CURRENT

Programming is targeted at ages 21-40 but everyone is welcome to attend. UW-Green Bay has a Corporate Membership and encourages your participation.

UW-Green Bay employees and students pay the ‘member’ price (instead of the ‘nonmember’ price) when attending Current events. If you try to register online for a Current event, and the ‘nonmember’ price displays (instead of the ‘member’ price), please complete the online enrollment process at the following link. Even though UW-Green Bay is a corporate member, Current’s database detects price based on individual membership, so this step may be necessary for the ‘member’ pricing to display.

To apply for membership, please copy and paste the URL below into your browser:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/currentmembership

CURRENT: Creating a Great Workplace Culture

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Creating a Great Workplace Culture

Regardless of your role, what are people, customers and visitors looking for in you? What is the workplace culture you have created with your team that leads to success? Creating a mission driven culture with compassion and trust turns satisfied customers into loyal customers. Their loyalty means they will give you positive word-of-mouth advertising that can’t be beat.  In addition, if the work we do is tied into a purpose beyond profits our job satisfaction increases substantially.

Join John McHugh as he explores the role you play in your organization’s success and how you can find the key people to help you achieve that greatness. His examples and stories are ones that you won’t forget.

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John McHugh
Manager of Corporate Communications, Leadership Development and Training
Kwik Trip, Inc.

John McHugh is the manager of corporate communications, leadership development and training for Kwik Trip, Inc., based in La Crosse, Wisconsin. In his role at Kwik Trip he has helped the company achieve recognition as a top workplace as listed by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and the Des Moines Register.

Prior to joining Kwik Trip in 2004, John was an instructor and principal at Aquinas High School in La Crosse. He holds degrees from the University of Saint Thomas in Saint Paul, Minnesota and the Gregorian University in Rome, Italy. John serves on several boards including Friends of Wisconsin Public Television, Franciscan Spirituality Center, Marywood Franciscan Spirituality Center, Seven Rivers Alliance for Economic Development and Mayo Clinic Health System in La Crosse.
He and his wife Maggie enjoy living at their log home near Sparta, Wisconsin.

Menu- to be determined

Event Registration- $15 Members of Current | $25 Nonmembers of Current

Agenda

Thursday, July 21

11 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12 p.m. Presentation
1 p.m. Conclusion

Location

Green Bay Distillery
www.greenbaydistillery.com

CURRENT: Discover- Herbal Mixology

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Herbal Mixology at Green Bay Botanical Garden

The weather we’ve been waiting for is finally here, summer! Come enjoy one of the most attractive destinations in Greater Green Bay, the Green Bay Botanical Garden.

The evening will begin with a crash course in mixology. You will learn how to craft a few different summer cocktails using fresh herbs from the Garden’s own herb beds. Cool off with your handiwork afterwards, before venturing on to our next adventure.

Once you’ve enjoyed your custom libation, we’ll head outside to discover the hidden secrets in the Garden through a photo scavenger hunt. The winning team will receive complimentary tickets to Concerts at the Garden Series this summer.

Enjoy a lively evening filled with socializing, herbal mixology and scavenging. Space is very limited so register early to secure your spot!

Menu- To be determined.

Event Registration- $20 Members of Current | $30 Nonmembers of Current

Agenda

Thursday, July 14

5 p.m. Registration, networking and cash bar
6 p.m. Herbal mixology includes a signature craft cocktail
6:45 p.m. Garden photo scavenger hunt
8 p.m. Conclusion

CURRENT: After 5 Shift Visuals

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About Shift Visuals
If you ask their mothers what they do, they’d say they make movies all day. Talk to their wives, and they’d say they giggle about cameras and lenses. It’s really much simpler (and manlier) than that: They get to turn people’s passions into beautiful and powerful works of art.

Shift Visuals is a full-service commercial photography and video production house located in downtown Green Bay. They love working with anyone who has a use for compelling visuals: brand managers, healthcare organizations, non-profits, city planners, manufacturers, etc.

They specialize in creative storytelling and brand building through visual media: video for web, television and internal marketing; and product, architectural, editorial and commercial portrait photography. They believe that the best results happen when you work closely, kindly and tirelessly while always aiming to be a part of something bigger than yourself.

About the Space
Their space has video roots, albeit adult video roots. The store was face-lifted in 2000 and was home to a firm of architects for over a decade. Shift Visuals took over the lease in April 2015. With its abundant natural light and urban-loft feel, it’s the perfect space to dream, create and share a beer. Shift Visuals is located above The Urban Frog in the downtown, On Broadway district.

Thursday, July 9; 5-8 p.m., Open House Format.
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CURRENT: Volunteer Fridays on the Fox

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Current has once again partnered with Downtown Green Bay, Inc. and Fridays on the Fox to staff volunteers for this downtown music entertainment series.

To view volunteer shift availiability for the entire season or sign up:

Volunteers assist with serving concessions. Each volunteer will receive a T-shirt, sandwich and beverage for their shift. Proceeds will help sustain Current’s programs that help to attract, engage, develop and retain young talent in Greater Green Bay. There’s no better way to soak in some summer fun while connecting with other area young professionals!

