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Career and Entrepreneurship Summit
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 from 9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
DePaul University, Loop Campus, DePaul Center
1 E. Jackson Blvd., 7th Floor Coleman Entrepreneurship Center
Chicago, IL 60604
CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST RECEPTION & OPENING REMARKS
Senior Vice President and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer for the Americas | Northern Trust
Deidra Jenkins is a Senior Vice President and recently appointed Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer-Americas at Northern Trust. She is responsible for the development, execution and leadership of the regional strategy for the Americas and collaboration with the Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer – APAC and EMEA. In this new role, her primary areas of focus includes collaboration on people representation, talent acquisition, retention, and development; creating, deploying and managing diversity and inclusion initiatives for employees throughout the Americas region; and ensuring all diversity and inclusion initiatives are directly aligned with the core strategic imperatives of the organization. Prior to becoming Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer-Americas, Deidra was the Director of Supplier Diversity in the Global Procurement Group. She was responsible for expanding the company’s business opportunities and strengthening corporate partnerships with diverse businesses. Under her leadership, Northern Trust experienced double-digit percentage increases year-over- year and the diverse vendor base expanded by 60%. Deidra began her career with Northern Trust in 1989 and has over 24 years of experience as a banking professional with expertise in operations, client servicing, product management, and change management. Deidra has served as a board member of The Chicago Minority Business Development Center (CMBDC), Secretary of the Executive Committee of CMBDC, Chair of the Education and Training Committee of CMBDC, certification committee member for the Women’s Business Development Center (WBDC), a WBDC Corporate Partner and Chairof the Membership Committee for the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) Financial Services Roundtable of Supplier Diversity Industry Group. Deidra earned a bachelor’s degree from Aurora University in Finance.
Facilitator: Dr. Regina Spellers Sims | Eagles Soar Consulting
Panelists: Dr. Horace Hall | DePaul College of Education; Dr. Patrick Murphy | DePaul Business School; Adam Malaty-Uhr | Bunker Labs/1871; Lasheda House | DePaul Law School Student; Michael Slaughter | DePaul School for New Learning Student; Miranda Standberry Wallace | PLATE45 Institute-Empowerment Collaborative
MORNING CLOSING REMARKS
Kelli McMiller| DePaul CAEA Board Member
Diversity & Inclusion Consultant & Entrepreneur | Onyx Rising Financial Services
NOON VETERANS CEREMONY AND LUNCH
AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS, BLOOD DRIVE AND VENDOR FAIR
1. “Entrepreneurship in the Arts: Hip-Hop, Comic Books & Social Responsibility” by Dominique “D-Nick” Stockman, The Microphone Misfitz
2. “Cultural and Social Accountability in Entrepreneurship” by Dr. Horace Hall, College of Education & The REAL Program
3. “The 4 Targes of Business Development through Growth Wheel” by Brandon Evans, Manager of Business & Entrepreneurship, YWCA Metropolitan Chicago
4. “Collaborative Engagement on Campus, in Business & Community” by PLATE45 Institute with Veterans Advocacy Group, Veterans Advocacy Service Organization and Shannon Stone Consulting, LLC
5. “Entrepreneurship & Bunker Labs” by Adam Malaty-Uhr, Fellowship Coordinator, Bunker Labs/1871
6. “Social Media Lab” by LinkedIn (FINAL TOPIC TBA)
ENTREPRENEURSHIP VENDOR FAIR AND AUTHOR TABLES
*Come prepared to shop and support our entrepreneurs and authors!
DePaul University—Veterans’ Day Blood Drive
Wednesday, November 8, 2017 | 11:30A-3:30P
To make an appointment, ask eligibility questions (or if you’ve lived or traveled outside the U.S. or Canada within a year), please call 1-800-7TO-GIVE or go to www.heartlandbc.org.
Eat iron-rich foods and drink extra water before the donation.
Appointments preferred; walk-ins welcome! Bring a photo ID.
Collaborative event by DePaul University Veterans Advocacy Student Organization (VASO), DePaul Coleman Entrepreneurship Center, DePaul Adult & Veteran Student Affairs and Veterans Advocacy Group with Shannon Stone Consulting, LLC.
