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Future of Higher Education Partnerships

The Future of Higher Education Partnerships    
Event Basics
When:
Thursday, April 23, 2015
11 a.m. Registration & Networking

11:30 a.m. Lunch Served

12 p.m. Presentation

1 p.m. Conclusion
Where:
Oneida Golf and Country Club
207 Country Club Rd

Green Bay, WI  54313
Fee:
$15 Members of Current

$25 Nonmembers of
Current

Free with 2015 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package –
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Menu:
Pasta buffet including two pastas and sauces, assorted pasta toppings, garden salad, dinner rolls, cookies, coffee and water.
Register:
To ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the eamil address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.
Event Overview
The Future of Higher Education Partnerships
When Gary Miller considers the future of his own industry, higher education, it is impossible to conceptualize the university of tomorrow without a corresponding effort to anticipate the future needs of the city and region.


Since his arrival last summer, UW-Green Bay’s chancellor has spent countless hours meeting with local employers, civic leaders, elected officials, alumni and current students to gather ideas on Green Bay’s future. He views campus and community as full partners in shaping that future. While UW-Green Bay will continue to honor the great traditions of liberal-arts learning, it will survive and thrive only if it embraces the disruptive innovations that challenge those traditions at every turn.


In a rapidly evolving, Innovation Age economy, Miller sees three keys in powering the future:  innovation, the transformative power of education, and regionally focused partnerships.
About the Speaker
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Gary L. Miller
Chancellor

University of Wisconsin-Green Bay


Dr. Gary L. Miller began his role as the sixth chancellor of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on Aug. 1, 2014 and his installation was held Friday, Nov. 14, 2014.


Prior to joining UW-Green Bay, Miller was the fourth chancellor and seventh leader of the University of North Carolina Wilmington. After his arrival at UNCW in July 2011, Dr. Miller spearheaded the university’s focus on three core values: a commitment to the journey of learning, a deep love of place and dedication to the power of ideas and innovation to change lives.


His initiatives have included forming the Chancellor’s Office for Community Partnerships, supporting a number of programs focused on applied learning and the undergraduate academic experience, developing the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, establishing the University Innovation Council, and guiding the growth of the CREST Research Park, among many other endeavors. During his tenure, the university has launched an innovative online nursing program, opened a $30 million-marine biotechnology business development and research building, and received reaccreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.


Dr. Miller serves on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU), a national higher education organization consisting of public and private colleges across the country that value the importance of teaching, research and service to their communities. He is a member of the National Campus Compact Board and the Executive Board of the North Carolina Campus Compact. He is chair of the Colonial Athletic Association Council of Presidents.


Dr. Miller also serves on the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) Committee for Economic and Workforce Development. He is a member of a collaborative steering committee focused on a post-collegiate outcomes initiative funded by the Gates Foundation. The initiative’s partners include the AASCU, the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU), and the American Association of Community Colleges (AACU). He previously participated as a member of the task force that developed the student learning outcomes component of the Voluntary System of Accountability, a joint project of the APLU and the AASCU.

 

CURRENT-After 5 at The Bar – Suamico & Upcoming Events

After 5 at The Bar – Suamico    
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Event Basics
When: Wednesday, April 1, 2015
5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Open house format.
Where: The Bar – Suamico
2310 Lineville Rd
Green Bay, WI  54313
Fee: FREECash bar.
Register: Registration appreciated for planning purposes and nametags.Register online. (Be sure to use the email we have on file for you when registering.)

 

Event Overview
The Bar of Suamico is proud to be the latest addition to Northeast Wisconsin’s premiere sports bar family. Featuring more than 13,000 sq ft. of space, 39 HD screens, 36 draft lines and our world famous wings, The Bar of Suamico is the perfect place to catch your favorite team in action.Grab your friends and colleagues for this casual, open house format event and meet other young professionals in the Greater Green Bay area.

The Bar

 

Free your closet space by ridding yourself of clothing you’re no longer wearing such as dress pants, shirts, shoes, accessories and dresses. Give them a new life and help to promote the “Teens 2 Work” progam at the Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay (BGCGB).

