Ted Matkom has been Wisconsin Market President over the past three years with Gorman & Company. Ted has a wealth of experience in developing both residential and commercial real estate. Past development projects include The Brewhouse Inn & Suites at the former Pabst Brewery, and the Sherman Park Commons senior housing facility. Gorman continues to do scattered site foreclosed housing rehab, revitalizing Milwaukee neighborhoods. In addition to being the President of The Corridor board, he is a member of the Board of Directors for the Milwaukee Area Workforce Investment Board Inc, and serves on the BID #10 Board of Directors. Ted holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Political Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a Doctorate of Law degree from Marquette University.
Jeffrey is a Milwaukee County Assistant District Attorney. Prior to becoming a Community Prosecutor in 2002, Jeff served as a prosecutor in the Milwaukee County District Attorney’s Gun Enforcement Unit, where he helped develop Milwaukee County’s Gun Court and helped coordinate the office’s participation in Project Ceasefire, later known as Project Safe Neighborhoods. Jeff has served in the Drug, Domestic Violence, and General Misdemeanor Units. Jeff graduated from Marquette University with a B.A. in Political Science and earned his law degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Paul is the Vice President of BMO Harris Bank. He has been with the organization for over 20 years. Specializing in Affordable Housing, and Economic Development, Paul is a member of the Racine Development Group, the Ezekiel Community Development Corp., and Vice President of the Habitat for Humanity of Wisconsin. He has also served as a village Trustee for the Germantown Village Board.
Curt is an architect with over 13 years of experience in industrial facility projects. He has a focus on operations analysis, project development, facility design, and client management. Curt has previously served as the Regional Associate Director for the American Institute of Architects, and as the Committee Chair of the Emerging Professionals Committee for AIA Milwaukee.
Pat O’ Brien is president of the Milwaukee Development Corporation (MDC). MDC has supported a number of catalytic community based real estate development projects. He is also executive director of the Milwaukee 7 Regional Economic Development Campaign. While involved in all aspects of the regional economic development, Pat’s primary role is in business retention, expansion and attraction efforts. Pat earned his bachelor’s degree in history from Yale University and his law degree from the University of Virginia Law School.