The Chamber’s Workforce Education Industrial Council invites you to attend an interactive workshop for today’s diverse workforce featuring…
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Presented by Citi
What will be covered during this workshop?
Embracing the Diversity of Today’s Multi-generational Workforce:
- Balancing Generational Strengths and Weaknesses
- Giving Employees What They Want
- What works to engage and retain people: simple cost-free things anyone can do and apply
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30-9:30 a.m.
Food City Depot at Franklin Commons
920 North State of Franklin Rd.
Cost: $25.00 per person– Continental Breakfast and training module provided
$200 Sponsorships Available
Your company will be highlighted as a sponsor of this event and includes 4 seats
Adam is a Roan Scholar, the Secretary of Allocations for ETSU’s Student Government Association, and the Vice President of the Entrepreneurs Club at ETSU.
A 2017 graduate of Tri-Cities Christian School, Adam has been native of this region for most of his life. His studies at ETSU included business finance, accounting, and storytelling, but he is also heavily involved with civic engagement programs on campus and has chaired a debate meant to help facilitate understanding and meaningful conversation between participants.
Adam’s passions include entrepreneurship and small business management, basketball, and coaching high school students. Upon graduation, he plans to step into a full-time roll with the company he started with his family while still utilizing his degree in finance to guide others with their investment and retirement whenever he can
Emmanuel is the Recruitment & Training Specialist for General Shale Brick, Inc, one of North America’s largest brick, stone and concrete block manufacturers. As the corporate recruiter for General Shale, Emmanuel is responsible for identifying high potential talent for the company and placing those individuals in roles best suited to their academic and professional backgrounds.
Emmanuel maintains strong relationships with employees post-hire and works closely with them and their managers to recommend and develop training initiates that will aid them in their careers with the company.
A native of East Tennessee, Emmanuel earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Milligan College in 2017. Much of his time outside of work is spent enjoying athletic and outdoor activities, supporting local businesses, spending time with family and friends, and traveling.
Dr. Melissa Stukes
Mary Slonaker was born and raised in East Tennessee and currently lives in Telford. I have been working at Citi for 33 years as of August of this year! I am married to a wonderful husband and have been married for 30 years.
Instead of children, I have had various dogs over all of these years and currently have a Whippet who is timid when meeting people for the first time, but is very, very fast when on a ball field chasing balls! My stress reliever is running on weekends and walking whenever possible.
James M. Cross
Mr. Cross is a native of Huntsville, Scott County, TN. He is a graduate of Huntsville High School and East Tenessee State University. At ETSU he obtained a bachelors in US History with a Minor: Psy & Military Science. He was commissioned 2nd Lt through ETSU Army RotC- Quartermaster Corps. He has obtained a Masters in Teaching, EDS- Educ’ Admin from ETSU and a Doctorate in Educational Administration from University Southern.
James has an array of Military education and experience including the following: Quartermaster Officer Basic- Ft. Lee, VA; Ft. Sam Houston, TX: Med Svc Corps Officer Basic/Advanced, Patient Administration, Faculty Development; Command/General Officer Staff College, Ft. Levenworth, KS; National War College, National Security Management, Washington DC.
He has had a few state side military assignments as well as overseas duties. He has also had many Army reserve assignments. As for civilian employment Mr. Cross has worked for the Washington County Department of Education since 1972.