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In his role as Executive Director, Tony serves as UNCOM's Chief Executive Officer and leads all aspects of administration, operations, programs, fundraising and services for the Milwaukee non-profit organization.

Prior to joining UNCOM, Tony served as Manager of Community Relations for Harley-Davidson, Inc. In that role, Tony developed strategic plans and implemented outreach and programs for a number of initiatives including the Harley-Davidson Foundation, corporate support of both the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) and community grassroots outreach to support major company sponsored motorcycle events and initiatives.

Before joining Harley-Davidson, Tony held development, community and public relations management positions for a wide range of organizations including the Milwaukee Bucks Professional Basketball Inc., the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee and public relations and marketing firms.

Over the years, Tony has served on various community boards and volunteered for several initiatives. Currently, his community involvement includes serving on the Board of Directors for the Milwaukee Area Health Education Center as well as the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin where he is chair of the Public Affairs Committee. Tony also serves as Publisher of the Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service.

Tony holds both a Masters Degree in Management and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interpersonal Communications from Cardinal Stritch University where he also serves as Adjunct Faculty in the University's College of Business and Management. He and his wife Christa, who serves as Associate Director of the annual fund for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, have two daughters Ashley who is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Sports Psychology at Minnesota State University and Sophia a high school student. The entire family is passionate about school, club and college volleyball.

In his role as Director of the Jobs program, Chee serves as UNCOM’s main contact with the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board with the out of school youth population 16 to 20 years old. The program is funded through the Workforce Investment Act providing support and service for youth to accomplish their education and occupational goals.

Prior to joining UNCOM, Chee was an Ongoing Case Manager with the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare. He provided assessments, supervision, support, and resources to ensure a safe and positive environment for children.

Before joining the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare, Chee was the Out of School Youth Coordinator for the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board formerly known as the Private Industry Council. He has spent most of his professional career working directly with youth and the WI department of corrections.

Chee holds a Bachelor of Science in Social Welfare from the University Wisconsin-Milwaukee. He is married to his wife May and is the proud father two sons and a daughter. When not working Chee loves to play and watch sports, reads and enjoys traveling with his family.

As the Director of Integrated Projects, Terrence serves as the chief training, professional development, and electronic infrastructure professional of UNCOM. He identifies and executes training strategies, and assesses the infrastructure of the trainings. He also manages UNCOM's Integrated Data System and all technology initiatives related to UNCOM.

Prior to joining UNCOM, Terrence worked at Journey House in the Youth Leadership & Athletics department for ten years, where he helped to develop youth in technology, the workforce, education, culture & arts, health & fitness, and financial literacy. He also coached Journey House’s basketball team and was the go to person to solve any technical issues for the department.

Terrence has an Associate degree in Applied Science in Computer Information Systems – Programmer/ Analyst from M.A.T.C. (Milwaukee Area Technical College).

In his leisure time, Terrence enjoys running, cycling, playing basketball, reading, writing, learning new things (history buff), and spending time with his wife and two kids.