KABA fills new post

There is a newly created position at the Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA), the director of talent development, with Brooke Infusino being tapped to fill it.   She will join KABA on October 29th.

Brooke Infusino

In the newly created position for the organization, Infusino will have a variety of duties relating to the development and advancement of Kenosha County’s workforce.  Her role will include serving as a liaison to our primary, secondary and post-secondary education system; administering its mentor, scholarship and other programs supported by the KABA Foundation; and serving as the executive director of Y-Link,  Kenosha County’s young professional organization.

Infusino previously held a position as editor at Zizzo Group Marketing + PR + New Media, where she focused on developing content, organizing workflow and managing creative campaigns for national media, healthcare, and financial organizations.

She also has held positions with a Chicago-based B2B and B2C trade publishing firm, several regional business publications, and a non-profit youth academic achievement program in Madison, Wisconsin.

Infusino earned a bachelor’s degree in life sciences communications from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Along with Y-Link, she is a member of FUEL Milwaukee and serves as an adjunct instructor at Gateway Technical College in Kenosha.

About KABA

KABA is Kenosha County’s economic development organization and employers’ association. KABA provides a range of economic development and business services to its nearly 400 member investors and to prospective members as well.  KABA manages a portfolio of economic development revolving loan funds that are used to provide low-interest loans to new and expanding businesses to support job creation. Additionally, KABA serves as a clearing house for site selection and economic information.  KABA also delivers a number of training programs designed to upgrade the skills of area workers.

Through its education foundation, KABA plays an active role in the Kenosha area’s education system including an elementary school mentoring program, annual scholarship awards, and support for various technology-related initiatives.

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