Attend the Connect Marquette Virtual Winter Summit For Professionals
Marquette, MI – January 28, 2021 – Connect Marquette is excited to announce that they will be hosting a half-day Virtual Summit on Friday, February 19, 2021. Geared towards professional development, the Summit’s theme of Wellness & Growth will feature speakers and panelists from a range of professions.
Starting at 9:00am and wrapping up just prior to 1:00pm, Winter Summit will feature panels on personal wellness & the local outdoors industry as well as a keynote speaker, and a closing speaker. Headlining the event is Marquette native and Minneapolis-based entrepreneur and author Nancy Lyons. Lyons has been at the forefront of the work culture conversation for more than twenty years and speaks and writes about the crucial role work culture plays in delivering meaningful and effective results.
“We’re so excited to welcome Nancy Lyons as our keynote speaker!” says Connect Marquette Board President, Shannon Whitehouse. “We just read her latest book Work Like a Boss: A kick-in-the-pants Guide to Finding (and Using) your Power at Work, in our Connect Marquette book club, and it was very well received. If you aren’t familiar with the book yet, I highly recommend getting a copy and reading it before the event.”
The Winter Summit, sponsored by Clockwork is also put on with support from Innovate Marquette SmartZone and mediaBrew Communications. The virtual event is open to both the general public and members of Connect Marquette. To get your tickets or learn more, visit the Connect Marquette website at: https://connectmarquette.org/CMPDC.
Winter Summit Event Details:
Date: Friday, February 19, 2021
Time: 9am – 12:45pm
How: Virtual (Zoom)
About Connect Marquette:
Connect Marquette was created in 2010 with professional development as one of their three pillars of excellence and mission. Connect Marquette hosts events throughout the year, focusing on topic areas that include networking, professional development, community engagement and leadership opportunities. To learn more, visit the Connect Marquette website at www.connectmarquette.org.