Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Indians President Shannon Holsey will moderate a panel titled “On the Climb: How to get to the C-Suite” on Monday, October 18, the first day of the fourth annual Wisconsin Leadership Summit.
The all-online Summit is the state’s premier professional development, networking and community building event. Registration is open now at WisconsinLeadershipSummit.com.
In addition to serving as President of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band, Holsey also serves as president of the Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council, Wisconsin State-Tribal Relations, NCAI Treasurer, NCAI vice president Midwest region, MAST Secretary, INMED Advisory Council, CMA TTAG, Co-chair of NCAI VAWA Taskforce, Wisconsin’s MMIW Task Force, Region 5 EPA RTOC. Holsey’s leadership includes growing economies, preparing students to succeed, delivering high-quality health care, upholding tribal sovereignty, and solving the unique challenges facing our tribal communities. Holsey received a bachelor’s degree in business administration magna cum laude, master’s degree in strategic communication and leadership from Seton Hall University with distinction.
Joining Shannon on the panel are:
- Ascension Wisconsin Chief Community Impact and Advocacy Officer (and former State Secretary of Workforce Developement) Reggie Newson
- BMO Harris Bank Regional President Anthony Hudson
- Hy-Cite Enterprises VP, General Counsel & Chief Compliance Officer Jessica Marquez
- Oneida Nation Radisson General Manager Steve Ninham
The Wisconsin Leadership Summit will last five days and feature 25 panels on a range of issues, such as workplace diversity, education, health care, social justice and more. Registration is $49, with discount rates for nonprofit and government employees and students.