UW-Green Bay is one of the sponsors for the upcoming CURRENT ANNUAL LEADERS LUNCHEON
Current’s “Leaders Luncheon” brings together community leaders of all ages to learn more about the success of Current’s programming and the impact it’s having on their mission to attract, engage, develop and retain young talent. Additionally, an invited community leader is placed at each table to allow an opportunity for young professionals to meet and interact with those who have significantly more leadership experience while allowing those same leaders to learn about our area’s young talent. This event is open to the public and individuals of all ages are encouraged to attend!! Please join us!!!
Click here to view the most recent list of leaders who will participate in this year’s event.
|About the Speaker
Brian Lee Danzinger
Commerce and Web Development Manager for Bank Mutual Danzinger has worked at Bank Mutual for the last 14 years; he currently manages and develops the organization’s internet and web based initiatives to improve customer service communication and to expand business delivery channels. His above-and-beyond efforts earned Danzinger the title of Associate of the Year in 2009. For the last 11 years, Danzinger has been an instructor at area colleges. He facilitates career-directed accelerated education programs, both undergraduate and graduate. As a personal trainer he does his part to build a healthy community, one body at a time. Additionally, Danzinger is a Lieutenant for the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve and an elected alderman for the City of Green Bay. Danzinger was selected as a 2010 Future 15 recipient and subsequently chosen as Current’s Young Professional of the Year.
Additional information about CURRENT:
Human Resources blog: http://blog.uwgb.edu/hr/page/2/
Current Website: www.greenbaycurrent.org
Brief, 3 minute video: http://vimeo.com/15433618
Enrollment Link: www.surveymonkey.com/s/currentmembership
Please contact Human Resources at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920) 465-2390 if you have any questions.