Celebrating Women in Government 2024

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MnCCC's 2023 Celebrating Women in Government brought together 60+ women from across the state to be empowered, encouraged, and challenged by our speakers and other attendees. Because this event was well-received and highly requested to come back, we’re hosting it again on Friday, March 8, 2024, at the MCIT building in St. Paul, and it’s going to be bigger and better than ever. This event is open to all ages, genders, and organizations – come one, come all!

We’d like to thank those organizations who are graciously supporting our event – Accelebrate, Brave North Technology, Clifton Larson Allen (CLA), Google Public Sector, Hollstadt Consulting, RTVision, Strategic Technologies Inc., TriMin, Tyler Technologies, and UKG. We could not offer an event this scale without your support. If your organization would like to support this event, please use this link to submit sponsorship for Celebrating Women in Government.

Attendees: The deadline to register for the event is February 20, so don’t forget to sign up on RSVP to reserve your seat! The cost to attend is $50, which includes the cost of breakfast, lunch, and refreshments for the day. Attendees will also receive a swag bag filled with items curated by the MnCCC Marketing Team and our sponsors. Register by visiting March 8 on the RSVP calendar, or by clicking the registration link below. You don’t want to miss this!

Now, the moment we’ve all been waiting for…

Our agenda and speakers are as follows:

9:00-9:45 am Breakfast and Networking
9:45-11:00 am Work Like a Boss! Kick Your Fear in the Face, presented by Nancy Lyons of Clockwork
11:00-11:15 am Break
11:15 am-12:15 pm Amplifying Impact Through Self and Community Care, presented by Terri Allred of Allred Coaching and Consulting
12:15-1:15 pm Lunch
1:15-2:15 pm #IAmRemarkable Workshop, presented by Anne Ehrhart of Google Public Sector
2:15-3:00 pm Discussion and Wrap Up

We can’t wait for you to see the speakers we have lined up, and we know you’ll enjoy each of them! We even took some time to sit down with our headliner Nancy Lyons to learn more about her and her views on the world. You can view the Blogcast episode here: https://vimeo.com/906226774/41129ad883?share=copy

Learn More About Our Speakers

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Nancy Lyons, CEO & Co-Founder of Clockwork

Nancy is CEO and co-founder of Clockwork, and is an international speaker who understands that humans are the hardest part of work. She’s not afraid to say that things are never going back to the way they were, and she believes that’s actually great. Because the secret to good energy at work isn’t in a room. It’s in our minds and behaviors. Everything companies–and people–want from their work cultures hinges on humans showing up with mindsets that aren’t like the old ways. She’ll (metaphorically) kick you in the pants to get you un-stuck from old, cozy habits and to use your personal power to be the change you want in your workplace. More than anything, she challenges people to unleash their potential and harness the human side of business–by showing up different. She is the author of the Amazon bestseller Work Like a Boss: A kick-in-the-pants Guide to Finding (and Using) your Power at Work 2020 and a selection of past award titles include Most Admired CEO, 100 People to Know, and Business Owner of the Year.

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Terri Allred, Allred Coaching and Consulting

Terri is a dynamic and experienced consultant, leadership development expert, and catalyst for team transformation. With a passion for helping nonprofit and business leaders unlock the full potential of their teams, Terri brings a unique blend of skills and expertise to drive impactful change. Terri's passion for justice led her to a career working with sexual assault and domestic violence survivors directly after completing her Master of Theological Studies in Feminist Theology. After working as a trauma therapist with survivors and perpetrators of violence for a decade, she moved into nonprofit management and systems-change in order to make a more comprehensive impact on this social issue. Even while she served as Executive Director of 6 nonprofits in three states, Terri always owned and operated a consulting and coaching business. For more than 25 years, she has provided training, business and personal coaching, program development and many other services to hundreds of individuals and organizations. Terri is a certified Spiritual Coach, Enneagram Facilitator, Reiki Master, Restorative Justice Facilitator, Life Coach and Hypnotherapist. She is also certified in Deep Streaming Facilitation, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Emotional Freedom Technique, and Time Integrations For Maximum Empowerment (T.I.M.E). When Terri isn't working, you can find her looking for seashells with her family, creating pottery or snuggling with her dogs at home.

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Anne Ehrhart, Google Public Sector

Anne serves as a Customer Relationship Manager for Google Public Sector, primarily focusing on local governments, school districts, and higher education institutions located in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Anne possesses over fifteen years of integrated sales and marketing experience, having effectively managed relationships, account teams, and programs within both the private and public sectors. A long-standing member of the Google team, Anne has contributed her expertise in various roles spanning sales enablement, insights and analytics, marketing, and most recently, Cloud, over a period of nearly twelve years. Currently residing in Minnesota with her husband and two young children, Anne is enthusiastic about advocating for the advancement of women in the technology and government sectors, and is an #IAmRemarkable alumni and facilitator.

We can’t wait to fill the room with people from across the state who want to Celebrate Women in Government. Join us for a day of fun, laughter, great food, and great conversations. See you in March!