Bret Keisling is joined by The National Center for Employee Ownership's Jaymie Oviedo and Danielle Clarke-Newell for an in-depth look at NCEO's Fall ESOP Forum, which will be held September 26-28, 2022, in St. Louis. The team describes the Fall Forum's sessions, networking opportunities, sky top luncheon, pre-Forum content, virtual and in-person events, and registration deadlines.
The Keynote Speaker is Jack Stack of the Great Game of Business. Among the many sessions, recent podcast guest Albert del Pilar of ButcherJoseph will be presenting the same topic he shared on the podcast, "Rising Interest Rates & ESOP Valuations." Jesse Tyler, host of the Owner to Owner podcast, and Jon Sweigert of Praxis Consulting Group will present "Continuous Improvement: Employee Ownership in Action."
Mentioned in the episode:
Conversations with Corey Rosen: - The Legislative Momentum for Employee Ownership: What Happens Next? - September 20, 2022, launch of Corey Rosen's and John Case's new book "Ownership: Rethinking Capitalism, Companies, and Who Owns What."
Episode 210 Show Notes
About Jaymie Oviedo
NCEO Senior Director of Events
As the senior director of events for the NCEO, Jaymie Oviedo manages meetings and events that encourage thriving employee ownership. Jaymie is an experienced event operation and marketing professional serving across a multitude of industries. You’ll see her volunteering and modeling service to her family and friends.
She was born in the Pacific Northwest but has lived in San Diego, Phoenix, and Denver, and recently moved to the East Coast with her husband, two young children, and a family rescue dog. She is an avid Ironman triathlete, runner, hiker, and golfer.
About Danielle Clarke-Newell
NCEO Event Associate
Danielle Clarke-Newell is an event associate at the NCEO. She manages the event communications and coordinates the logistics for the NCEO's webinar compass series, seminars and the Fall ESOP Forum. Danielle’s event-planning career spans over a decade in the orchestral, hospitality, media, and pharmaceutical industries. She has planned conferences, virtual convenings, board meetings, and corporate gatherings. She holds a bachelor's degree in Marketing with a minor in event planning from LIM College in New York City.
When she’s not managing the programming for our events, she is an avid cook, enjoys practicing yin yoga, tending to her plants, and reading.
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