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    • 11 Mar 2021
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 85
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    As we enter the first quarter of 2021, we continue to be presented with challenges that impact our daily lives, including: the pace of the US economic recovery, a new administration, and the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter who you are, the outcomes of these challenges could impact your financial future.

    Johnson Financial Group’s SVP-Portfolio Manager Eric Bernal will provide information and conversation on how the world economy and the COVID-19 pandemic may impact policy changes and the markets. Eric will be glad to answer any questions that are submitted prior to the event. 

    About Eric Bernal Johnson Bank

    As Senior Vice President, Wealth Portfolio Manager, Eric works with the wealth team to understand clients’ goals and objectives for investment savings. He also constructs portfolios while providing ongoing management to help clients reach their goals. Eric understands the importance of communication and asking questions to help clients identify what they are trying to accomplish. Once goals and expectations are determined, Eric enjoys building strategies and executing a plan to succeed.



    • 8 Apr 2021
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • online via Zoom
    • 100
    Register

    Come and empower each other as business owners and members of the community, 

    During this session, the African American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Racine (AACCGR) will share ways that Black and other minority businesses in Racine continue to thrive and how we can support those efforts. Don’t forget to join the networking session, before the meeting, the AACCGR will be leading us in a women’s history trivia competition with a prize dinner for the winner.

    Learn about presenter, Nikki Payne:

    Nikki is the Public Involvement and Outreach Manager for SEWRPC (Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission), which is the official metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and regional planning commission (RPC) for the seven counties of Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Walworth, Washington, and Waukesha. In this role, she listens to and educates grassroots’ organizations and public officials on the regional strategic long range planning initiatives 

    A dedicated volunteer throughout the Southeastern Region, Nikki currently serves as the District 1 American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network Lead representative, African American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Racine Community Outreach Chair, Kenosha Public Library Foundation Board Chair, Kenosha United Way Board member, Kenosha’s Kindness Week committee member, Racine County Economic Development Corporation (RCEDC) Leadership Council member, Urban Economic Development Association (UEDA) Board member, Society of Governmental Meeting Professionals (SGMP) National Membership Co-chair and SGMP Rocket City Chapter Executive Board member, as the Planner Director, and Women and Children’s Horizon Mardi Gras planning committee member.



    • 13 May 2021
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • online via Zoom
    • 100
    Register


    Meet Kate Martin:

    As an educator, consultant and ‘activation’ speaker, Kate Martin’s vision is to help others tap into their full capacity by learning to trust their brilliance more than their doubts. Kate’s work is aligned with those who have learned that our thoughts direct our lives, and as we learn techniques to replace worry and doubt with thoughts of love and creativity, we will move with ease to our passion and purpose. Kate has been a high school teacher for 27 years and retired in 2015.  She taught students with special needs as well as those in general education. While working with hundreds of parents over the years, she discovered that there was a significant lack of resources and educational opportunities to help them navigate the many demands of parenting today. For this reason, in 2013 she founded The Purposeful Parent, offering workshops and resources for parents, teachers, and caregivers.

    In 2016 Kate published a book intended to help reduce ‘pre-sleep anxiety experienced by many of her students.  The book has quickly become a beloved bedside sleep guide for people of all ages.  The book offers six simple techniques to help dismiss negative thoughts and replace them with positive thinking. Today, Kate is busy giving presentations to schools, businesses,community groups, and all who are eager to learn how to help individuals and groups tap into their full capacity!


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