President & Founder
Brianna Nelson is a Community Organizer with All of Us or None Wisconsin. She is also, a Minnesota native, who was inspired by the George Floyd police involved death to get heavily into Community Organizing.
Brianna Nelson has always had a zeal for her people. She was also an organizer with her church home at Invisible Reality Ministries, where she worked with and alongside Common Ground and MICHA for a couple of years. After the death of George Floyd due to police excessive force, Brianna took her justified anger to the streets of Milwaukee, protesting and chanting “No Justice! No Peace”!
Since then, Brianna has expanded her scope of focus, starting her own organization for women in activism, called Sister’s Keepers MKE. Her focus is geared towards liberating the voices and leadership of women in activism, as she saw a gaping hole in this aspect of the Justice Movement. Her goal is to also work with women transitioning back into the community from prison. As in Brianna’s own words “These are fresh minds untainted by the perils of society and eager to give back, they deserve a second chance too!”
Brianna Nelson came from a family of philanthropists and is now working on her museum to continue her family’s legacy of philanthropy. In partnership with super stars like Kurtis Blow and the Universal HipHop Museum she will achieve her goal. Brianna Nelson is the daughter of the late and esteemed Duane Nelson Sr., who was the brother of the iconic late great Prince Rogers Nelson, formerly known to the world as “Prince “or “The Artist”. Duane Nelson was the man behind Prince and was Brianna Nelson’s father, who story she will tell by virtue of this museum.