Vincent Lyles is the President & CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee. He oversees a budget of more than $22 million and is responsible for 37 Boys & Girls Clubs locations, including Camp Whitcomb/Mason and the more than 35,000 members served annually.
Lyles comes to the Clubs with a proven track record of serving those most in need and has been on the forefront of revitalizing some of the poorest neighborhoods and areas most in need in Milwaukee and across the nation. He previously served as president of M&I Community Development Corp. (CDC) where he grew M&I CDC’s investment portfolio from $53 million to approximately $130 million. Before joining M&I CDC, Lyles was a director with Robert W. Baird & Co. and provided financial advice to Wisconsin municipalities, school districts and special taxing units.
A product of Milwaukee Public Schools’ Madison High School, Lyles is an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Wisconsin Law School.
Lyles is married and has two children.
Lyles became an Honorary Knight on April 11th, 2013,
during his visit to JMAC’s Athletic Banquet as the guest speaker.
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