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Mayor's Office Staff:
Youth Employment Officer
Kischa Buford is the City's new Youth Employment Officer for the City of Racine’s Mayor’s Office. Her role entails building a youth employment program that allows City of Racine residents ages 16-24 to gain experience and insight within City government. She has 10 years
of Recruiting, Community Relations and Workforce development experience working within the public and non-profit sectors.
Prior to taking this role, Kischa was the Recruiter for the City of Milwaukee’s Fire and Police Commission where she oversaw the recruitment, community relations and marketing campaigns for the Milwaukee Fire and Police Departments. Her main objective was to increase diversity and inclusive practices within the
recruitment and testing process as well as, educate the community on the importance of residency and community-serving positions.
& Communications Fellow
Thanks to grant funding from Results for America, the Mayor's Office was able to create a part-time, limited-term Outreach & Communications Fellowship. Shayla Malone was hired and began her Fellowship in October 2021. Shayla is working with the Mayor's Office
and community partners to promote the YWCA Southeast Wisconsin's free 5.09 HSED program and the Racine Financial Empowerment Center (FEC), which the City runs in partnership with Housing Resources, Inc. Shayla is a lifelong Racine resident.
In addition to her Fellowship, Shayla is a full-time Transition Specialist at Gateway Technical College, and brings years of community connections to her work with the City. Shayla’s work is to help ensure city residents know about the resources and programs that are available
Krysta was born and raised in Racine and recently moved back to the City after graduating from UW-Green Bay. As Outreach Specialist, Krysta works with a number of the City’s Departments to assist in the promotion of City programs through community outreach and engagement.
Programs include YWCA SEW’s 5.09 HSED, WRTP/BIG STEP’s & YMCA’s First Choice Pre-Apprenticeship Programs, and the Financial Empowerment Center.
In her role in the Mayor’s office, Krysta hopes to open doors for those who with diverse backgrounds, whether racially/ethnically, or economically. She believes in bringing more chairs to the table to create room for more Racine youth and adults to not only identify their opportunities and challenges, but also help
ensure they have equitable access to seize the opportunities the City of Racine create to better support its residents.
Maxwell Love is the Communications Specialist for the City of Racine Mayor’s Office. He believes everyone has a story worth telling. He’s passionate about helping people build and strengthen their communities through clear and honest communication. He has more than ten years of experience in electoral campaigns and community organizing, including work on college access and affordability on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC and in the Wisconsin State Capitol for the Lt. Governor. Immediately prior to the role, he worked as a volunteer EMT/Firefighter and for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU).
When he’s not at City Hall, you can find him checking out new places to eat around the City of Racine or volunteering. Reach out to him with your story to tell (or restaurant recommendations).
posted on Thursday, June 22, 2023.
Mayor Cory Mason releases media advisory in advance of Pride month celebration.
posted on Monday, June 19, 2023.
Mayor Cory Mason releases statement in support of maternal and infant health budget initiatives.
posted on Thursday, March 16, 2023.
As of Tuesday, March 21st, the Council will now convene at 6 p.m.
posted on Wednesday, May 04, 2022.
Mayor Mason Invites Community to “Racine Bounces Back Events”
posted on Wednesday, March 23, 2022.
GROW Racine is the City of Racine's campaign to invest in our residents, their families, and their success.
posted on Sunday, March 29, 2020.
City of Racine Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates and Information
posted on Tuesday, May 14, 2019.
All City Departments will be closed Memorial Day.
posted on Thursday, April 11, 2019.
Mayor Mason and City Clerk introduce New web portal launched to make applying easier and more transparent.
posted on Tuesday, March 19, 2019.
Mayor Mason and Foxconn Partner on Smart City Initiatives
posted on Thursday, October 11, 2018.
Mayor Cory Mason presented his Budget Address to the Common Council. For more information click Read More.
Budget Presentation Transcript
Proposed Budget Web Page
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