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    • July 09, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Madison Club
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    Tuesday, July 9 | The Madison Club

    In-person Networking: 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

    Program:  12:15 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. 

    Join us on Tuesday,  July 9 for a presentation by Beth Kille, music director for Girls Rock Camp Madison

    Girls and Ladies Rock Camp Madison has been empowering people though music for fifteen years. Beth Kille will provide a brief overview of the program and its history during this presentation.

    About Beth Kille:  

    ​​Beth Kille is an award-winning singer-songwriter from Madison, WI who has been performing her original music since 2000. In addition to performing with Beth Kille Band, she is also a member of the trio Gin, Chocolate & Bottle Rockets and the duo Kerosene Kites. When not performing, Beth serves as the Music Director/Songwriting Instructor for Girls Rock Camp Madison, the co-founder/producer of Flannel Fest, producer/engineer at Studio Gusto, and she is a mom. She's been teaching songwriting to writers of all ages, genres and experience levels for over a decade. She released her first book, “Embrace Your Authentic Songwriter: How & Why to Play Your Own Tune” in December of 2023. Her mission in life is to inspire all to embrace their creativity.

    Learn more at bethkille.com.

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    In Person Luncheon Choices for July:

    1. Regular Entrée |  Herb Crusted Baseball SteakRoasted Summer Squash, Grilled Green Onion, Purple Cauliflower Purée, Port Wine Reduction
    2. Vegetarian EntréeShiso-Herb (Basil, Mint) Salad (GF)Vitruvian Baby Greens, Compressed Melon, Cucumber, Lemongrass-Ginger Vinaigrette

    You must register by Wednesday, July 3.

    • August 13, 2024
    • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
    • The Madison Club
    Register


    Tuesday, August 13 | The Madison Club

    In-person Networking: 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

    Program:  12:15 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. 

    Join us on Tuesday,  August 13 for a presentation by Lori Syverson, president/CEO of Milwaukee Women inc

    For more than 20 years, Milwaukee Women inc has championed the cause of transforming the quality and composition of boards in Wisconsin. Time has proven that building equitable boards is not only the right thing to do but it’s a business imperative that drives better decision making and performance. What progress has been made over the past two decades in diversifying Wisconsin boardrooms? What are the opportunities are on the horizon and what challenges need to be addressed?

    About Lori Syverson:  

    ​​Lori Syverson serves as president/CEO of Milwaukee Women inc (MWi). MWi is a 20-year-old organization of executives determined to change the quality and composition of corporate boards to enhance the performance of public and private companies, with a focus on women and women of color.

    Since 2003, the foundation of MWi has been providing annual research on the number of women serving on corporate boards.

    Previous to joining MWi, Syverson served 11 years as president of the Edina (MN) Chamber of Commerce, which is also home to Explore Edina, the city’s visitor bureau and The Edina Innovation Lab.

    Through her volunteer work in hospice, she learned that in our last days of life our regrets center around two areas: relationships and not having followed our heart. As a result, Syverson is passionate about helping people find purpose in life and has worked with purpose guru, internationally known speaker, life coach and best-selling author Richard Leider. She also worked with AARP and other thought leaders around the country as a Barry Rand Fellow, tasked with developing purpose programming around the country.

    Syverson received her undergraduate degree from Marquette University (Milwaukee, WI) in journalism and earned her Master’s in Business Administration from Alverno College in Milwaukee, WI. Her background includes print journalism, media relations, marketing and public relations.

    In Person Luncheon Choices for August:

    1. Regular Entrée |  Citrus Marinated Pork Loin: Seared Hericto Vert, Blistered Cherry Tomato, Almond Bread Crumb, Basil-Parsley “Salsa Verde”
    2. Vegetarian EntréeChili-Garlic Marinated Tofu (GF): Cucumber, Shredded Carrot, Sugar Snap Peas, Avocado, Aruguala, Sushi Rice, Smoked Tamari-Sesame Emulsion

    You must register by Wednesday, August 7.

