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I intended these lists to highlight the beauty of the diversity in our community.
He also led the recent purchase of 197 Wehrenberg Theatres screens at 14 locations in four states, increasing the company’s footprint by 29 percent.
In addition to leading Marcus Theatres, Rodriguez is also a member of The Marcus Corporation’s investment committee and in 2015 assumed responsibility for The Marcus Corporation’s real estate portfolio, including all corporate real estate, retail leasing and real estate activity.
She has more than 20 years’ experience collaborating in the Madison community helping people navigate the complexities of our healthcare system, especially among linguistically and financially isolated communities.
She’s also a passionate and energetic dancer and shameless evangelist for local music and dancing, serving several years on the Board of Directors of Dane the founding Executive Director of Voces de la Frontera, a low-wage and immigrant workers center with chapters in Milwaukee, Racine, Madison, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Waukesha, Walworth County and the Fox Cities.
She is recognized as a national leader in immigration reform, serving on the board of a national coalition of the Fair Immigration Reform Movement (FIRM) and featured in national interviews on National Public Radio and CNN.