Brian Polk is excited to work with the Connections team because he’s a passionate and steadfast advocate for self-empowerment and is committed to assisting others to achieve their goals.
Brian brings more than 10 years of experience in the human services field working with at-risk youth and adult populations. Before joining Connections, Brian worked at St. Charles Youth and Family Services, Inc., as a program manager and served as the vice president of 24-hour residential programs. In these roles, he assisted youth with emotional, behavioral and mental health issues. Brian has also worked in various capacities of case management, implementation of individual services and crisis plans, and aftercare planning for individuals.
A life-long resident of Racine, Brian is married and the proud father of two daughters. He serves as a committed role model and advocate for youth and others through athletic coaching. Brian is also elated to be a founding member of Positive Men Making a Difference, which is a non-profit organization comprised of African American businessmen and leaders. The organization is currently working with the Racine Unified School District and the Violence-Free Zone Project.
Brian earned a bachelor of arts degree in criminology and legal studies from Marquette University and later a juris doctorate from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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