February Luncheon — Shaping New Cultural Norms in the Workplace

    February 20, 2019
    11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
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    Atlantis Casino Resort Spa
    3800 S Virginia St
    Reno , NV 89502
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    The purpose of this event is to discuss and learn best practices for embracing the ever-changing and diverse workforce. The event will highlight the many benefits of having diversity within organizations. The discussion will include everything from how diversity will increase your bottom line to best practices for our members and non-members to promote equality and professionalism in the workplace. This topic is timely as our industry needs guidance on how to strengthen relationships within organizations and attract talent from outside our normal spheres. CREW of Northern Nevada wants to create a positive dialogue that honestly addresses the benefits and challenges of the changing workplace.

    Diane Danielson, Keynote & Panelist

    COO, SVN International Corp.

     

    Diane Danielson joined SVN International Corp. in 2012 and serves as the company’s Chief Operating Officer overseeing operations and brand development. She is a member of the executive committee and involved with the overall strategic growth of the firm. Diane is a former attorney, accomplished speaker, published author, and widely recognized advocate for diversity and inclusion in the workplace. 

    Diane is the author of two books on networking and founded the award-winning Downtown Women’s Club national network. In 2006, she launched the first social network for businesswomen in the U.S. Over the past decade, Diane has spoken on business trends, leadership, diversity and inclusion at top universities, Fortune 500 companies and industry organizations.

    In 2013, Diane was honored as one of 40 over 40 Women to Watch in Forbes.com. In 2014, she was selected by Bisnow as one of their 50 Power Women in Boston Commercial Real Estate. In 2015 Real Estate Forum named her a 2015 Woman of Influence; and in 2016, she was appointed to the Legacy Council of CREW Boston. In 2019, Diane was awarded the CREW Boston Leadership Achievement Award.

    Celeste Johnson, Panelist

    CEO Applied Companies

    Celeste is the CEO of The Applied Companies; one of the largest, locally owned and woman owned agencies in Northern Nevada. TAC helps business owners navigate the world of HR and workforce, as well as working directly with employees on job placement. She has her MBA from UNR, a PHR designation and have been in Reno for the past 20 + years.

    Anthony Hall, Panelist

     Partner at Simons Hall Johnston PC

     

    Anthony Hall is a Partner at Simons Halls Johnston PC in Reno, Nevada. Hall focuses on Labor and Employment and Workers Compensation law and is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts in Nevada, California, Colorado, the Nevada and California Supreme Courts, as well as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Society for Human Resource Management, past president of the Federal Bar Association and past-board member of Northern Nevada Human Resource Association. Hall received his Juris Doctor from University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law. Hall has been awarded The Best Lawyers in America© Labor Law – Management, Labor Law Union five years in a row and was featured in Nevada Business Magazine, Nevada Legal Elite on 2017. He was also awarded The Best Lawyers in America© Lawyer of the Year, Litigation – Labor and Employment in 2014.

    Debbie Robinson, Panelist

    Former General Counsel for Atlantis Casino Resort

    Debra Robinson is an attorney licensed by the Nevada and California state bars.  For the last 19 years Debbi served as General Counsel and Vice President of Human Resources for Monarch Casino & Resort, Inc. Monarch is the publicly traded parent company of the Atlantis Casino Resort in Nevada and Monarch Black Hawk Casino in Colorado.  Prior to joining Monarch,  her law practice focused on defense litigation and appeals, often representing employers.  In 2018 Debbi resigned her position with Monarch not to retire, but to “repurpose” and currently is available for consulting.  She serves on the Board of Directors for the Reno Problem Gambling Center, a non-profit organization that provides counseling support to people with gambling addictions. For fun, Debbi likes to garden and travel, with a goal of visiting all seven continents. 

     

    Tickets

    $25.00 Member Ticket (advance registration)
    $35.00 Member Ticket (at the door)

    $35.00 Non-Member Ticket (advance registration)
    $45.00 Non-Member Ticket (at the door)

    $500.00 Event Sponsorship

    $1.00 One Raffle Ticket

    $5.00 6 Raffle Tickets