There is a “Clothing Closet” at both BGCGB locations that supplies teens with professional clothing to help demonstrate the proper way to prepare for and execute a successful interview, including how to dress.

Click here for more information about the program and Emerging Leaders Society’s effort to support this initiative.

 

 

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A CEO’s Perspective on Change Lunch n’ Learn & Upcoming Events

CURRENT-PerspectivesonchangeEvent Basics
When: Wednesday, March 18, 2015 11 a.m. Registration & Networking 11:30 a.m. Lunch Served 12 p.m. Presentation 1 p.m. Conclusion
Where: Tundra Lodge Conference Center 865 Lombardi Ave Green Bay, WI  54304
Fee: $15 Members of Current $25 Nonmembers of Current Free with 2015 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More
Menu: Baked parmesan encrusted chicken breast set on top a basil marinara sauce with chef’s choice of starch and vegetables, coffee, water and milk. Vegetarian option available upon request.
Register: Register OnlineTo ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the eamil address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.

 

Event Overview
A CEO’s Perspective on Change In just a few years, Shopko has doubled in size and experienced a positive sales trend we haven’t seen in a decade. How is this possible? In this session, Peter McMahon, CEO of Shopko Stores Operating Company, LLC will describe how he approached the organization’s need for change to create this rapid growth story.

 

About the SpeakerCURRENT-Perspectivesonchangespeaker
Peter McMahon CEO Shopko Peter McMahon is the chief executive officer of Shopko Stores Operating Company, LLC.   Founded in 1962 and headquartered in Green Bay, Shopko Stores is a $3 billion retailer that operates 327 stores in 24 states throughout the Midwest, Mountain, North Central and Pacific Northwest regions. With four decades of distinguished experience in the retail sector, Peter has a proven track record of delivering on objectives, exceeding expectations and leading organizations with a complex array of programs with the ability to leverage strengths in their business units. He started as a junior assistant and rapidly advanced to manager and beyond due to his hard work and ability to motivate others. He has held a variety of executive and senior positions with global retailers including chief operating officer of Loblaw, Canada’s largest food retailer and a leading provider of drugstore, general merchandise and financial products and services, and a member of the executive management team of Wal-Mart Inc., Germany and Japan. From the United Kingdom, Peter was born in Liverpool, Merseyside and holds a degree in economics from the University of Liverpool. Peter is also a naturalized citizen of Canada, where he lived and worked prior to joining Shopko Stores. Peter and his wife Leila now reside in Green Bay and recently added a Welsh Springer Spaniel named Riley to their family.

Lead with Facilitation Skills Workshop & Upcoming Events

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When: Wednesday, March 11, 2015 7 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast 7:30 a.m. Workshop Begins 10:30 a.m. Conclusion
Where: Holiday Inn & Suites Green Bay Stadium 2785 Ramada Way Green Bay, WI  54304
Fee: $39 Members of Current $54 Nonmembers of Current Free with 2015 All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More
Menu: Eye opener breakfast buffet: bagels with pure butter and cream cheese, yogurt, fluffy scrambled eggs with cheddar cheese, crispy home fried potatoes, smoked bacon, orange and cranberry juices, coffee, hot tea and milk.
Register: Register Online To ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the email address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.

 

Event Overview
Lead with Facilitation Skills Workshop Are you tired of attending meetings that do not produce meaningful results? Do you ever wonder how some people seem to know the next right question to move their team toward the future? In this interactive workshop, Beverly Scow and Jen Schanen of Wise Women Gathering Place will teach a tangible method, Technology of Participation’s Focused Conversation, to help you solve these dilemmas and more. Join us to learn and discuss, as well as practice, creating your own focused conversations. What you will learn:

  • The difference between hierarchical and facilitative leadership—and when each style is appropriate
  • A practical, easy-to-apply method for leading focused conversations with your colleagues, family, and more
  • Facilitation tips to help polish the skills you already have

Why you should attend: Facilitation skills are a growing requirement of today’s workforce. Technology of Participation (ToP) methods have been honed in diverse fields for more than 60 years. ToP methods will help you to:

