Events

Access to Leadership 2013

04.25.13

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Lindquist & Vennum LLP, in collaboration with Medtronic, Minnesota Women Lawyers, and local bar organizations, is excited to present a lively, practical discussion on women and leadership in its third Access to Leadership forum.

This year’s breakfast format will include small-group discussions led by a distinguished assembly of Twin Cities women leaders. Men and women attendees will engage in thought-provoking dialogues, hear personal accounts of leadership, develop strategies for identifying leadership opportunities, learn how to overcome obstacles on the path to leadership, and gain inspiration for achieving effective leadership status. 

Thursday, April 25, 2013
Registration opens at 7:45 AM
Guest speaker and program 8:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Medtronic Mounds View Campus (MVC)
Mahle Auditorium
8200 Coral Sea St. NE
Mounds View, MN 55112 

Welcoming Remarks
The Honorable Diana E. Murphy
U.S. Court of Appeals Judge, Eighth Circuit

Opening Discussion
The Honorable Jeanne J. Graham
United States District Court Magistrate Judge, District of Minnesota

Michelle A. Miller
Vice President and Chief Counsel, Employment Law, Medtronic WHQ

Kimberly A. Nelson
Senior Vice President of External Relations, General Mills, 
and President of the General Mills Foundation 

CLE Credit
2.0 Elimination of Bias CLE credits have been applied for.

Contact
LaFromboise, Antoine J.
Communications and Brand Manager
T 612.371.3269

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