Note: Volunteers do not need to be members of Current so feel free to forward this invitation!

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CURRENT: Success Principles Lunch n’ Learn

Success Principles

Success Principles Ron has spent many years trying to understand why some individuals, teams and companies are wildly successful and others never seem to rise above mediocrity. During this presentation Ron will share the principles that he has discovered to be the real “difference makers” for success both personally and professionally.

About the Speaker

RONDUNFORDRonald J. Dunford
President, Schreiber US
Schreiber Foods Inc.

Ron Dunford is President, Schreiber US.  He has spent 31 years in the dairy industry with roles in operations, sales/marketing and general management.  Ron joined Schreiber in 1996 at the Green Bay, Wis., corporate office.  He was named a vice president in 2000, senior vice president in 2002, president and COO of Schreiber Chain Sales in 2003, president & COO operations in 2006, and president Schreiber US in 2014.  Additionally, Ron was elected to the Schreiber Foods board of directors in 2003. During his tenure, he has helped set the vision and execute the strategy that has resulted in company records for revenue, volume, profit, product quality and safety.  He also led the implementation of process excellence, lean manufacturing, the utilization of risk management tools and the integration of new product categories into the company. In the food industry, he is a member of the board of directors of the International Dairy Foods Association, a member and officer of the board of directors of the National Cheese Institute and is a past member of the board of directors of the International Foodservice Manufacturers Association.    He earned a B.S. in Geology from Utah State University in Logan, Utah. He and his wife Dana have two sons.  They are heavily involved in the community and church activities and they enjoy sports activities of all kinds. Schreiber Foods is a global, employee-owned business headquartered in Green Bay, Wis. With annual sales of more than $5 billion, it is one of the largest dairy companies in the world. Schreiber sells its products – which include cream cheese, natural cheese, process cheese and yogurt – to leading retailers, restaurants, distributors and food manufacturers around the globe. Schreiber has more than 7,000 employees, with manufacturing and distribution facilities in the United States, Austria, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, India, Mexico, Portugal, Spain and Uruguay.   Schreiber’s vision is to be the best customer-brand dairy company in the world. The company  strives to create sustainable value for its customers as a modern, global partner delivering exceptional quality, service, innovation and insight – all while enriching lives around the globe.

When: Tuesday, June 23, 2015 11 a.m. Registration & Networking 11:30 a.m. Lunch Served 12 p.m. Presentation 1 p.m. Conclusion
Where: Titletown Brewing Company Beer Works Brewery & Tap Room, 3rd Floor 320 N Broadway Green Bay, WI  54303
Fee: $15 Members of Current $25 Nonmembers of Current Free with 2015 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More
Menu: Smothered Chicken: chicken breasts smothered with cheddar cheese, mushrooms and onions served with rice and fresh sautéed vegetables. Vegetarian option available upon request prior to the event. Vegetable Risotto: wild mushroom risotto topped with grilled seasonal vegetables finished with a drizzle of pesto oil.
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.

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CURRENT: Working with Multiple Generations Workshop

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Working with Multiple Generations

With five different generations in the workplace, you may experience conflicting work styles, preferred methods of communication and uses of technology. Learn how to be most successful when working with each of the generations. Once you understand their values, expectations and priorities, you can more effectively market yourself.

What You will learn:

  • How to be successful in this environment of different generations
  • How to implement a personal strategy and work effectively with people in all five generations

About the Speakers

Debra Pagel
Director of Human Resources Consulting
Schenck SC

Debra provides strategic human resources advice to Schenck clients on issues ranging from recruitment and compensation to organizational development, process improvement and leadership development. Debra has more than 25 years of experience working with organizations to evaluate and improve their human resources practices. Debra is highly skilled at analyzing situations and getting to the real issue to help clients find and implement effective solutions. Prior to joining Schenck, Debra led the not-for-profit and government consulting practice at a regional public accounting firm. She received her BBA in management and management information systems from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point and has earned a certificate in organizational development. She is a certified master trainer and belongs to the Society for Human Resources Management (SHRM) and Central Wisconsin SHRM.

Diane Roundy, MBA
Director of Growth and Business Development
Schenck SC

Diane oversees business development for Schenck. She is responsible for developing practice growth strategy, marketing direction, sales management, brand building and business development training. She received her bachelor’s degree in marketing and communication from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point and an MBA from the University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh. She actively serves on several boards of directors, including the Green Bay Packers and Girl Scouts of Northwestern Great Lakes. She has conducted numerous training sessions on networking techniques and has received several awards for her commitment to the community and the marketing profession.

Menu

Muffins, whole and sliced seasonal fruit, sweet potato hash, egg white strata with onions, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes and herbs, juice, coffee and tea.

