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June Membership Meeting - Interactive Workshop
Jun
21
5:30 PM17:30

June Membership Meeting - Interactive Workshop

Please join us for a fun and interactive workshop!

The evening will start off with a tour at the Streimer Sheet Metal Works, Inc.’s shop. Attendees will participate in the making of NAWIC coasters! Streimer will provide safety glasses, however, prescription safety glasses are the responsibility of the attendee. Following the workshop, please join us for dinner at The Widmer Brothers Brewery.

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May Membership Meeting
May
17
5:30 PM17:30

May Membership Meeting

Speaker:  Katherine Caldwell
Topic: Constructing Effective Workers Compensation Policies

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Kate manages HWB Oregon’s state workers’ compensation defense practice.  With over 12 years of experience in the field, she takes pride in her role as a problem solver for her clients.  Kate is very active in the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Oregon State Bar and currently serves on both the Executive Committee and the Access to Justice Committee.  When she’s not working, Kate enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children.

 

Speaker:  Corinna Kupelwieser, Senior Risk Executive
Topic: First Three Days of a claim

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Corinna has worked on the employer side as a Safety Manager and implemented successful data-based programs that significantly reduced workers’ compensation claims and costs.  Her programs are recognized at the state and national levels. Using her background in research, she has implemented data analysis to support on-going client risk management objectives. She evaluates operations, management practices, and risk management policies of clients and assesses effectiveness in obtaining risk management goals.

Corinna is actively involved in several professional associations including the Risk and Insurance Management Society and the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers.  She currently serves as the President-elect of the American Society of Safety Engineers (CWC chapter).

Cost: $35 for members, $40 for non-members, (Includes dinner and non-alcoholic beverages.)

5:30-6:00 pm       Networking
6:00 pm                Dinner
6:15-7:15 pm          Presentation
7:00-8:00 pm       Networking

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April Membership Meeting
Apr
12
4:30 PM16:30

April Membership Meeting

Are You Ready? 

Presence will help you attract and connect to your audience, get a date, a promotion or a sale.

Presence makes people more attracted to, and trusting of you. Presence will help you lead and make an impact in your family, work, or community. Please join us for a fun and interactive workshop!

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March Membership Meeting - WIC Week Finale
Mar
15
5:30 PM17:30

March Membership Meeting - WIC Week Finale

Speaker:  Dawn Jones Redstone
Meeting Topic:  ‘Sista in the Brotherhood’ Film Screening

In celebration of Women In Construction Week, the March Chapter Meeting will feature a film screening of the short film, ‘Sistah in the Brotherhood’ by the film’s director Dawn Jones Redstone. 

About Dawn

Dawn is a queer, Latinx filmmaker whose work centers the experiences of women and people of color. She's director and co-writer of the multi-award winning short film, Sista in the Brotherhood. Prior to making the film, Dawn worked as a journey-level carpenter and then went on to become training manager at Oregon Tradeswomen, Inc. for several years. Her work has appeared online, in commercials and in festivals around the world. She is the 2016 recipient of the Lilla Jewel Award and has been named a Woman of Vision by the Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce.  Dawn is also the director of the recently released short We Have Our Ways as well as director/co-writer of the upcoming web series Nonprofit.

About the film

Sista in the Brotherhood is a 20-minute, narrative, short film about a black tradeswoman who faces discrimination on a new job site and who must choose between making a stand or keeping her job.

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The story follows apprentice carpenter (Sidony O’neal) who struggles to prove herself on her first day at a new job site. An outlier in a white, male-dominated workforce, she’s forced to navigate the crew’s reactions to her. When tensions arise, she receives inspiration from a surprising source to help her decide to either make a stand or risk never being recognized as the skilled worker she has become.

The film has screened and received awards across the country and is now being used to educate about the experience of women of color in male dominated careers. Sista was most recently purchased by the United Auto Workers International Union of Detroit as a training tool--one of over thirty organizations to use it for its illumination of workplace dynamics, sexism, racism, micro-aggressions and more.


Cost: $35 for members, $40 for non-members, (Includes dinner and non-alcoholic beverages.)

5:30-6:00 pm     Networking

6:00 pm     Dinner

6:15-7:15 pm      Presentation

7:00-8:00 pm      Networking

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