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YP Boot Camp: Milwaukee

Feb 11 9:00 AM - Feb 11, 2020 3:30 PM
Feb 11, 2020 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM


9:00 am

9:15 am – 9:30 am
Welcome & Introductions

9:30 am – 10:30 am
Partnering with Junior Achievement to Inspire & Prepare Students to Succeed in a Global Economy

Tracy Cinealis, VP of Program Partnerships | Junior Achievement

Learn about some of the most popular programs in Wisconsin and how you and your colleagues can make a huge impact in your community. Some of these hands-on, minds-on programs include: JA BizTown and JA Finance Park, JA Career Exploration Fair, JA Job Shadow, JA Career Speakers Series, JA It’s My Future, JA in a Day, JA Excellence Through Ethics, JA It’s My Job (Soft Skills), JA Titan/Business Challenge. 

Together, we can improve our communities by inspiring a generation to believe anything is possible.

Learning Objectives
  • Discover ways to help students make the connection between what they learn in school and how it applies to the real world
  • Learn about Junior Achievement programs and resources

10:30 am – 10:45 am

10:45 am – 11:30 am
Tour of BizTown & Finance Park

11:30 am – 12:30 pm

12:30-1:30 pm
Financial Education for Youth

Victor Frasher, Director of Community Engagement | Educators Credit Union

If we want to prepare kids and young adults for life after school, we need to be using methods that speak to them. Making effective use of next-gen tools to provide students with financial education and understanding ways to keep them engaged are critical components in this effort.

Learning Objectives
  • Identify next-gen tools and learn how to use them effectively
  • Discover ways to collaborate with your local schools

1:30 pm – 1:45 pm

1:45 pm – 3:00 pm
Community Service Project

3:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Josh Roberts, VP of System Collaboration & Development | The League

Review of key learning components from the day and share your takeaways.

3:30 pm


Josh Roberts, CUDE, CCUE, VP of System Collaboration & Development | The League

Josh is responsible for promoting credit union service and outreach, fostering opportunities for credit union growth, and leading The League’s development program for Wisconsin's young credit union professionals, the YP Network. You can also find Josh helping Wisconsin's small credit unions with operational consulting and provides strategy assistance by facilitating Strategic Planning Sessions with credit union leaders, staff and boards.

Josh has more than 18 years of experience in the financial industry, having served credit unions as a vice president, controller, and compliance officer.  In fact, he joined The League’s YP program as a credit union employee and served previously as a member of the YP Advisory Board, a YP Advisor to the League Board, and a chapter president for the Metro Milwaukee Chapter of Credit Unions. 

Victor Frasher, CUDE, Director of Community Engagement | Educators Credit Union

Victor is a financial literacy advocate for advising and educating the community of best financial practices. Starting his financial career as a co-op teller at a local financial some 20 years ago, Victor has been involved in the credit union movement ever since 1999. 

As a lifelong resident of Racine, Victor dedicates his time to various local organizations in addition Victor is Board Member Junior Achievement Racine/Kenosha Counties, Wisconsin Woman Business Initiative advisory team for southeastern Wisconsin, City of Racine’s Community Development Committee. 

In 2019 Victor completed Wisconsin Credit Union’s League Leadership Institute. Victor was proud to accept the 2018 Governor’s Award for Financial Literacy for Educators Credit Union.  Victor also serves on the advisory boards for Oak Creek High School, Kenosha Unified School District and Racine Unified School District. Past service includes Hispanic Business Professionals Association, Young Professionals of Racine and LGBT center of Racine.

Tracy Cinealis, VP of Program Partnerships | Junior Achievement, Inc.

In her role, Tracy is a member of the senior leadership team and works to develop and maintain strategic partnerships that empower and inspire students to dream big and succeed in a global economy.

Tracy has a BA in Communication from The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. She spent the first half of her career in nonprofit development and then became a Certified Senior Advisor and held several leadership positions in senior care. She has helped develop an assisted living community which specialized in memory care and then started her own LLC providing training and development services for healthcare and nonprofit organizations. She officially went back to nonprofit management in the spring of 2018 when she started working for Junior Achievement.

Tracy’s personal mission is to Make Today Count! She is active in her church, is a board member for the Women’s Leadership Institute at Lakeland University and Hands of Time, Inc., volunteers for the Alzheimer’s Association and Feed My Starving Children, and enjoys spending time with her husband and three children in Door County and Green Lake.



Junior Achievement of Wisconsin – Milwaukee office
11111 W Liberty Drive | Milwaukee, WI  53224
(414) 577-3800


Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee Northwest Conference Center
11600 West Park Place, Milwaukee, WI 53224
P: (414) 359-9823
Rate: $115 plus tax
Room block expires: Tuesday, January 21

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This is a complimentary event for members of The League's YP Network.

All League members aged 35-years and younger are invited to join the YP Network at no cost.

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Topics Covered

  • In-Person
  • Free
  • Young Professional

Sponsored By

Corporate Central Credit Union