Saturday, November 5, 2016
9 - 10:30 a.m.
|Location||View maps and directions to Eastlund Room, Community Life Center (CLC) Level 2|
|Registration||Registration has now closed. Please contact Joyce LeMay if you need to make changes to your registration, firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Sponsors||Bethel University Department of Business and Economics|
The Business & Economics Department invites undergraduate students from all majors (including undecided) to join us for a special breakfast event exploring the importance of dreaming big and discovering callings as women in the business field.
Dream big... Take risks
When asked how they achieved their success, leaders in all sectors of society often point to their ability to dream big as a first step in planning their careers. Our featured speaker, Jamie Candee, CEO of Questar Assessment is no exception. She believes the practice of dreaming big is a precursor to the act of achieving big and will challenge us to purposefully dream to achieve God's glory.
About our Keynote Speaker
Jamie Candee is the president and CEO of Questar Assessment Inc., a K–12 educational assessment provider focused on building a bridge between learning and accountability. Jamie is the driving force behind Questar’s commitment to creating meaningful assessments that give educators the insights they need to fully prepare students for college or career. She has worked in K–12 education for over 10 years and is deeply committed to improving an education system that is in need of better, more effective assessments that ultimately aid in classroom instruction.
In 2015, Jamie was selected by Minnesota Business magazine as one of their 2015 (Real) Power 50. This annual list recognizes 50 “remarkable players in the Minnesota business community” for exceptional leadership in their industries and communities. Jamie serves on the board of directors for Women of Nations, a Minnesota-based nonprofit committed to ensuring that all women and children live free of domestic violence. Jamie is an active speaker, especially on topics that support and advance women in business; and she serves as a mentor for Bethel Biz.
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