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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In honor of this important initiative, the Montgomery County Prevention Coalition (MCPC) is working to support local businesses in preventing domestic violence incidents. You are invited to attend a Domestic Violence Community Conversation, taking place on Wednesday, October 11 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Montgomery County ADAMHS Board (409 E. Monument Ave.)
We hope you come prepared with information about the domestic violence problems you see in your workplace, recommendations for prevention strategies to address the problem, and requests from the Montgomery County Prevention Coalition. We will review quantitative data and gather qualitative data to help us understand the full scope of the problem. To register, visit this link and use the password MCPC.
If you are in need of support, the Montgomery County Local Help Now app offers free and low cost resources for mental health, substance use, and violence prevention available in our community.
Ohio Excels and the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation are hosting the fifth annual Aim Hire Workforce & Education Conference on Thursday, October 12, 2023, from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm.
We invite you, along with other business, education, political and community leaders from across Ohio, to take part in our fifth annual Aim Hire Workforce & Education Conference!
This conference, which will feature state and national experts, is designed for attendees to strengthen relationships, share best practices, and address the challenges and opportunities we face in preparing our students for postsecondary education success and career opportunities.
Please join us on October 12, 2023, where we will explore the current state of education and workforce in Ohio. This year's conference will explore the impact of artificial intelligence and disruptive technologies on our education and workforce systems. In addition, speakers will address key topics and solutions that are preparing Ohioans for success, such as tech-enabled learning, career pathways, and business advisory councils.
For more information, please see the agenda below. Please click the link to register for the conference and to provide input on your preferences for learning sessions. We hope you will join us!
Hilton Columbus Downtown
402 North High Street,
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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Join us on Wednesday, October 18.
Wednesday, October 18, 2023 11 a.m. – Noon CDT
Privacy Impact Assessment Master Class:
US State Privacy Impact Assessment Requirements and Implementation Strategy
*Please note the registration for this event is being handled by Ankura.
Has your organization implemented a scalable privacy impact assessment process? Learn how the pros are advising organizations on the US state level privacy law requirements for privacy impact assessments. These assessments must be retained and available for regulatory inspection, and California is proposing filing of summaries of all assessments conducted.
Hear from Ankura data privacy experts David Manek and David Farber, along with Alan Friel and Sasha Kiosse from our Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice.
This master class webinar will broaden your understanding of:
Join us for this informative and interactive webinar to find out how to implement a scalable privacy impact assessment process.
Hosted by Ankura and featuring Alan Friel, Chair of our Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice, Sasha Kiosse, Associate in our Data Privacy, Cybersecurity & Digital Assets Practice, David Manek, Ankura’s Data Privacy practice leader, and David Farber, Senior Director in Ankura’s Data Privacy Practice.
When: 19 Oct 2023 11:30 AM, EDT
Where: Hilton Garden Inn, 3520 Pentagon Blvd, Beavercreek, OH
SPEAKER: DR. MICHELLE T. BRANNUM
Dr. Michelle T. Brannum is the Director of Staff of AFWERX. She leads the execution of the Director’s Priorities for the $1.3 billion per year organization across the Air Force and Space Force through AFVentures, Spark, Prime, SpaceWERX, the Small Business Innovation Research and the Small Business Technology Transfer programs. Dr. Brannum is a graduate of Case Western Reserve University and earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Macromolecular Science and Engineering. In 2015, she received the Department of Defense (DoD) Science, Mathematics, and Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship and began research at the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) in the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate (RX). As a graduate student, Dr. Brannum completed research in the AFRL Photonic Materials Branch on stimuli responsive cholesteric liquid crystalline elastomers as a part of the Responsive Photonic Materials Team led by Dr. Timothy J. White. Prior to assuming her current position, Dr. Brannum served as the Chief, Commander’s Action Group, AFRL. In this position, she led a team of high performing individuals that provided executive level support to Major General Heather L. Pringle, Commander of AFRL. She joined the AFRL Commander’s Action Group in 2020 as Communication Lead for Major General Pringle. As Communication Lead, she crafted messaging for speeches, briefings, and various products for audiences that include the workforce, government, private industry, and academia. Dr. Brannum started her professional career in 2019 at AFRL/RX as a Project Manager for the Defense Production Act (DPA) Title III Executive Agent Program Office (EAPO). There she executed the acquisition and management of over $70 million of programs for the Space and Rare Earth Industrial Base. Dr. Brannum became internationally recognized as a subject matter expert in the Rare Earth Element Supply Chain and served as a liaison between governments, industry, and academia. Dr. Brannum was instrumental in the Award of over $100 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Funding in less than 30 days leading to the preservation of hundreds of specialized jobs and capabilities for the military marine vessels and aircraft propulsion industrial bases.
PRE-LUNCHEON CHECK-IN / NETWORKING: 11:30AM-11:45AM
LUNCHEON TIME: 11:45AM-1:00PM
RSVP REQUIRED: 48 hours prior to the luncheon. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
INDIVIDUAL REGISTRATION: Individual luncheons are $30 for pre-registered members, $35 for non-members/member walk-ins, and $40 for non-member walk-ins. You may pay online or by cash, check or credit card at the event. There is currently no charge for active duty and civilian government attendees, however, a registered no-show will be charged a nominal fee to cover the cost of the meal.
To find more information and register for other upcoming DWAFCEA Events click here.
When: 26 Oct 2023 4:30 PM, EDT
Where: Wandering Griffin - 3725 Presidential Dr, Beavercreek, OH 45324
Join DWAFCEA's Emerging Leaders on Thursday, October 26th at Wandering Griffin for an engaging conversation with
Mr. Charles Cook
Mr. Charles Cook is a recognized, extraordinarily successful federal civilian/contractor serving as a member of the Senior Executive Service for over 20 years in the Department of Defense (DoD). He has managed the programming, budgeting, execution, and chief financial officer duties at multiple levels. He has multi-disciplined financial management expertise gained from experience in senior management positions with the Office of the Secretary of Defense (Comptroller), Office of the Secretary of the Navy, the Senate Appropriations Committee (Defense Subcommittee), US Navy, and the US Marine Corps.
Among his many other accomplishments, Mr. Cook served as Acting Assistant Secretary of the Navy (Financial Management & Comptroller) from April through August of 2013, ran his own financial management contracting firm leveraging his 40+ years of expertise in the field, and now serves as a Specialist Executive in Government/Public Sector practice (National Security and Domestic Agencies) with Deloitte.
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