In the second installment of the No Wrong Thing series, YWCA Greater Green Bay CEO, Renita Robinson, spoke with Melissa Borowicz, CEO, and Owner of The Utech Group. They again spent the lunch hour in a disarming conversation that many shy away from for fear of saying the wrong thing. They modeled the kind of transparency available in safe spaces, and provided hope for the bridges needing to be built across racial and other demographic differences in women of this region. This candid hour provided a refreshing look at the beauty and strength present when powerful, smart women work together for a common cause. Eliminating racism and empowering women in Brown County starts with conversations like this one.
Melissa Borowicz | Owner & CEO | The Utech Group
Melissa Borowicz is the CEO and an Owner of The Utech Group. With over 16 years of experience working with organizations across the United States and Canada, Melissa is an expert at defining corporate culture and helping organizations maximize and align their teams and people. Her academic achievements and trainings include: a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, a Process Mastery certification from Hammer Company, Certified Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Certified user of DISC, and Certified ECHO Listening Profile practitioner.
Renita Robinson | CEO | YWCA Greater Green Bay
Renita is the Chief Executive Officer of the YWCA Greater Green Bay. Renita has served women, children and low-resourced individuals for over 30 years. Formerly licensed as a graduate social worker (LGSW), and 6-12th grade English and Social Studies teacher, Renita has been an advocate, educator and supporter for the homeless, victims of sexual and domestic violence and individuals marginalized through a variety of oppressions. She holds MEd and MS degrees, and has completed all course work for a doctorate in teaching and learning at the University of Minnesota Duluth. For over 20 years, Renita has developed curriculum, designed conferences and programs and conducted workshops and addressed a wide range of audiences as the owner of Teach ‘Em To Fish, LLC–a non-profit consulting business dedicated to curriculum development and training on a variety of social justice issues.