President Michael R. Lovell and Derek Mosley, director of Marquette University Law School’s Lubar Center for Public Policy Research and Civic Education, were named to the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Milwaukee Area’s 2023 Power Brokers list.
Also featured on the list are Marquette trustees Nancy Hernandez, Grad ’02; Vincent Lyles; and Peggy Troy, Nurs ’74, and trustees emeriti Mary Ellen Stanek, Arts ’78, and Anne A. Zizzo, Jour ’87.
The list, compiled by the Milwaukee Business Journal each year, features those within the Milwaukee area who others turn to when they need to get something done, whether it’s a business deal, community project or raising money for a great cause.
Under President Lovell’s leadership, Marquette has executed its $600 million campus master plan, which has included constructing new buildings for the College of Business Administration, Physician Assistant Studies, Athletic and Human Performance Research and The Commons residence hall, in addition to upcoming Wellness + Recreation and College of Nursing projects. Lovell also helped create the Near West Side Partners, a nonprofit aimed at revitalizing and sustaining Milwaukee’s Near West Side area as a residential and business corridor.
Mosley, a judge of the Milwaukee Municipal Court for 20 years and a 1995 alumnus of the Marquette University Law School, began his role within the Law School on Jan. 9. He will conduct public events and work with colleagues to develop robust programming that will fulfill and expand the Law School’s role as a public square for timely and important public policy discussions.