Manufacturing Voices (11/3/2022)

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Name: Manufacturing Voices (11/3/2022)
Date: November 3, 2022
Time: 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM CDT
Registration: Public registration for this event has been closed. Please contact the Alliance at 262-542-4249.
Event Description:

This program brings together manufacturing business leaders to engage in dialogue about issues pertinent to manufacturing. A panel of executives will discuss workforce, attracting and retaining talent, company 
culture, and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from some of our region’s leading manufacturing executives.

Panel Discussions:


Pat Henderson, Director of Government Affairs
Artell Smith, VP of Human Resources

To truly make connections with potential employees, Quad has invested in hiring community-based recruiters that work on-the-ground in neighborhoods they are actively trying to hire from, providing free transportation, doing employee interviews to understand the positive impact work can have in someone’s life, looking at housing opportunities and more. Hear Quad’s vision for the region and how employers can make it happen. 

Mike Sekula, VP Global Supply Chain Management & Safety
Jennifer Zilvetti, VP of Culture

In order to create a talent pipeline and engage the future workforce, Inpro created a successful co-op program for high school students. The program rotates students through different departments at Inpro, giving them an opportunity to learn about all aspects of the company. A graduation luncheon engages parents to build a connection with the students’ families. Hear from Inpro about how they built a successful co-op program and what they learned along the way.

Angela Stemo, VP of Global Human Capital Management
Mark Dreikosen, Director of Operations

Lutheran Social Services 
Hector Colon, President & CEO
Mary Flynn, Refugee Program Manager

Husco and Lutheran Social Services will speak to best practices around hiring refugees. In partnership with Lutheran Social Services, Husco recently found success in recruiting refugees from Afghanistan. Learn more about what worked well, what continues to be a work in progress and where the organizations see the partnership going in the future.
Waukesha County Technical College  
800 Main St,
Pewaukee, WI 53072

The program will be held in the AJN Center within the doors of the S Building.

Click Here for a campus map with additional details.
Date/Time Information:

Thursday, November 3, 2022
7:30am - 9:30am

7:30 a.m. - Registration & Continental Breakfast
8:15 a.m. - Program Begins


Contact Information:
WCBA Office 262-542-4249

Member Registration:
Individual = $50

Non-Member Registration:
Please contact the Alliance office to register

All sales are final.  In the event you are unable to attend, please feel free to send someone else from your organization in your place.

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