Current Young Professionals, a program of the Greater Green Bay Chamber, is shifting its Future 15 & Young Professional Awards, presented by The Donald J. Schneider MBA program at St. Norbert College, on Thursday, July 23, to a virtual-only event—and you’re invited to attend!
The event will include a live Zoom celebration showcasing all the Future 15 & Young Professional Award finalists including honoree videos, sponsor vignettes and award recipient announcements. In additional, finalists will receive an in-person visit from a safe social distance at their home from volunteers during the live celebration.
Some members of the UW-Green Bay community have been nominated: Kassie Batchelor, senior associate athletic director for compliance and student welfare/senior woman administrator, Ben Joniaux, chief of staff, Claudia Guzman, director of student life, as well as alumna Briana Peters (Accounting and Business) ’13.
“While we may be physically distant, we’re making efforts to feel as if we are all together,” said Mallory Nash, Current Young Professionals program manager. “We are working hard behind the scenes to ensure this is a Future 15 & Young Professional Awards to remember.”
The event will honor the Future 15 Young Professionals, from which one Young Professional of the Year (sponsored by KBX Logistics, LLC) will be selected. In addition, the Young Entrepreneur of the Year (sponsored by Nicolet National Bank) and Next Generation Best Place to Work (sponsored by PAi Retirement Services) recipients will be announced from among the nominees.
The event’s gold investors include Green Bay Country Club, Northcoast Productions, UW-Green Bay’s Austin E. Cofrin School of Business and Pieper Electric.
Registration is open and free to the first 500 attendees; learn more at http://www.GreaterGBC.org/Future15.