2017 WLI Pressure Points Speakers

Our 2017 Pressure Points event is a full day of expert tips and insight into navigating a secular workplace as a Christian.  Although our events are traditionally geared for female audiences, this special one-day event is led by and designed for both men and women!


Here are our four fantastic workshop leaders for the 2017 Pressure Points Event:

Diana Barnett

2017 Pressure Points Topic: Bring Your Whole Self to Work

Diana Barnett is currently a SC Logistics Manager of Compliance and Rates with MillerCoors.  Diana is actively completing her Doctorate in
Organizational Leadership from the University of Phoenix.  She holds a Master’s Degree from Concordia University where she majored in Marketing.  Diana is an Adjunct for Concordia University in their Masters of Science program OLA and serves on the OLA Advisory Board with Concordia University.  READ MORE...

Greg Marshall

WLI Pressure Points Topic: We Are More Than Our Job Titles

Greg Marshall is Chief Storyteller and Producer at CI Design, a brand story and experience co. in Milwaukee’s Third Ward. He assists businesses, professional sports teams/athletes and other organizations in creating powerful stories and experiences that increase traction and momentum with their audiences. His story includes working as a therapist for children who have autism, starting a publishing company, being a full time hip hop artist, co-founding a music mentorship non-profit, and growing a branding business.  READ MORE...

George McAllan

2017 WLI Pressure Points Topic: Conflict - Something Happened, Now What?

George McAllan is the International Managing Director at Dunkin’ Brands and has a BBA and MBA from Northwood University and a background in business management and marketing. George hails from Frankenmuth, Michigan. He and his wife Kristin live in Sanford, Florida.

 

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Gloria Nelund

2017 WLI Pressure Points Topic: Letting God Lead

Gloria Nelund spent 30 years on Wall Street as one of the most successful and visible executives in the international investment management industry.   After retiring from Deutsche Bank as CEO of their $50 billion North America Private Wealth Management division, she co-founded TriLinc Global; an investment firm dedicated to launching and managing innovative impact investment funds that will exponentially increase private capital participation to help solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges.  READ MORE...