Tuesday, January 25, 8:30AM—9:30AM
For our January Sustainable Breakfast Series we are featuring a conversation on Well-being & Leadership For Employees to Drive Social Impact. The panelists will cover how to lead with your values in the moments that will make a difference.
Hear about local and national employee trends, small but impactful actions leaders can take to support team members, creating safety at work for people to be who they are, and how to bring sustainability into your work at any level of your organization.
Sarah Young, Founder, Zing Collaborative
Sarah Young is the founder of Zing Collaborative, a boutique leadership development company that works with organizations, teams, and individuals to create Expansive Impact. Sarah is grateful to work with leaders spanning industries and roles: from executive leadership teams, to construction and manufacturing companies, to high growth start-ups. Sarah is a former corporate leader, a two-time Ironman finisher, and a certified professional coach through both the International Coach Federation and the Co-Active Training Institute. Read Sarah’s full bio.
Mark Richardson, President, Unfinished Business LLC
In 2013 Mark left his position as Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at the Urban League of Greater Madison to start his own company, Unfinished Business LLC – a consulting company that helps professionals prepare for, navigate and accelerate career transition while also helping organizations prepare for, attract and acquire talent of color. One side of the business continually informs the other. In short, he connects talent with opportunity. Read Mark’s full bio.
Nyra Jordan, Social Impact Investment Director at American Family Insurance
Nyra Jordan is one of the founding directors of the American Family Insurance Institute for Corporate and Social Impact, a Madison, WI based innovation hub that leverages venture capital investment and transformative public and private partnerships to address the economic, educational, health and criminal justice disparities limiting opportunities in communities of color. As Social Impact Investment Director with “The Institute” Nyra’s goal is to support enterprises that are working to build resilient communities in the wake of environmental and social inequities. In addition, she is amplifying the voices of experts and founders focused on people-centered solutions for those impacted by the justice system. Nyra holds an undergraduate degree in Mass Communication, an MA in Criminal Justice Administration, and an MS in Social Innovation and Sustainability Leadership.
Sandy Xiong, Strategic Planning & Engagement Manager, City of Sun Prairie
Sandy Xiong is the Strategic Planning and Engagement Manager for the City of Sun Prairie where she supports the City’s strategic planning, employee engagement and organizational development initiatives. Sandy works closely with the City’s Communications & Diversity Strategist and Sustainability Coordinator to advance the city’s equity and sustainability programs. Sandy is a first-generation Hmong American and triathlete who finished her first Ironman in her hometown of Madison, WI last year. When she isn’t training, Sandy enjoys visiting her favorite county parks, trying new recipes, and spending time with her family. Sandy is a strong believer in leading with love and radical empathy to create change and build authentic connections.
Audience members will have an opportunity for Q & A, and a recording will be available to those registered if you cannot make it on the morning of the program.
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