PD Bootcamp #15 - Smallwaukee – A Regional Approach to Networking (Speed Networking)
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When: Friday, February 2, 2018
5PM Registration | 5:30PM Program
Where: US Bank Building - Artisan Partners
777 E. Wisconsin Ave, 12th Floor
Milwaukee, Wisconsin  53202
United States
Presenter: Jennifer Buchholz
Contact: Sofina Ziu

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Smallwaukee – A Regional Approach to Networking (Speed Networking)

Instructor: Jennifer Buchholz


“Smallwaukee” is a localized way of saying that the world is a small place and most of us are more connected than we think.  It’s also a testament to how important connections and relationships are to professionals in the Milwaukee Region, where everyone knows someone you know – and they trust you more because of it. Attend this networking workshop and learn to create common ground with complete strangers, leverage existing connections to build new ones and plug into the community with a localized approach.

This workshop will appeal to Milwaukee Natives and those new to the city, as we will explore our community’s networking nuances while giving ample opportunity to practice your new skills with a facilitated speed networking format



Jennifer Buchholz has worked in higher education, training and development for more than 10 years for the financial services, manufacturing, insurance, and higher education industries.

Jennifer completed her Bachelor of Arts in Communication at UW-Parkside and a Master’s of Arts in Human Resource Development at Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. She has also completed PhD coursework for an Organization and Management degree.

She is an undergraduate business instructor with a number of local and online educational institutions including UW-Oshkosh, University of Phoenix. Organizational behavior, conflict resolution, motivation, collaboration, leadership skills, transformative leadership are her areas of expertise. 

Jennifer's training approach marries academic approach to practical application. Her personable delivery and attention to detail makes her an ideal instructor for professionals at all career levels.



- Please meet in the lobby of the US Bank building (up the escalators, if coming from Wisconsin Ave). Artisan volunteers will then shuttle groups up to the 12th floor.

- All attendees must show a government issued photo ID


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(Includes admission and a light appetizers)

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$10 Non-Members
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