
Brigid Jacobs – Resident
Claude Krawczyk – Resident
Mike Bartel– Resident
Lynnea Katz-Petted – Resident
Joe Birdsall – Resident, Quality of Life Chair
Deb Lampe-Revolinski – Resident
Eddie Sturkey – Interim Executive Director, East Town Association
Cindy Lindquist – Resident
Phil Sarol – Resident, Events Chair
Kelly Rodenkirk – Business Representative (Cushman & Wakefield/Boerke)
Mary Voght – Resident
Elyise Brigman – Resident
Steven Michalowski – Resident
Windsor Wrolstad – Resident, Outreach Chair
Jim Plaisted – Executive Director, Historic Third Ward Association
Paul Schwartz– Business Representative (Milwaukee Public Market)
Danielle Coterel – Resident
Lisa Proeber – Resident, President
Eric Paulsen – Resident
Tim Frautschi – Resident
Tony Silvia – Resident
Michael Sullivan– Resident
The Outreach Committee employs social media and traditional marketing to create and nurture relationships with downtown Milwaukee residents and businesses. They are also responsible for producing the newsletter.
Events and Promotions
The Events and Promotions Committee is responsible for organizing and executing fun and exciting events for downtown residents. They work with Milwaukee Downtown, East Town, Historic Third Ward and Westown to organize select DNA offerings at their events.
Quality of Life
The Quality of Life Committee deals with voicing suggestions to the Business Improvement Districts, the Alderman & other elected officials and the City. Additionally, they work with businesses to ensure a great experience for everyone.