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Darienne Driver
Darienne Driver is the first female superintendent of MPS – and one of its youngest. It’s a pressure-cooker job, but she is prepped for the test.
By Larry Sandler

 
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Darienne Driver
Darienne Driver is the first female superintendent of MPS – and one of its youngest. It’s a pressure-cooker job, but she is prepped for the test.
Larry Sandler | 12/2/2014
Ricardo Diaz
Hispanic leader Ricardo Diaz, once a vocal critic of the Old Guard, is now part of it. His voice may be softer, but his passion can’t be quelled.
Rich Rovito | 11/6/2014
Point of View: Sid McCain
Sid McCain is a former bigwig in the music industry and the daughter of a world-famous politician. What's she doing in Milwaukee?
Corrinne Hess | 10/7/2014
Rev. Willie Brisco
As a religious activist, the Rev. Willie Brisco doesn’t hold back. Bluntness is his battle-ax against racism and poverty.
Barbara Miner | 7/29/2014
Frank Gimbel
In his 50-year career, attorney Frank Gimbel has prosecuted the mafia and overseen the city’s arenas and convention center. He’s used to the hot seat.
Kurt Chandler | 7/1/2014
Tiffany Krihwan
As senior captain on Wisconsin’s flagship, the Denis Sullivan, since 2008, Tiffany Krihwan breaks the mold of typical salty (or even freshwater) sea dogs.
Howie Magner | 6/3/2014
John Dargle Jr.
New County Parks director John Dargle Jr. is – dare we say? – still green to the job. But he’s got big plans to shake up the status quo.
Claire Hanan | 4/30/2014
Bob Reitman
Now approaching his sixth decade on Milwaukee’s airwaves, Bob Reitman knows his records (the vinyl kind) from his records (the Guinness variety).
Tim McCormick | 4/2/2014
Nikiya Harris
Milwaukee native Nikiya Harris is a newbie in the state Senate, which isn’t always chummy with the city. But, as one of 13 siblings, she knows how to play nice.
Barbara Miner | 3/5/2014
Lyle Balistreri
Union boss Lyle Balistreri was always ready to rumble when negotiating for tradesmen. But as he retires, he admits confrontation is doomed to fail.
Milwaukee Magazine Staff | 1/31/2014
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