  • Deal with more information in less time
  • Provide for meaningful dialogue
  • Broaden a group’s perspectives
  • Elicit clear ideas & conclusions
  • Allow the entire group to participate

 

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Beverly Scow Assistant Director Wise Women Gathering Place Beverly is a Certified ToP Facilitator and Qualified ToP Trainer. Beverly uses ToP Facilitation Method to support groups like:

  • Midwives Alliance of North America (MANA)
  • American Indians Against Abuse (AIAA)
  • Oneida Community Integrated Food System
  • Ho Chunk Youth Services
  • Oneida Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Coordinated Community Response (CCR)
  • Women Growing Leadership Diversity- Sowing Seeds for the Future
  • Adolescent Parenting Coalition (APC) and APC Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Committee
  • Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA)
  • New Mexico Birth Justice Coalition

Beverly supports group through focused conversations, consensus workshops, action planning, strategic planning, image shift, conflict resolution and virtual facilitation. She has co-trained more than 10 ToP courses in Oneida/Green Bay. Jen Schanen Community Outreach & Evaluation Specialist Wise Women Gathering Place Jen is nearly a Certified ToP Facilitator and is on a journey to become a qualified ToP Trainer.   Jen has extensive experience using ToP Facilitation Methods with youth groups, including Wise Women Gathering Place’s Wise Youth, as well as the statewide group, Wisconsin Youth as Partners in Civic Leadership Conference. Jen has integrated ToP Methods into her teaching style at the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Social Work Department. She has also facilitated with other diverse groups including SLO Farmer’s Co-Op, Women of the Phoenix, New Mexico Birth Justice Coalition and the Green Bay Diocese.

About Wise Women Gathering Place   Wise Women Gathering Place (WWGP) is a grassroots organization located in Green Bay. For years, a group of women gathered at the home of Alice Skenandore, executive director, with children in tow, to learn more about midwifery. From these humble beginnings has grown a nonprofit organization offering programs including:

  • A transitional living program for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault
  • Youth programs focusing on prevention of teen pregnancy, domestic violence, sexual assault, and other risk behaviors
  • Training, technical assistance, and facilitation using Technology of Participation (ToP) Facilitation Methods to build consensus and shared awareness among groups of people in local, state and national settings
  • Healing from intergenerational trauma through a community-facilitated White Bison: Mending Broken Hearts initiative

WWGP’s mission is to promote peace, respect, and belonging through skill-building, sharing of resources and caring support for our community. The organization has maintained 501(c)3 status since 1998, and is funded primarily through federal and some local grants. WWGP primarily serves Native American children and families that live in the greater Green Bay and Oneida areas.

CURRENT-After 5 at Anduzzi’s Sports Club – East & Upcoming Events

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Event Basics
When: Thursday, March 5, 2015 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Open house format.
Where: Anduzzi’s Sports Club – East 900 Kepler Dr Green Bay, WI  54311
Fee: FREE Cash bar.
Register: Registration appreciated for planning purposes and nametags.Register online. (Be sure to use the email we have on file for you when registering.)

 

Event Overview
Anduzzi’s has four locations including Green Bay West, Green Bay East, Howard and Appleton. We’ll be at their newest location – Green Bay East.   They have a private room that can seat up to 70 guests for dinner or entertain 100 guests enjoying cocktails and hors-d’oeuvres.   They serve a wide variety of menu options for food and beverages to accommodate many types of events. Their banquet hall features its own bar, a projector for all of your A/V needs and WiFi access.

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Nonprofit Partner

Current is proud to announce we’ve partnered with Club Red of NEW for this event. Club Red of Northeast Wisconsin is an opportunity for young professionals to engage in flexible opportunities within the American Red Cross, network with other socially conscious professionals and give back to our community. Their mission is to Give. Guide. Provide. Whether planning a social fundraising event or participating in community service projects (Give), members can support events that help save lives. Club Red Members will also have mentoring opportunities with youth volunteers (Guide) and opportunities to build leadership skills (Provide). Learn more about the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of the American Red Cross at http://www.redcross.org/wi/oshkosh and like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/americanredcrossnortheastwisconsinchapter.

