MEET THE TEAM

 

 

 

Jonathon Jagow

Jonathon was raised on a small alligator farm just outside the city. Growing up he knew he wanted more than the alligators could offer. After a near death experience with one of the lesser-trained alligators he decided to pursue other life aspirations. Being no stranger to dangerous situations, Jonathon went on to the police academy and specialized in hostage negotiations. With more and more hostages doing their own negotiating, his skills were lost to a niche market. In early 2016 Jonathon went undercover to better hew his negotiation skills, and now he works at Save Milwaukee.

Shlomo Levin

Shlomo Levin

Owner

Shlomo decided to design Save Milwaukee after trying escape rooms in lots of other cities and realizing there were none in our hometown. He wanted to make sure it was quest based, giving agents a mission other than escaping a room, and specifically themed to our city.

He also runs Milwaukee Seven Seat Bike Tours (www.sevenseat.bike). He bought his first seven seat bike after seeing them on ebay- they just seemed like too much fun to pass up. Now there are two, and in addition to tours they can be used for basketball- a game in which each bike is equipped with a net and 50 dodge balls and riders try to score points by throwing balls into the net on the other teams bike as they circle.

Shlomo has a number of eclectic hobbies. One is jiu-jitsu, in which he once cleverly won a bronze medal by entering a division with just two competitors.

Alycia Kender

Alycia Kender

Alycia also works as a high school teacher. She enjoys hiking and exploring our city.

Ben Mills

Ben Mills

Ben was born and raised in Milwaukee. He enjoys working at Save Milwaukee because he likes meeting new people. In addition to movies and football, his hobbies include collecting spores, molds, and fungi.

Miles Roeske

Miles Roeske

Myles studies biomedical engineering at Marquette University. He is fascinated by the medical possibilities of three dimensional printing and wants to use that technique to create medical devices specifically tailored to a patient. Myles also aspires to appear in a future Olympics, although he hasn’t yet decided what sport.