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Friday, May 17

APICS is hosting the 2019 Spring Seminar from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Mahoney State Park in Ashland. Keynote speakers will include Dr. Steve Schulz, University of Nebraska at Omaha Professor of Supply Chain Management and Anil Srinivasan, executive vice president of ProKarma Inc. Schulz will be discussing integrating talent and technology and Srinivasan will be discussing enterprise transformation using agile principles. Registration is available online but registration will close on May 15.

The first session of the Nonprofit Association of the Midlands Inclusion Series will explore Implicit Bias from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the UNO Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center. Participants will identify socialization in their own lives; view the difference and similarities of their experiences and others; and begin to understand how to recognize and deconstruct unconscious bias. The presenter will be Tena Hahn Rodriguez with Inclusive Communities. Registration is available online.




Tuesday, May 21

The Nebraska Society of Certified Public Accountants is hosting an all-day workshop on “Complications, Reviews, and Preparations: Engagement Performance and Annual Update” at Mahoney State Park in Ashland. This is worth eight hours of CPE Credits and will be lead by Jeff Lienman. Lienman will focus on how to apply SSARS No. 21, clarification and recodification, changes to the issuance of SSARS Nos. 22, 23, and 24, among others. Parking and lunch are provided and the cost is $265 for society members and $315 for non-society members.

The Heartland Women’s Network is featuring speaker Teresa Houser, executive director of Magdalene Omaha, at it’s monthly meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Houser, an Omaha native, has over 30 years of nonprofit experience and community service, including over 24 years of experience in addiction recovery programs and over 18 years of experience in working with survivors of prostitution and sex trafficking. In 2014, she founded the Friends of Tamar, an organization dedicated to supporting survivors of sexual violence in all its forms, including rape, domestic violence, and trafficking. It was from this work that efforts to establish Magdalene Omaha began.

The American Academy of Professional Coders, Omaha Metro Chapter is hosting its local chapter meeting at 4 p.m. at the CHI Service Center South Building. Speaker Linda Duckworth, CHC, CPC, will be discussing “Transitioning from Coder to Auditor and Beyond.” This talk will include how to prepare for career advancement, how to set yourself apart and what do hiring managers look for. Registration is available online.

The Lincoln Independent Business Association is hosting its monthly luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at The Graduate Hotel. This month’s luncheon will honor the 2019 LIBA Free Enterprise Scholarship recipients. Registration is available online and the cost to attend is $14.




Tuesday, June 11

The Lincoln Human Resource Management Association is hosting its June program and workshop at the Wilderness Ridge from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event includes lunch and a keynote address on “Recruitment Creativity — Hiring the For- merly Incarcerated” from Jeremy Bourman from RISE and Pam Bourne from Woods & Aitken LLP. Registration is available online.






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