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$39 Members of Current | $54 Nonmembers of Current

CURRENT: Get Plugged In Upcoming Sessions

Current Connect: Get Plugged In
Thursday, May 28, 2015
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
5:00 PM to 6:30 PM

Location:  The Docking Station; 111 N. Broadway Ste. B, Green Bay, WI 54303
Current Connect is a program hosted by Current, the young professionals program of the Greater Green Bay Chamber.
Specifically designed with new members in mind, this program will educate new members on how to maximize their membership investment by educating members on the types of events and programs offered by Current.
Additionally, this facilitated session is setup to create a smaller, more intimate setting for members to build more meaningful personal and professional relationships that are often times more difficult to forge during other larger events. Think of it as a building a cohort to acclimate you to the program while you continue to expand your overall experience.
While new members are targeted for this program, any member is welcome to attend to become more acquainted with their peers and Current’s program offerings.
What is CURRENT? Check out this video to learn more!

CURRENT: Water, Money and Community Lunch n’ Learn presented by Robert B. Atwell

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This event is coordinated and hosted by Current, the Greater Green Bay Chamber’s young professionals group targeting individuals age 21-40.

Water, Money and Community

Many people are unaware of the new water quality crisis in our area. Even as the PCB clean-up is reaching completion, we now face a new and different crisis as rising levels of phosphorous are bringing new EPA mandates on point source emitters (municipalities and factories).

Capital expenditure investment to comply with new EPA mandates are estimated to total $1B between  Green Bay and Appleton, ultimately to be borne by those who using municipal water and working in the companies subject to mandate. Sadly, we are unlikely to see any material improvement. The real growth in phosphorus is coming from non-point sources, with agriculture being the largest source. This talk will bring out some key points about the economics of water quality.

About the Speaker

Robert B. Atwell
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Nicolet National BankBob is the founding CEO of Nicolet National Bank. He has 30 years of experience as a Wisconsin banker. He is a graduate of Beloit college (’80) and the Yale School of Management (’83).Bob is lead director on the board of Ariens Company, and serves on the board of Hospital Sisters Health System, Saris Cycling Group, Promotion Management, Inc. (PMI) and I-Team Companies. He is past chairman and one of the founders of Relevant Radio, a national Catholic radio network. He is a frequent speaker on leadership and community banking as well as ethics, faith and economics.

Menu

Pecan parmesan chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, chef choice vegetable, coleslaw, dinner rolls and butter, milk and coffee. Vegetarian option of a plated pasta primavera is available if requested during the registration process.

Event Registration

$15 Members of Current | $25 Nonmembers of Current

Free with 2015 Lunch n’ Learn or All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More

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.

Agenda
11 a.m. Registration & Networking
11:30 a.m. Lunch Served
12 p.m. Presentation
1 p.m. Conclusion

Location
Vandervest Harley-Davidson of Green Bay
www.olde41.com
1966 Velp Ave.
Green Bay WI 543036450
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CURRENT: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

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Group Activity: Walk a Mile in Her Shoes    

Event Basics:

When: Saturday, May 9, 2015 10 a.m. Registration 11 a.m. Walk

Where: Hagemeister Park 325 N Washington St Green Bay, WI  54301

Fee: $20 Online registration $25 At the door

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Event Overview:
Are you man enough? Current has setup a team to encourage our members to join this effort to support our corporate member, Golden House. What’s the most macho way to take a stand against domestic violence and sexual assault? Try walking a mile in high heels. You think that’s funny? We challenge you to give it a try. Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is the international men’s march to stop rape, sexual assault and gender violence. In Green Bay, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes will benefit the Brown County Community Coordinated Response Team (CCR) a partnership formed by Golden House, Family Services, the Sexual Assault Center and other key community organizations with the mission of raising awareness of, and preventing domestic violence and sexual assault. Male walkers can borrow a pair of our man-sized high heels available on a first come, first served basis or you can bring a pair of your own. Our lady walkers are encouraged to enjoy the comfort of their own walking shoes.

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Pictured at last year’s event from left to right: Paul Gazdik, Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, Brown County District Attorney David Lasee, Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt, Current program manager Brian Johnson and Tony Oczus of The Libertine.

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Red, White & Brew: Beer vs. Wine Tapas Pairing

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Event Basics
When: Tuesday, May 12, 2015
5 p.m. Registration, networking and cash bar
6 p.m. First course served
8 p.m. Conclusion
Where: Badger State Brewing Co.
990 Tony Canadeo Run
Green Bay, WI  54304
Fee: $25 Members of Current$35 Nonmembers of Current

Free with 2015 All-Inclusive Events Package – Learn More

Event Overview Red, White & Brew: Beer vs. Wine Tapas PairingIt’s a Battle Royale to settle the dispute that has been brewing (pun intended) for quite some time, does wine or beer pair better with food?

We’ve arranged tapas pairings that will feature four courses of different and distinct types of food, each artistically paired with a wine sample from Captain’s Walk Winery and a beer sample from Badger State Brewing Company.

As each course is served, our wine and beer experts will share insights about the flavors offered by each of their offerings and how they enhance the overall quality of the food pairing experience.

Leave your bias at the door as this is an evening designed for culinary exploration, to push you from your palate comfort zone and to try a spectrum of flavors that will make your mouth burst with eccentricity.

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.