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MILWAUKEE – February 4, 2015 – The law firm of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. (WHD) is pleased to announce Jack Enea’s addition to Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee’s Board of Trustees.
Enea is an attorney in the Milwaukee office of Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C. where he is co-leader of the Trusts & Estates Team and a member of the Corporate Transactions and Agribusiness teams. He focuses his practice on business and tax law, estate planning, estate administration, and real estate transactions and development. He is also a licensed Certified Public Accountant.
“I am honored to join the Board of Trustees of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee,” says Enea, a member of the Finance Committee. “I look forward to contributing to the tremendous services the Clubs provide to the Milwaukee community and furthering the mission of the Clubs.”
Enea is a long-time member of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Washington County Board of Trustees, as well as a former board member for the West Bend Community Foundation.
“We are pleased to welcome Jack to the Board of Trustees,” said Vincent Lyles, President & CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. “His proven commitment to our community’s children and the professional expertise he brings make him a great fit for our organization.”
Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C., one of Wisconsin’s leading full-service law firms, plays a significant role in shaping political, economic, environmental and legal landscapes. With offices in Milwaukee, Madison and Waukesha County, Wis., and Chicago, the firm has more than 150 professionals practicing in more than 50 industry and specialty areas. WHD is committed to delivering exceptional service and innovative, practical solutions to state, regional and national clients.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee (BGCGM), one of the largest and longest youth-serving agencies in Milwaukee, offers structured after-school and summer programming to more than 41,000 children and teens each year. Within the safety of 44 locations, youth have access to free meals, academic support, role models and opportunities to build character and explore new interests.
Through programs like SPARK Early Literacy Initiative and World of Work, the Clubs provide a structured pathway for members to thrive in all stages of their education and gain valuable job experience that will help them develop successful careers as adults.
More than 86 percent of the organization’s annual budget goes toward youth programming. Charity Navigator, America’s largest and most-utilized charity evaluator, has given BGCGM its highest rating five years in a row. For more information, please visit http://www.boysgirlsclubs.org.