Celebrating 30 Years

of Black Community Impact


We Are Throwing A Community-Wide Cocktail Party
To Celebrate 30 Years Of Community Impact

November 11

6-7 pm: Mingling/Social Hour/Meet Staff

7-8: Main Event

8-10: Dance Party with Kinfolk

Monona Terrace

Community Terrace, 2nd Level

Nehemiah had its beginnings in 1992 with a small group of young visionary Black leaders that had a dream of building up the growing Black community in Dane County. Now 30 years later, we want to invite you to celebrate the impact Nehemiah has made on the Black community and the enrichment of the entire community in the process. 

Founder and President Rev. Dr. Alex Gee, current and former staff, volunteers, and those impacted by Nehemiah will be coming together to celebrate. 
Rather than the typical annual banquet, we are throwing a dance party to commemorate our impact and love for this entire community.

Come and connect with one another, reflect on Nehemiah’s legacy, and share in Nehemiah’s bright future.

Dr. Gee Shares An Inspiring Brief Look Back 

At Nehemiah’s Vision

Strengthening the Black community

Nehemiah cultivates character, leadership, and economic development for the African American community through culturally grounded programs and strategic systemic change.