Past Monthly Programs

June 11, 2024 June 2024 Annual Meeting and Luncheon
May 14, 2024 May 2024 Luncheon | Executive Motherhood: The Art of Having it All Without Doing It All
April 09, 2024 April 2024 Luncheon | Femmestival: A Case Study in Small-Scale Affirmative Action
March 12, 2024 March 2024 Luncheon | AI Unveiled: The Road to Equitable and Responsible Innovation
February 13, 2024 February 2024 Luncheon | Women and Culture in the Military with Lt. Colonel Shannon Hellenbrand
January 09, 2024 January 2024 Luncheon | Virtual Only “Just Be A Stay At Home Mom”: Gender and Equity Challenges in Child Care and a Vision for the Future
December 12, 2023 December 2023 Luncheon | Virent Research Manager Dana Hatch
November 14, 2023 November 2023 Luncheon | The Black Business Hub: Transforming the Madison Region’s Black Entrepreneurial Community from Disparity to Prosperity.
October 10, 2023 October 2023 Luncheon | Navigating Challenges and Building Excellence at UW–Madison
September 12, 2023 September 2023 Luncheon | Making Home in the Dairyland: Histories of Latinos in Wisconsin
August 08, 2023 August 2023 Luncheon | What’s Canoe With You? The Lake Mendota Canoes.
July 11, 2023 July 2023 Luncheon | The State of Tourism in Madison
June 20, 2023 June 2023 Annual Meeting and Luncheon
May 09, 2023 May 2023 Luncheon | State of the Media: How Newspapers are Evolving to Serve Communities
May 02, 2023 TEMPOShares Experience!
March 14, 2023 March 2023 Luncheon | Madison Symphony Orchestra: Evolving for a Successful Future
February 14, 2023 February 2023 Luncheon | Madison’s Great Opportunity: The Centering of Black Excellence and Culture
January 10, 2023 January 2023 Luncheon | Madison Black Chamber of Commerce
December 13, 2022 December 2022 Luncheon | 2022 Election: Looking back and looking ahead
November 08, 2022 November 2022 Luncheon | Leading in Complex Times
September 13, 2022 September 2022 Luncheon: Leveraging Technology & Public Data to Generate Change
August 09, 2022 August 2022 Luncheon: Lessons from Hmong Women about Media Entrepreneurship
July 12, 2022 July 2022 Luncheon | Mother Wisdom: Centering Interdependence in an Era of Climate Crisis and Ecological Loss
June 14, 2022 June 2022 Annual Meeting and Luncheon
May 10, 2022 May 2022 Luncheon | Alice in Dairyland: One Woman's Impact on Wisconsin's #1 Industry Over 75 Years
April 12, 2022 April 2022 Luncheon | Taking Up Space: Women Creating Change for Future Generations
March 08, 2022 March 2022 Luncheon: Food Fight – Madison’s Homegrown Restaurant Group
February 08, 2022 February 2022 Luncheon: Behavioral Finance: Set Yourself Up For Success with Linda Lepe
January 11, 2022 January 2022 Luncheon: A Passion for Prevention with Dr. Jasmine Zapata
December 14, 2021 December 2021 Luncheon: Powering Forward Sustainably: Targeting Net-Zero Carbon Electricity with Jeff Keebler
November 09, 2021 November 2021 Luncheon: Finding My Voice with Sandy Eichel
September 14, 2021 September 2021 Luncheon: Owning a Travel Business During A Global Pandemic
August 10, 2021 August Luncheon | Mission Critical: MMoCA Post-Pandemic and Beyond
July 13, 2021 July Luncheon| Divine Nine: Black Greek Letter Sororities
June 08, 2021 June Luncheon and Annual Meeting
May 11, 2021 May Luncheon: KIVA Loans….Putting Dreams to Work One Small Business Loan at a Time!
April 13, 2021 April Luncheon: Linda Greene
March 09, 2021 March Luncheon: The Changing Landscape of Senior Living
February 09, 2021 February Luncheon: State of the News Media
January 12, 2021 January Luncheon: How COVID is Changing the Arts and Culture in Madison
December 08, 2020 December 2020 Virtual Luncheon: Women’s Leadership in 2020 with Andrea Schneider
November 10, 2020 November Luncheon: 2020 Election Analysis with Charles Franklin
October 29, 2020 2020 Virtual TEMPOShares
October 13, 2020 October 2020 Virtual Luncheon: TEMPO Madison Connects
September 08, 2020 September 2020 Virtual Luncheon: Outspoken: Why Women’s Voices Get Silenced and How to Set Them Free
August 11, 2020 August Luncheon: Implicit Bias with Deborah Biddle
June 09, 2020 Annual Meeting and Luncheon with WCO's Andrew Sewell and Joe Loehnis
May 12, 2020 May 2020 Virtual Luncheon with Richard Davidson
March 10, 2020 March 2020 Luncheon
February 11, 2020 February 2020 Luncheon
January 14, 2020 January TEMPO Luncheon
December 10, 2019 December 2019 TEMPO Luncheon
November 12, 2019 November 2019 TEMPO Luncheon
September 10, 2019 September 2019 TEMPO Luncheon
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TEMPO Madison is an invitation only, peer-to-peer organization in greater Madison that connects women leaders with diverse backgrounds and experience to support, advise, learn and create relationships with one another. Membership is comprised on approximately 230 women in executive and leadership roles. 

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