Thursday, October 24, 2019 | 4:30pm – 6:30pm
What does service mean to you? Does it simply mean helping someone? Is it a commitment to top-notch assistance or advice? Or does it involve having a connection to the community? Is it a practice? Is it a habit? Is it an art?
At ArcStone, our interpretation spans all of these definitions. We’re committed to providing helpful, friendly, responsive service in an advisory role and a “roll up your shirt sleeves” role. We’re also dedicated to being involved in our community and making the world a happier place.
Our next Happy(our) focuses on our value of Service at work; our commitment to our customers, and our connection to the community, and to each other.
We’ve recruited three experts — Janet Hallaway, Lexi Reed Holtum, and Tim McNiff — to discuss their approach to service. Our panelists will explore what service means to them. We’ll also discuss the challenges and rewards that are inherent to living a life dedicated to service. Learn and be inspired by our panelists — incorporate their hard-won lessons into your own approach to service.
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Thursday, October 24, 2019
4:30 – 6:30 PM
Panelists Conversation | 5:00 PM
Music and Social | 6:00 PM
Drinks and light snacks with be provided
Prior to joining 180 Degrees, Janet held leadership roles at The Bridge for Youth and Gillette Children's Hospital Foundation. A Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE), Janet has also held leadership roles in the for-profit sector including The Rockport Shoe Company, G.H. Bass Inc., and NordicTrack. Janet a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston College.
Lexi was instrumental in the passage of Steve’s Law and the 2015 appropriation enabling first responders to have the resources they need to implement the law. She is also responsible for the creation of the Network’s Overdose Prevention Program and for fostering partnerships between hospitals, treatment and sober living facilities, and communities to reduce opioid overdose deaths.
Tim McNiff is a native Minnesotan who turned an internship at KARE-11 into an Emmy Award winning career in TV news and sports broadcasting that spanned more than 25-years.
Tim left broadcasting to work at a PR firm before launching his own business, focused on strategic communication and multi-platform story-telling,
A blogger for the National Sports Center and co-host of the ‘Beyond Grit’ podcast, Tim has created a trusted brand for helping business communicate more effectively.
As a founder of both ArcStone and AMO, David has over 20 years of experience in management, marketing, design, and software development. He is a leader in the Minneapolis tech community and strives to partner with organizations that give back. Outside of ArcStone, David enjoys writing music with his wife and ArcStone co-founder, Lisa, hanging out with his 2 kids, and playing with his rambunctious new puppy, Ziggy.
deVon R. Gray, multi-instrumentalist, is best known as dVRG in the acclaimed live hip hop band, Heiruspecs. Lesser known are his classical and chamber music works, film scores, experimental collaborations (SPCO Liquid Music Series), arranging credits (Poliça, The Cloak Ox, Allan Kingdom), session work, and production.
Patrick Pegg is a Director of Photography and musician / multimedia producer based in Minneapolis, MN.
Parking & Location
There is free parking in the lot behind the big Egg & I sign and street parking along Aldrich Ave and surrounding streets. Enter through the side door under the black awning marked “2836” next to the lot. We are the first door on the basement level.
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