 

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Upcoming Events
After 5 at Anduzzi’s Sports Club – East Thursday, March 5, 2015; 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Lead with Facilitation Skills Workshop Presented by Beverly Scow and Jen Schanen Wednesday, March 11, 2015; 7 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. A CEO’s Perspective on Change Lunch n’ Learn Presented by Peter McMahon, CEO, Shopko Wednesday, March 18, 2015; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Current Connect: Get Plugged In Tuesday, March 24, 2015; 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. After 5 Wednesday, April 1, 2015; 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Young Professional Week Saturday, April 11, 2015 – Saturday, April 18, 2015 Discover Event Thursday, April 16, 2015; 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. Lunch n’ Learn Thursday, April 23, 2015; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Current Connect: Get Plugged In Wednesday, April 29, 2015; 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

 

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Presentation of Future 15& Young Professional Awards

Future 15 Recipients & Event Information    
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Event Basics
When: Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015
5 p.m. – 6 p.m. Registration, networking and silent auction
6 p.m. Dinner served
9 p.m. Conclusion
Where: Hyatt on Main/KI Convention Center
333 Main St
Green Bay, WI
Fee: $45 Individual$500 Corporate Table of 10
Menu: A Kentucky Derby inspired entrée of bourbon glazed chicken with mashed potatoes, steamed vegetables and biscuits with honey butter.
Registration: Register OnlineReserve a Corporate TableThere is a 96-hour cancellation policy for this event.

 

Event Overview
Emcees Max and Emily Deem will provide an evening full of entertainment as we recognize the accomplishments of area young professionals in Current’s annual Future 15 & Young Professional Awards show. In addition to profiling each of our Future 15 recipients in an interactive and entertaining format, recipients for Next Generation Best Place to Work, Young Entrepreneur of the Year and Young Professional of the Year will be announced.This is Current’s signature event of the year that you don’t want to miss!Kentucky Derby-themed event. Derby attire encouraged (but not required).

Max
Morning Host
KRUZ@106.7
Emily Deem
Weekend Anchor/Reporter, “Good Day Wisconsin”
WLUK Fox 11 / WCWF CW14
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Future 15 Recipients
Garritt R. Bader
Principal
GB Real Estate Investments
Melinda Morella
Assistant Director
Live54218
James Ledvina
Attorney
Law Firm of Conway, Olejniczak & Jerry, S.C.
Jessica Diederich
Director of Partnerships & Business Development
Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau
William Kocken
Staff Sergeant
Wisconsin Army National Guard
Rebecca Pruess
Compliance Analyst
Schneider
Matt Brault
Team Leader, Information Services
Schreiber Foods
Monica Moe
Development Director
YWCA of Green Bay
Michael Schwartz-Oscar
Executive Director
The Volunteer Center of Brown County
Laura Mossakowski, CFP®
Certified Financial Planner™
Laura Mossakowski, LLC – Financial Planning For Women And Their Families
Rashad J. Cobb
Education & Career Development Coordinator
Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay
Robyn Gruner
Director External Affairs
AT&T
Mark Becker
Business Manager
Dorsch Ford Kia
Shannon Goerke
Educator
Leonardo da Vinci School for Gifted Learners
Green Bay Area Public School District
Dean Leisgang
Executive Director
Educational Television Productions of Northeast Wisconsin

 

Young Professional of the Year

Young Professional of the Year is selected from the pool of Future 15 recipients. This honor is presented to an individual with a demonstrated commitment to Brown County through civic and business involvement, especially during the past year. He/She possesses values consistent with those of Current including an unwavering responsibility to the community through involvement with local organizations that elevate the overall quality of life in Brown County and our ability to attract and retain young talent.

 

Young Entrepreneur of the Year

This award is presented to a local business owner who exemplifies and holds true a commitment to Brown County through his/her demonstrated business entrepreneurial accomplishments. Consideration includes but goes beyond financial success by evaluating the individual’s positive impact on the community as an entrepreneur. In addition, evaluating business success compared to defined goals will be considered.

