Speaker Date Topic
Mike Lauesen Sep 18, 2019
Getting off the Treadmill: Escaping the Race to Nowhere

Mike will be practicing his TED talk with us on Wednesday morning!

Mike Lauesen calls himself a recovering CPA and computer salesman who cofounded his own chemical coating company (Nicoat) at the age of twenty-eight.
After building the enterprise into a multi-million dollar international company, he exited as founder/CEO and started a new career as a professional speaker and life coach. He enjoys his family, cycling, travel, and is a fanatical Chicago Cubs fan.
In April 2017 Mike released his first book, Getting off the Treadmill: Escaping the
Race to Nowhere. Mike is a Competent Toastmaster (International Speaking
Association) and coaches/ mentors business leaders or anyone who is a ready student. He is passionate, entertaining, and motivates audience members to take immediate and meaningful action steps at work and in our personal lives.

No Meeting Last Wed of Month Sep 25, 2019
Karen M Schultz, City Director Oct 09, 2019
Refuge for Women-Chicago
Eric Lin Oct 16, 2019
Taiwan Global Grant
Dist 6440 Governor Suzanne Gibson Oct 23, 2019
District Governor's Official Club Visit
No Speaker-No Meeting Oct 30, 2019
Last Wednesday of the Month
Pamela Jensen, International Justice Mission Nov 06, 2019
Human Rights and Combatting Human Slavery
Robin Byster Nov 13, 2019
Children's Home + Aid
Hank Pietraszek Nov 20, 2019
Crossing the Line

Crossing The Line is a true life story of my battle with Alcoholism. 
Hank is a Vietnam Veteran, Former Business Executive, Father and Grandfather and Recovering Alcoholic. He has been speaking to organizations, clubs, schools, treatment centers, and meeting with individuals, sharing his personal story of alcohol addiction and recovery.

Courtney McGovern Dec 11, 2019
Hope's In: How My Daily Endeavors Caught up to My Heart

Description: When she was just 15 years old, Courtney McGovern co-founded the nonprofit organization, Hope's In NFP. Now, McGovern has graduated from New York University with a degree in Nonprofit Organization Management and a Minor in Spanish and works full time for Hope's In NFP. The organization's mission is to empower families living in Guatemala City as well as develop the next generation of humanitarian leaders. Through building homes, running medical clinics and leading over 300 local people to Guatemala, Hope's In NFP continues to sharpen and strategize their plan for the future. Hear from McGovern as she talks passionately and honestly about her discoveries, experiences, and lifelong effort to have her intellect, community, methodology, and strategy for global impact catch up to her heart's initial investment in humanity. 

Don Sandel Dec 18, 2019

An innovative solution for the organization challenges of engagement, well-being, and performance