Speaker Date Topic
Mark Glennon, president of wirepoints.org May 29, 2019
wirepoints.org
wirepoints.org

Mark Glennon is the president of wirepoints.org, a taxpayers’ fiscal watchdog of Illinois and its local governments.  They generate daily email bulletin with a compilation of articles and research about the perilous fiscal condition of Illinois and its local governments.

A former attorney and investment banker, he is now devoting full-time to this, along with a colleague, Ted Dabrowski.

Host: David Barkhausen
Zbig Skiba President of Skiba Associates Jun 05, 2019
Improve Communication and Teamwork by Recognizing Behavioral Styles
Improve Communication and Teamwork by Recognizing Behavioral Styles

Zbig is President of Skiba Associates, which Helps Teams Work Together to Get Things Done. In his first management role, Zbig struggled with soft skills and lacked the support he needed to improve. That experience remains vivid—and drives his commitment to helping others. Zbig is deeply committed to helping his clients achieve professional and personal growth through team alignment workshops, hiring support, and soft skill coaching. Zbig has an MBA from Kellogg and a degree in engineering.

Zbig is a also proud Rotarian and member of the Evanston Lighthouse Rotary Club. He currently heads up Trees for Evanston Parks, a club effort which has planted almost 200 trees in the past 2 years.
Zbig will serve the club as President in 2020-2021.

As Rotarians, we enjoy getting together and working to make the world a better place. That said, aren't there some folks we get along with well, and others who occasionally rub us the wrong way? It may be due to different behavioral tendencies and communication styles. This presentation is based on the DISC behavioral profile methodology. 

Host: Ellen Yong

Wendy Rheault Int. Pres, Rosalind Franklin Univ. Jun 12, 2019
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science
Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science

Interim President and CEO Wendy Rheault, PT, PhD, FASAHP, FNAP, who stepped into her new role on Jan. 1, 2019, has served the university in numerous faculty and administrative capacities for nearly 40 years. Named the first provost of the institution in 2014, she spent the next four years working closely with the president, deans and vice presidents in developing academic priorities, providing strategic direction and ensuring academic accountability.

A distinguished fellow of the National Academies of Practice and Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP), she has served as a visiting professor at the Mayo Clinic, on two committees of the National Academy of Medicine, as a member of the board of the Healthcare Foundation of Northern Lake County and past president of the Midwest Deans of the ASAHP.

Named in 2018 among Crain’s Chicago Notable Women in Education and Distinguished Alumni of the Year by Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, where she earned a BS in physical therapy, Dr. Rheault is also an alumna of the University of Chicago, which awarded her a master of arts in curriculum and instruction, and a PhD in measurement, evaluation and statistical analysis.

Host: Art Chantler

Elyse Danckers, Exe Director, Waukegan to College Jun 19, 2019
Waukegan to College- Mission
Waukegan to College- Mission

Elyse Danckers, has been involved with Waukegan to College since planning began with Lake County United in 2008. Her passion for helping students develop their talents and grow to be their academic best led her to Waukegan. As W2C’s founding director, she manages the organization’s operations, and works with the broad community to develop resources for the organization including volunteers, advisors, presenters and funders. Prior to joining W2C she was a business development director with an international publisher and a management consultant. She earned an MBA at the University of Chicago and BA in mathematics from Northwestern University. She is married, has two daughters, and lives in Libertyville.

Since 2009 Waukegan to College (W2C) has been serving the community by providing year-round college readiness service to students who start off shy and quiet but grow into mature successful young adults .It is our mission at W2C to create brighter futures for students, families and the community by helping students prepare to enroll in and graduate from college.

Host: Randy Daniel

TBA Jun 26, 2019
Change of Guards
Club Assembly Jul 03, 2019
Club Assembly
Courtney McGovern and Alexis Portugal, Hope's In Jul 10, 2019
Hope’s In service project
Hope’s In service project

Hope’s In was co-founded by twin sisters, Ashley and Courtney Quigley in 2012 during their junior year of high school. The twin’s family had been doing international service work since they were just ten years old so they had developed a strong passion for serving and empowering others throughout their childhood however, it was the life of one little girl that inspired them to act bolder than ever before.

HOPE’S IN is dedicated to impacting and empowering the Guatemala City garbage dump communities and developing the next generation of humanitarian leaders.


Host: Terry Desmond

TBD Jul 17, 2019
TBD



Host: Tom Coyle