Finalists for this award include:

  • Quinn Kalies, owner, QuiCK Transport
  • Aaron and Adam Wolf, owners, Holiday Inn Express and Suites
  • Jennifer Berres, owner, Jenstar Yoga & Dance, LLC
  • Matt Lutsey, owner/manager, Waseda Farms Market Store

 

Next Generation Best Place to Work

This award is presented to a business that demonstrates a commitment to the development of young professionals, adapts work-life friendly policies, values generational differences and institutes attraction and retention initiatives for young talent.

Finalists for this award include:

  • Skyline Technologies
  • Paper Transport, Inc.
  • Nsight
  • Wipfli, LLP
  • Element
  • On-Site Studios
  • Humana, Inc.
  • Elevate97

CURRENT-Tipoff with Green Bay Phoenix & Upcoming Events

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Event Basics
When: Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015
5:30 p.m. Doors open at Green Bay Distillery (pizza buffet and cash bar)
6 p.m. Welcome and Pep Talk by UW-Green Bay Chancellor Gary Miller and Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie
7 p.m. Tipoff for Green Bay Men’s Basketball vs Detroit at the Resch Center
9:30 p.m. Conclusion (est.)
Where: Green Bay Distillery
835 Potts Ave
Green Bay, WI  54304The game will be hosted at the Resch Center.
Fee: $15 Members of Current$20 Nonmembers of CurrentFree with 2015 All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn MoreNote: If you are not a member of Current but you are a UWGB alumnus, you can purchase your ticket through UWGB at the $15 rate here: http://blog.uwgb.edu/alumni/event/alumni-meet-up-for-phoenix-mens-basketball-game/
Menu: Pizza buffet and cash bar.
Register: Register OnlineTo ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the email address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.
Event Overview
Tipoff with the Green Bay PhoenixThis is a joint event with the University of Wisconsin – Green Bay Alumni Association.We’ll pregame at the Green Bay Distillery with a complimentary pizza buffet and cash bar. UWGB Chancellor Gary Miller and Director of Athletics Mary Ellen Gillespie will provide a pep talk to get you in the spirit for UWGB athletics.Game tickets will be distributed at Green Bay Distillery. If you can’t attend the reception but would like to attend the game with other members, tickets can be placed at the will-call window. The ticket block is located in Section 210 at the Resch Center.Link to map – http://www.reschcenter.com/events-tickets/seating-chartsParking: Park free at the Green Bay Distillery; take walkway to the Resch Center to get to the game.

Gary L. Miller
Chancellor
University of Wisconsin – Green Bay
Mary Ellen Gillespie
Director of Athletics
University of Wisconsin – Green Bay

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Upcoming Events
Rube’s Rules for Leadership Lunch n’ Learn
Presented by Dennis Rubin, fire chief, City of De Pere
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.Tipoff with the Green Bay Phoenix
Green Bay Distillery/Resch Center
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015; 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.Presentation of Future 15 & Young Professional Awards
Hyatt on Main/KI Convention Center
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015; 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.After 5 at Anduzzi’s Sports Club – East
Thursday, March 5, 2015; 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.

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 Rube Lunch n Learn
Rube’s Rules for Leadership presented by Chief Dennis Rubin    
Event Basics
When: Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015
11 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12 p.m. Presentation
1 p.m. Conclusion
Where: Heritage Hill State Historical Park
2640 S Webster Ave
Green Bay, WI  54301
Fee: $15 Members of Current$25 Nonmembers of CurrentFree with 2015 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More
Menu: Assorted tortilla wraps (including vegetarian), Italian pasta salad, tossed salad, assorted dessert bars, lemonade, raspberry iced tea and water.
Register: Register OnlineTo ensure proper membership pricing for Current or an events package enrollment, please use the eamil address we have on file for you when registering online. There is a 96-hour cancellation policy.

