Tamara Bryant and her family are heavily involved in Madison's cross-country skiing community.
After graduating from Memorial High School in 2015, Peterson-Weber, 23, spent three years as an undergrad at UW-Madison before joining the university's School of Pharmacy in 2018.
Michael Graf has written five screenplays: "Winter of Frozen Dreams," "The Last Indian War," "Throwing Hammers," "Venice of America" and "Picket Charlie," a just-finished environmental action picture tackling climate change.
In 1992, Kathy Kuntz enrolled in UW-Madison, expecting to earn a PhD in history, but it was a temp job as a receptionist at a nonprofit that led her into what would become a career in energy.
Lessner started out in the laundromat business when he was about 10 years old helping his dad.
Armstrong has dedicated nearly 40 years of his life to restoring local landscapes in Wisconsin.
As an IT consultant for the state judiciary and a youth soccer coach, Matt Kohl has found himself adapting to the fluid environment of COVID-19.
Wheeler is the managing editor of Radiolab, the show that explores heavy scientific and philosophical issues with an eccentric style and sound.
Jocelyn Lepinski grew up in Stevens Point with a woodworking father, who put a hammer in her hand as soon as she could hold one.
Charles McLimans said the coronavirus outbreak has put considerable strain on area residents, boosting demand for the nonprofit's services.
As an American Indian curriculum consultant at UW-Madison’s School of Education, Omar Poler helps integrate concepts of Native history, culture and tribal sovereignty into the curriculum.
We profiled 51 members of the Madison community in 2019. Here are their stories.
Madison Parks engineer Corey Stelljes, who took up biking after an injury forced him to quit running, competes against some of the sport's best riders.
It's hard to leave an interaction with John Marshall without a smile. The lead clerk at the Wingra Drive post office on Madison's South Side might even rewrap your package.
Cedric Johnson also serves on the boards of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, Boys and Girls Club of Dane County and NewBridge, which serves older adults in Madison and Monona.
Mark Richardson connects "talent" — the prospective employees he coaches — with "opportunity" — potential employers — by relying on connections he's made in the Madison area.
Masood Akhtar has started a nonprofit, We Are Many – United Against Hate, which he calls a movement to end hatred, racism and intolerance of others.
Stan and Yolanda Woodard have pressed forward with their desire and personal obligation to put others before themselves in their public and personal lives.
Bonnie Oleson, the public address voice of University of Wisconsin women’s sports, recently completed her 20th season as the PA announcer for the UW volleyball team.
Architect and designer Melissa Destree is responsible for the look and feel of many of Madison's most distinctive and high-profile restaurants.
When his remains were finally returned three years later, more than 3,000 mourners would march the three miles to his burial at Forest Hill Cemetery.
As artist-in-residence for the Bubbler at Madison Public Library program, Hannah Bennett has held open studios and led workshops for children and adults.
Sam D. White has spent nearly his entire life living in Madison and devoting himself to the theater as well as jobs that help others.
Sandy Eichel is a financial adviser with Northwestern Mutual, a professional speaker, and in her free time raises thousands of dollars for Madison schools.