BUSINESS OWNERS VENDOR CALL – JOIN THE SHOPPING EXPO
Contact us to join the Entrepreneurship Expo. FREE! Rates includes: Table and chairs, refreshments, and access to adult and diverse students, faculty, staff,alumni along with business execs. Contact Shannon Stone-Winding, ASK Mentor and President & CEO, Shannon Stone Consulting at (312) 371-7411 or email@example.com.
ABOUT SHANNON STONE CONSULTING, LLC
With an ever-changing workplace environment and market, Shannon Stone Consulting works as your COO concierge team. With our social good entrepreneur services, you can be confident that your project, event, department or non-profit will have the perfect partner in your corner. Shannon Stone-Winding leads this group and has over 20 years of marketing, event, project and consulting experience and is an experienced brand and business strategist with a social but professionally efficient approach to team management.
Chicago Regional Office announcement;
When: Wednesday, November 8, 2017 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Where: Chicago Heights Vet Center 1010 Dixie Hwy, 2nd Floor Chicago Heights, IL 60411
In honor of your service, please let us assist you with your benefit claim questions. Representatives from the Department of Veterans Affairs and several Veteran Service Organizations will be available.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2017
5:00 – 7:00pm
VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA – HOPE MANOR II
6002 West Halsted Street, Chicago, Illinois
RSVP & EWI Info @ www.teamworkenglewood.org or CALL: (773) 488-6600
Chicago Honors America’s Veterans
The ceremony will take place in front of the Doughboy statue. The program will culminate with a wreath laying ceremony at the Doughboy, a 21-gun salute, “Taps” and the “Armed Forces Medley.”
Soldier Field was named as such at the request of the Gold Star Mothers to honor the men lost in World War I. The Doughboy statue, originally placed in Garfield Park, was restored and installed in Soldier Field as part of the stadium renovation. Doughboy is an informal term for a member of the United States Army of Marine Corps, especially members of the American Expeditionary Forces in World War I.
Veterans Day is set aside to thank and honor living veterans who have served honorably in the military in wartime and peacetime. Originally known as Armistice Day and so declared by President Woodrow Wilson, it was created to mark the signing of the Armistice which ended World War I. Following World War II, it was declared a day to honor all veterans and in 1954, renamed Veterans Day by Congress.
FREE parking is available at the Waldron Parking Deck; exit at 18th Street from Lake Shore Drive.
Free Veterans Day Luncheon at the Montford Point Marine Association Chicago Chapter 2.
7011 S Vincennes Ave, Chicago, IL 60621
The next meeting of CVO will be from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on this Wednesday, November 15th, at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center. We meet in the 2nd floor Prescription Room (far north section of the building). Parking in the garage may be validated.
The agenda will include a scheduled presentation entitled “Mexican Americans in America’s Defense”, reports from selected committees: (Executive, Homelessness, Newsletter, Veterans Affairs, Legal Support), and helpful information. Bring your ideas to strengthen CVO and all veterans. You may renew your 2018 membership online (www.coalitionofvets.org/membership/ ) or at this meeting. CVO brochures are available and refreshments will be served! The following meeting is scheduled for January 17, 2018.
Come ready to network and fellowship with active veterans.
A person you know could be experiencing a mental health or substance use problem. Learn an action plan to help. You are more likely to encounter someone in an emotional or mental crisis than someone having a heart attack. Learn how to help a friend, family member, coworker or neighbor in need. Get trained in Mental Health First Aid.
Computer Training Institute of Chicago
Friday, November 17, 2017 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CST)
The Cliff Dwellers
200 S. Michigan Ave 22nd FL, Rooftop Deck
Computer Training Institute of Chicago
Invites you to our Veterans & Veterans Employers Meet-Up Event
The goal of this event is to connect Veterans & Veterans Employers.
We have employers who want to hire veterans. We have veterans who want to get hired. We are orgranizing this event to get both groups on the same page and connect them both, to the resources they both need, to reach their goals.
What current occupations are in demand?
What skills are Veteran employers looking for?
What careers and benefits are veterans looking for?
6:00-6:25 – Networking
6:25-6:30 – Veterans Guest Speaker Opening Remarks
6:30-8:00 – Panel Discussion (Audience Participation)
8:00-9:00 – Social interaction Between Veterans & Veterans Employers
Veterans & Employers Follow Us @chicagovetswork
Music DJ | Cash Bar