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May Monthly Chapter Dinner and Professional Development

May 16, 2019
4:00 PM - 8:30 PM
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Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm PI
Denver, CO 80204


4:00 - 4:50 pm – Professional Development Session I*
5:00 - 5:50 pm – Professional Development Session II*
5:30 - 6:30 pm – Networking Social Hour
6:30 - 8:30 pm – Dinner and Presentation*
*CPE Eligible 

Dinner Session


Topic: Inside the Boardroom - A Director's Perspective
Rose Robeson, Corporate Director, Newpark, Antero Midstream Corporation, and SM Energy
Katie Scherping, Chief Financial Officer, National CineMedia
Taylor Simonton, Corporate Director and retired Assurance and National Office SEC Services Partner, PwC
Moderator: John LaPorta, Business Development Executive, Moss Adams
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Wondering how to be most effective in communicating with your Board of Directors?  This panel will discuss Hot Topics that Board of Directors are focused on; taking a deep dive into corporate strategy to manage disruptive risk.  These Board members will share their experiences and what they want to hear from you at the next Board meeting

Dinner Sponsored by  

Professional Development Session I

Topic: Employee Value Proposition: Do We Have One? Do We Need One? How Do We Get One?
 Andrea Goodkin, EVP
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An Employee Value Proposition (EVP) is an employee-centric approach that helps employers articulate all they offer.  Most simply put, an EVP is everything an employer makes available to their workforce in exchange for what the workforce contributes to the organization. Regardless of whether it has been defined or applied – every organization has an EVP, but is the company using that EVP to support the business and  its profitability?

A great EVP resides within the hearts and minds of your workforce, students and community. It helps to attract, engage and retain talent, develops a competitive advantage, generates appeal across employee groups and creates line of sight to the culture.

This presentation lays the groundwork and provides steps and tools to develop an effective EVP within your organization.

PD I Sponsored by  

Professional Development Session II


Topic: Corporate Social Responsibility - Value to the Bottom Line, Employee, and Community
 Rod Merchant, President of West Region for JE Dunn Construction and Kathleen Pelley, Children’s Book Author  and Creative Director United Way Power Lunch & EPIC 
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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is a powerful platform to add value to the bottom line, enhance brand awareness, enhance the employee experience, and positively impact the community. Executives Partnering to Invest in Children (EPIC) has partnered with Denver executive leaders to develop an exceptional CSR program that is scalable, engaging, and a demonstrated positive ROI for companies, its employees, and the community. This program has had greater impact than traditional philanthropic programs

PD II Sponsored by  

Important Registration Information

Normal registration closes on Tuesday 5:00pm of the week of the meeting.  Timely registration ensures you a seat at dinner and each PD session and related handouts, based on the sessions that you register for. 

Any registrations after that Tuesday 5:00pm deadline will be managed as late registrations. Acceptance of these late registrations is at the discretion of FEI Colorado and may be limited based on the space available.  After that deadline, please e-mail info@FEIColorado.org as soon as you are able to advise us which sessions and/or dinner you plan to attend.  Please also arrive at least 30 minutes before the first such session, as most of the registration process will be performed onsite. 

Refund/Cancellation Policy: No refunds for paid registrations after the 5:00pm Tuesday deadline.  FEI Colorado appreciates your sending an email to info@FEIColorado.org as soon as you are aware that you must cancel, for handouts and available seating calculations.