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Expert Spotlight

Shining a Light on Local Expertise

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An Ongoing Series

UW-Green Bay is creating a series of "Expert Spotlights" that shine a light on local expertise, benefiting area leaders, business managers and owners with cutting edge research and knowledge that can empower decision making and culture building. 

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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Building Resiliency in Supply Chains
Virtual Webinar | 45 Min Presentation & 15 Min Q&A | Starting at 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $25
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A Wall Street Journal article posted on March 18th, 2021 was titled: “Everywhere You Look the Supply Chain is a Mess.”  Then on March 23rd, the vessel Ever Given got stuck in the Suez Canal, a vital shipping passage. Extreme weather and backups in major U.S. ports have exacerbated supply chain issues. After months-long snarls in the global supply chain, the U.S. faces shortages of toilet paper, coffee, and furniture.   How are global supply chain issues impacting your business? Join David Jerrett for a conversation about building resiliency in supply chains. We’ll discuss:
 
  • What supply chain myths were exposed in the 2020 pandemic?  What have we learned?
  • What are the consequences of inaction/status quo?
  • How do we need to think about resiliency in supply chains?
  • What can your business start doing to build resiliency in your supply chain?
  • How UW-Green Bay’s Supply Chain Management certificate can benefit you and your team.
About David Jerrett
David Jerrett brings 30 years of executive leadership and management experience, responsible for leading and motivating nationwide and regional teams.  He earned his B.A. from the University of Pittsburgh and his M.B.A. from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. As chair of the Kibaoni Primary School Foundation, David supports the work of the Chris Long Foundation in Tanzania.  He is passionate about doing the right thing and helping others do their best. 
 
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David Jerrett
June 2021
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Thursday, September 7, 2021

Excel Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts
Virtual Webinar | 45 Min Presentation & 15 Min Q&A | Starting at 11:30 a.m.
Cost: $25


If you're looking for quick tips to improve your use of Excel, this is the training for you. No matter what your current level, you will get nuggets of wisdom to help you save time - and we make the training fun. You will learn valuable keyboard shortcuts, insider tips and hacks, and key ways to get more meaning out of your data faster. If Excel is not fun for you (yet), don't worry, Jennifer Buchholz of Excel and Flourish teaches in a way that helps all levels of learners. If you haven't taken an Excel training lately (or ever), we promise you will learn something to save you time! Bring your own computer for a hands-on experience, otherwise sit back and watch the demo. Specific questions are encouraged!
Every level will benefit from these tools. They will become better, stronger, faster in Excel.  Jennifer will provide a shortcut file as a bonus tool.
 
About Jennifer Buchholz
Best-selling author, entrepreneur, coach, and engaging geek Jennifer Buchholz has worked in higher education, training, and development for over 20-years. When she realized that traditional methods weren’t helping her students thrive—she founded Excel & Flourish in 2012. Based in Milwaukee, Excel & Flourish helps organizations and teams improve productivity and reduce frustration with Microsoft products through fun technical skills training. The result? Amped-up collaboration and better success across every aspect of their business and work.  

Her background includes a Masters in Human Resource Development and a Microsoft® Teams Adoption Specialist and is a Microsoft® Certified MOS Expert and Master as well as a  Microsoft® Certified Trainer.

Jennifer is an award-winning connector who consistently goes out of her way to help others succeed. Her passion is bringing people together so they have the tools, support, and resources they need to be successful. She is actively involved in numerous organizations including eWomen Network, NAWBO and more.  
 
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Jennifer Buchholz
September 2021
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More Virtual Webinars in the Works!

If you have questions about Expert Spotlight or have a suggestion for an expect, please reach out to our Business Development Specialists:

Tammy Clausen
Email: clausent@uwgb.edu
Phone: 715-504-3305
Judy Price
Email: pricej@uwgb.edu
Phone: 920-366-8328