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Alder Steve King

Alder Steve King

Home Address:
6948 Country Ln
Madison , WI 53719

Phone: 608-235-9868
district7@cityofmadison.com
Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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 CAREER/OCCUPATION

Current Position:

  • SSM Health Care (St. Mary's Hospital and Dean)
    • System Leader - Employee Experience 

Former Positions:

  • St. Mary's Hospital - SSM Health Care of Wisconsin - Regional Director of Organizational Development and Talent Management
  • Meriter Hospital - Learning and Development Manager
  • Mind the Gap Consulting - Owner/Consultant
  • Spectrum Brands/Rayovac - Manager, Training and Organizational Development

 

EDUCATION
  • BA, Economics and International Studies - Portland State
  • MA, Political Science - UW Madison

 

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS/COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
  • Past-President - American Society of Training and Development - South Central Wisconsin Chapter
  • Madison Area Diversity Roundtable
  • Madison Organizational Development Roundtable (MOD Squad)
  • Leadership Greater Madison Graduate - 2009
  • MPD Citizen Police Academy Graduate - 2008

 

Initiatives

The primary ongoing initiative in District 7 will be to ensure that all areas of the District are covered by an active neighborhood association.  While a majority of the District is served by an association, a large part of the Northwest quadrant of the District is not.  I'll continue to try to engage residents in a process to help fill this gap.  There are a number of city resources, including the Department of Planning and Development and West Side Neighborhood Resource Team, that can play a part in this process.

The second broad initiative is economic development.  We are struggling on the SW side to compete with both Fitchburg and Verona to remain competitive for development projects. It is vital that we work to streamline development processes and be responsive to the market, while protecting the factors that contribute to our vibrant quality of life in Madison.   Good economic development projects within the city are key to improving our tax base and giving us the ability to pay for the basic services we need and enjoy.