CAASLAR 2020 Speakers
Bill Daniels Chair of Business Ethics – University of Wyoming
Kent Noble is the Bill Daniels Chair of Business Ethics at the University of Wyoming College of Business. Kent has a rich background in higher education, college athletics, and the television/film industry, as well as a passion for working with college students and business/community leaders on a local and national level.As the Bill Daniels Chair of Business Ethics, Kent’s responsibilities include:
Working with undergraduate and graduate students
Serving as a resource for Wyoming businesses and the state’s community colleges
Developing nationwide visibility for UW’s business ethics initiatives
Representing the College of Business in the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Consortium
What’s Your Brand?: Friday, April 24th, 10:00am
Nancy Patton, CUDE
Community Involvement Specialist – Canvas Credit Union
Nancy Patton is a woman of many passions. She loves her family, is hopelessly addicted to performing with local community theater, and would travel endlessly if she could afford it. She is also passionate about the credit union movement which means she has goofy credentials like Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor and Credit Union Development Educator. As a Community Involvement Specialist at Canvas Credit Union she teaches more than 100 personal finance classes each year. Nancy graduated from Colorado State University long ago with a degree in Horticulture and currently uses that horticultural training to grow some amazing zucchini.
Managing Student Loan Debt: Thursday, April 23rd, 1:15pm
Money Personalities: Friday, April 24th, 11:30am
Outside General Counsel – Williams & Fudge
Everything Collections: Thursday, April 23rd, 11:00am
Summer Shaffer, M.S.
Senior Associate Director, Communications, Outreach and Technology – Colorado State Unviersity
Summer Shaffer, M.S. has been working in generational research for over 20 years. She has helped both large and small organizations through open and candid conversations about generational differences, norms and impacts. In addition to her consulting work, she has worked in higher education and student affairs for over a decade at Colorado State University’s Career Center. She also co-hosts a generational management podcast and publishes blog articles on a variety of generational topics. Summer infuses her research with storytelling and humor. Participants will take away practical ideas on to use their new-found knowledge in an impactful manner in their work.
Millennials are so 1994- Gen Z is Here Creating Change!: Thursday, April 23rd, 3:45pm