Kiri SalinasAudio Production Manager (she/her)
Avril Lavigne at the Regency Mall in 2004.
I enjoy seeing Broadway musical performances at the Marcus Performing Arts Center, going to concerts, binge-watching shows, camping, and traveling to new cities and visiting as many Hard Rock Cafes as possible (I’ve been to 30 so far).
Favorite MKE restaurant:
There’s too many to choose from! Top choices would have to be Botanas, Crafty Cow, Bacchus and Barnacle Bud's.
Can’t go wrong with a brandy old fashioned sweet. I also love sour beers or a good ol’ Coke Zero.
In the season finale of By Every Measure, hosts Tarik Moody, Reggie Jackson and Kim Shine reflect on the thread that connects every conversation: Black resilience.
What's being done to narrow the chasm? How is Milwaukee closing the racial wealth gap? Who is driving the work? Royal Capital is a Milwaukee-based investment firm leading by example.
In the 1970s, obtaining financing for a home or business was not always an equitable experience, even for qualified Black borrowers. But despite the barriers to capital, one Milwaukee community emerged: Halyard Park.
In this episode, we bring together leaders with firsthand experience in the delivery room to address an issue that has plagued the city for years.
How is Milwaukee doing at retaining its Black and Brown talent? Our search for an answer led us to two groups trying to build a more diverse professional community in the city.
Season two of "By Every Measure" starts with a two-part exploration of Black "brain drain" as Milwaukee struggles to retain creative, innovative members of the community. On episode one, we ask: Is there a glass ceiling for Black creatives in Milwaukee?