Key Milwaukee

July 2013

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Achieve financial security h a plan that addresses risk first. nancial plan with a Northwestern Mutual . Together, we'll design a disciplined and protecting, accumulating and managing an take advantage of life's opportunities. s helping you build your financial future? Committed to community support Giving back supports positive neighborhood development western Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, WI (NM) and its subsidiaries. nt Services, LLC, broker-dealer, registered investment adviser, subsidiary of NM, ered through Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company®, Milwaukee, WI, A is a trademark of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. 19-1407 (0612) HOME TO NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL and nearly 600,000 residents, Milwaukee is known for a number of its cultural preferences, for everything from cheese to its professional and amateur sports teams. One tradition Milwaukee may not be as well known for is its commitment to community. With more than one quarter of residents giving time to volunteer to support local nonprofits, Milwaukee is ranked seventh among the 51 largest U.S. metropolitan areas for volunteerism, making it a great place to work and live. Embodying this commitment, Northwestern Mutual encourages its 5,000 Milwaukee-based employees to participate in activities. In 2012, they contributed more than 25,000 volunteer hours to mentoring, drives and support programs. "We believe in the power of the city that we've called home for more than 100 years," said John Schlifske, chairman, president and chief executive 36 officer of Northwestern Mutual, hosting its 133rd Annual Meeting of Network Representatives here this month. "Whether supporting neighborhood development or providing access to higher education, every contribution helps bolster the progress of our community to achieve greatness and success for current and future generations." Outward impact from within Northwestern Mutual's community support and volunteerism is grounded in its Southeastern Wisconsin headquarters, which includes the downtown Milwaukee and Franklin campuses. The spirit of employees' passion to give back to the community is inherent in its company values. African-American Resource Group Earlier this year, members of the company's African-American Employee Resource Group hosted a book drive during Northwestern Mutual's Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service. The group collected more than 4,000 books and donated them to the Next Door Foundation, which

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