 

Event Overview
Rube’s Rules for LeadershipDe Pere Fire Chief Dennis Rubin has developed a list of “rules to live and lead by” over the past three decades as a fire fighter. Rubin will share four of his 13 “Mission Critical” rules in an open, honest and sometimes humorous way. Chief Rubin will engage the audience in a discussion as to how these rules can be adopted and implemented into the attendees’ own leadership styles in any walk of life.Chief Rubin has served in a few of America’s largest fire & rescue departments prior to coming to De Pere. Remember that success is “Always About Leadership”: this brief presentation will reinforce this sound life’s principle.
About the Speaker
 Dennis L. Rubin Dennis L. Rubin
Fire Chief
City of De Pere Fire DepartmentDennis L. Rubin is the fire chief of the City of De Pere, Wis., and was appointed by the City’s Police & Fire Commission in December 2014. The department serves the citizens and visitors from two fire-rescue station locations.Chief Rubin’s experience in fire and rescue service spans more than 35 years. He has served as a company officer, command level officer and fire chief in several major U.S. cities. In 1994, Rubin served as the president of the State Fire Chiefs Association of Virginia. Rubin was the host fire chief for the 1999 Southeastern Fire Chiefs Association conference held in Dothan, Ala. He served on several committees with the International Association of Fire Chiefs, including a two-year term as the health and safety committee chair. Chief Rubin was the host fire chief for the “Wingspread IV and V” conferences held in 1996 and 2006.Chief Rubin’s educational accomplishments include a bachelor of science degree in fire administration from the University of Maryland and associate degree in applied science in fire science management from the Northern Virginia Community College. Chief Rubin is a graduate of the National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officers Program (EFOP) and the Naval Post Graduate School’s Executive Leadership Course in Homeland Security. Rubin is a certified emergency manager (CEM) and a certified incident safety officer and has obtained the chief fire officer designation (CFOD) and chief medical officer designation (CMOD) bestowed by the Center for Public Safety Excellence.Rubin has been an adjunct faculty member at several state fire-rescue training agencies and the National Fire Academy. Rubin is a popular speaker and lecturer at the local, state, national and international levels.Rubin is the author of several emergency service textbooks. His first release is entitled “Rube’s Rules for Survival.” This book is a collection of case studies dealing with the important topic of fire fighter safety. He also authored “Rube’s Rules for Leadership.” The chief discusses his 13 core values and describes how each one  can be applied to improve one’s personal leadership capabilities. Chief Rubin’s third book, “D.C. FIRE,” was released at the 2013 Fire Department Instructors Conference (FDIC) by Fire Engineering Books. Finally, Chief Rubin is nearing completion of his fourth textbook, “Surviving the Legal System”; watch for it to appear sometime in 2016. Chief Rubin contributes to several fire-rescue service publications and has written more than 200 technical articles relating to fire department operations, administration, training and safety.Chief Rubin lives in De Pere. He has three grown children and one grandson. Rubin is an avid sports fan supporting all of his hometown professional teams.

 

CURRENT-After 5 at Black & Tan Lounge

After 5 at Black & Tan Lounge    
Event Basics
When: Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015
5 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Open house format.
Where: Black & Tan Lounge
Bellin Building
130 E Walnut St
Green Bay, WI  54301
Fee: FREECash bar.
Register: Registration appreciated for planning purposes and nametags. Register online. (Be sure to use the email we have on file for you when registering.)
Event OverviewB&T
Since 1998, the Black & Tan Grille has worked diligently to establish a reputation as a premier dining location in Northeastern Wisconsin. In 2009 the Black & Tan Grille moved from its De Pere location on Fort Howard Avenue to the Historic Bellin Building in downtown Green Bay.The Black & Tan Grille has a first-floor lounge and bar area that offers an extensive wine and martini list. Their dining room, located on the second floor, offers elegant and contemporary dining with endless window seating and beautiful views of the Fox River and downtown Green Bay.
Upcoming Events
After 5 at Black & Tan Lounge
Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015; 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.Lunch n’ Learn
Presented by Dennis Rubin, fire chief, City of De Pere
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015; 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.Tipoff with the Green Bay Phoenix
Green Bay Distillery/Resch Center
Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015; 5:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.Presentation of Future 15 & Young Professional Awards
Hyatt on Main/KI Convention Center
Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015; 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.After 5 at Anduzzi’s Sports Club – East
Thursday, March 5, 2015; 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.