Network and learn about major programs, projects, and initiatives impacting downtown Madison.
All DMI members are welcome to join us for “What’s Up Downtown”! Complimentary pastries, fruit, coffee and tea will be provided. IN-PERSON ONLY EVENT!
Rob Master, Executive Chair, The Varsity Collective Charitable Fund
Mitchell Pinta, Deputy Athletic Director, Wisconsin Athletics
Megan L.W. Jerabek, Sports Law Attorney, von Briesen & Roper, s.c.
Danielle Hart, Student-Athlete, Wisconsin Volleyball
Greg Scalzo, On-Air Host & Director of Sales, Good Karma Brands/ESPN Radio
Game Changer: Learn How Sweeping Changes to Name, Image and Likeness (NIL) Rules Are Benefiting Wisconsin Student-Athletes and How The Varsity Collective is Helping Badgers Navigate Their New Opportunities as Community and Brand Ambassadors Amid the Changing Face of College Athletics
DMI is no longer requiring full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to attend in-person events, but still encourage all attendees and members to get fully vaccinated and boosted and follow CDC guidelines. Masks are also optional and welcome at this event. Individuals experiencing symptoms of sickness are asked to please not attend in-person.
Pay upon entry parking (cash-only) will be available on-site for $5.00/vehicle. To make entry and exit to the garage efficient, please bring cash. If the garage fills, additional parking is located in the City of Madison State Street Capitol garage located at 214 N. Carroll St. and standard parking rates apply. A limited amount of street parking may also be available. Metro Transit and bicycle transportation are options as well.