WGF Member Town Halls

To our Members and Supporters,

As Wisconsin’s Green Fire enters our third year, we’re grateful for the support we’ve received and the accomplishments our members have made possible.  A lot of things have changed since 2017 and we now is a good time to take stock and look ahead.  We’re inviting you to join a virtual Town Hall meeting to give us your input on our work.

Over the next few months our Board of Directors will be conducting a strategic assessment. We want to gauge the effectiveness of our current work and identify our best opportunities for creating positive impact. That means translating our mission into practical questions, like how we serve and communicate with members, what issues we take on, and ultimately, what real changes in Wisconsin we’re seeking to influence.  It’s important work that every successful organization needs to take on regularly.

We want to start this effort by talking with and listening to YOU. We want to understand your experience, listen to your ideas, and hear your complements and your criticisms. Will you join us?  Please register using the links below.

What:  Wisconsin’s Green Fire Town Halls. 90-minute conversations with our members. WGF leaders will open and facilitate the calls.

When: Three scheduled video calls with up to 12 WGF members.

1). Monday April 15th, 6:30 – 8:00 PM – Register Here

2).  Monday April 22nd, 6:30 – 8:00 PM – Register Here

3).  Thursday May 2nd, 9:00 – 10:30 AM – Register Here

Want to join a call, but your schedule does not fit our schedule?  We’ll have an on-line survey available soon – please check back.

Questions: We want to hear from YOU in an open conversation, and we’ll be inviting you to respond to these and other questions:

  • What are we doing well? What are we doing that we could improve?  What are we not doing that we should be doing?
  • We have a new Governor and a new administration. How should that change our strategies or our work? How would you describe Green Fire’s best niche in 2019?
  • Tell us about your own experience as a Green Fire member. How well are we engaging you in our work? What could we do to improve your experience as a member?