Upcoming Monthly Lunches

    • Wednesday, May 27, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Zoom Webinar Details to follow

    The Lawyer Is In:
    Legal Issues in These Difficult Times
    Webinar Program - May 27th 

    Join SLSAE for a Zoom Webinar with
    Barbara Dunn, Partner, Barnes & Thornburg LLC

    This webinar will address:

    ~  Event Contracts in a COVID-19 World

    ~  Force majeure provisions in all contracts

    ~  Risk Management - Indemnification/Insurance

    CAE Credit:  1.0 Hours

    Administration - 6.C Legal and Risk Management

    Our Speaker:

     Barbara Dunn
     Barnes & Thornburg LLC

    Corporate lawyer Barbara Dunn advises nonprofits and related entities on the unique laws impacting tax-exempt organizations. She is also nationally known for her practice in the hospitality industry, assisting groups with their meeting and trade show contracts. Barbara is valued for her no-nonsense, responsive approach to problem-solving and client service.

    • Tuesday, July 21, 2020
    • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Frontenac Hilton

    Join SLSAE For lunch and learning on Tuesday, July 21st for the RESCHEDULED Program:

    The Data Dive: Understand How to Improve Your Member Communications

    What do you do with all the data you’re collecting on current and prospective members who visit your organization’s website, social media platform, surveys, etc.?

    This information is a gold mine for your ability to understand and make strategic decisions on how to improve your member communications and build a strong strategic communications plan. This presentation will:

    • Educate, engage and encourage you about how to use data to develop and drive a stronger communications program that will help attract and retain members.
    • Teach you what the PESO model is and how you'll use it to improve member communications.
    • Understand how to develop and build an ongoing communications campaign to improve your organization’s online presence.

    Ann Marie Mayuga, partner at AMM Communications, will give you a practical and doable plan that you, your team and volunteer board will be able to understand and implement.

    CAE Credit: 1.0 Hours
    Strategic Management 1.E
    Knowledge Management & Research 7.A/B

    Our Speaker:

    Annmarie Mayuga
    AMM Communications

    Ann Marie Mayuga is co-founder and principal of AMM Communications, a St. Louis-based public relations, strategic communications and internal communications skills training firm, founded in 2008. The mission of the firm is to help organizations craft their messaging to become wildly successful for long-term growth. AMM Communications works with businesses and not-for-profits throughout the Midwest that are in the banking, financial services, professional services, healthcare, technology, and manufacturing industries. The firm has been voted by the readers of Small Business Monthly as one of the “Top PR Firms in St. Louis” from 2010-2019 consecutively and is a certified Women Business Enterprise (WBE) on the local, state, federal and national level.

    What makes Ann Marie excited about presenting to SLSAE is that she worked for not-for-profits when she lived in Washington, D.C. and has an appreciation for the opportunities and challenges not-for-profit executives experience in the ever-changing business world.

    Please connect with Ann Marie on LinkedIn.

    • Thursday, September 17, 2020
    • 11:15 AM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Knight Center at Washington University

    Join SLSAE For lunch and learning on Thursday, September 17th at the Knight Center at Washington University.

    TOPIC:  Cannabis in the Workplace:  An HR and Legal Response

    CAE Credit: 1.0 Hours
    Strategic Management 1.E
    Knowledge Management & Research 7.A/B

    Our SPEAKERS:  


     Katie Magoon
     People Solutions Center

    Susan Bassford Wilson
     Labor & Employment Partner
     Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete LLP

    • Tuesday, October 20, 2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • TBD

    Join SLSAE For lunch and learning on Tuesday, October 20th on:

    Volunteer Recruitment & Retention 

    Do you find it difficult to find volunteers for your organization? Or, do you experience your volunteer participation decrease while your need increases?

    At the end of this session you will

    • Understand the concept of servant leadership, 
    • Identify useful methods to recruit volunteers to support your mission, and 
    • Discover ways to increase your volunteer retention by meeting volunteer needs in the 21st century.

    CAE Credit:  1.0 Hours
    Governance & Structure 2.B - Volunteer Leadership Development

    Our Speaker:

    Rhonda Travers,
    Enterprise Testing Manager
    Wells Fargo

    Rhonda Travers is a business-oriented leader recognized for making a positive impact, building teams and talent, and driving results and excellence.  With over 20 years in internal audit and compliance leadership roles, Rhonda fulfills her passion for coaching professionals and educating business leaders by conducting internal training presentations, organizational management discussions, and external speaking engagements. She has extensive experience delivering topics related to supervisory methods, communication skills, report writing, professional internal audit standards and methodologies, and internal controls overview.

    Rhonda also engages her leadership skills to influence positive community development. She has served over 15 years for the American Cancer Society as a Relay For Life Event Leadership Team Member and is currently the Missouri Area Relay Leadership Team– Coaching and Development Lead for over 40 Relay For Life Event Leadership Teams. Through these roles, Rhonda has delivered training presentations on volunteer recruitment, retention and recognition, fundraising goal setting, and impactful speaking.

    In addition to these commitments, Rhonda has been involved with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri over the past six years, with her current role within the Women’s Leadership Network Steering Committee to develop future generations of women leaders. She has also served as a member of the Board of Governors within the St. Louis Chapter of the Institute of Internal Auditors for over 10 years.

    Rhonda earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Millikin University. She completed the Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certifications.

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