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Meet Our Team

Bregetta Wilson, MS, LPC-IT

Bregetta Wilson, MS, LPC-IT holds a master’s degree in Community Psychology from Alverno College and a BS in Human Service Management from Cardinal Stritch University. Her work began as an advocate for youth in foster care over fifteen years ago. She is one of the founding foster alumnae that supported the State of Wisconsin in spearheading the Wisconsin Youth Advisory Council that advocates on behalf of children in Foster Care. She has a passion for community and advocacy and works to address the challenges that individuals face around poverty, oppression and social detriments of health. As a previous Community Health Navigator for Children’s Hospital, she worked in the Metcalfe Park Community providing resources, support and education to families. She has also facilitated healing circles at Walnut Way for women of color.

Ms. Wilson has conducted workshops around advocacy, participated on panel discussions and has been trained in community building. She is a recipient of the Milwaukee Times Black Excellence Award for Child & Youth Advocacy, Milwaukee Millennial Magic Award and on behalf of the Milwaukee Black History Month Committee; she received the Community Champion Award, which highlights trailblazers in the community doing great work. She always tries to find the positive side of things despite how negative things may appear. Bregetta is a mom to three beautiful children; she loves dancing, laughing, traveling, collecting crystals, working out and spending time with her family and friends.

Braxton Clark

I grew up on Milwaukee’s north side the youngest of five. Later we moved to Brown Deer where I completed my high school education. I am currently pursing my dream to graduate from Marquette University with a bachelor’s degrees in both Computer Science & Data Science. My involvement in the Educational Opportunity Program offers the academic support, facilities, tutors, and community that I will need to be successful at Marquette. I am looking forward to working Here at the Greater Milwaukee Foundation, I want to offer the best of my background and knowledge to aid in our mission of "...providing exemplary service, nurturing relationships for generations and honoring commitment."


Laice Perry

I am a senior at Marquette University studying Corporate Communications with a minor in Psychology. While on campus, I try to stay as involved as possible by working with various organizations. This lets me have an active stake in my academic community and allows myself the time to engage with fellow students. I currently serve as the Vice President of the Student Advisory Board of the Educational Opportunity Program and I am also the Public Relations & Marketing Chair for the newly charted Campus Curlz, Incorporated. If I’m not on campus, I am typically with my mom trying new hot yoga places around Milwaukee or at home trying to make new tasty pescatarian dishes.