KABA news

Leading Through Relationships

When thinking about my leadership journey, my immediate thought is on the power and influence that relationships have had throughout […]

Kenosha County continues to be the hotspot for new development

Sometimes you have to look back at where you’ve been to see how far you’ve come. I’ll admit that maybe […]

Nobody should be left on the sidelines

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and other headwinds, industrial development activity in the County continues at a record-breaking pace with over […]

KABA Vice President Heather Wessling Grosz to leave the organization on Jan. 2

KABA Vice President Heather Wessling Grosz recently announced plans to leave her position on January 2, 2023 for a new […]

Leadership Through Crisis

Recently I shared with my team members that this has been the most challenging year of my leadership career – […]

KABA President Todd Battle announces he will leave the organization at year end

KABA President Todd Battle recently announced plans to leave his position at the end of year for a new role.  […]

Increasing economic development in every neighborhood

This summer the nation is reckoning with its racial history. The Black Lives Matter movement and the killing of George […]

Positivity x Progress x People

When I took the job as the Director of Athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside, I was a few years […]


Family and community were the main themes Thursday night (Nov. 3) during the annual Kenosha Area Business Alliance Ovation Awards, held inside […]