The Milwaukee chapter invites you to attend our October webinar, “What We are Doing to Survive and Thrive During COVID-19: Panel Discussion" on Thursday, October 1, 2020.
We’ve all been profoundly impacted by the Coronavirus Pandemic. Three innovative employers – Versiti, Hatco Corporation, and Bader Philanthropies - didn’t wait around to see what would happen, they took quick actions to preserve their employees and their business. Join us for a discussion with your peers where successful strategies will be shared, regarding safety plans, establishing first line of response, tweaking existing benefit policies, implementing social distancing on factory floors, cleaning procedures, employee wellness procedures, COVID testing, healthcare service delivery, working with the DWD to establish work-share programs, and more!
Lisa G. Hiller, CEBS, ISCEBS Fellow
Vice President – Administration
Bader Philanthropies, Inc.
Bader Philanthropies is a local family foundation that invests over $20 million per year in people and communities throughout Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and in 10 countries.
Lisa is responsible for managing Bader Philanthropies’ fiscal oversight, legal compliance, governance, HR, communications, grant processing and other major projects. Lisa manages the Foundation’s employee benefits program for its diverse team of employees. She serves as governance chair of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation Board and on the finance committee of Wisconsin Philanthroy Network.
She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from Northwestern, is currently CEBS-Compliant and an ISCEBS Fellow.
Vice President of Human Resources
Hatco Corporation has locations in Milwaukee and Sturgeon Bay, WI, and Suzhou China. Kimber earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree from Cardinal Stritch University in Business Management. She also holds a Senior Professional Certification in Human Resources from the Human Resource Institute (SPHR) and a Senior Certified Professional from the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM-SCP). She currently serves as a Board Member for the nonprofit organization Layton Boulevard West Neighbors. Kimber happily lives in Wind Lake, WI, with her husband and enjoys fishing and hiking.
Elizabeth Cordero, SPHR
Versiti, Inc – Blood Center of Milwaukee
Total Rewards Director
Elizabeth leads the Total Rewards team at Versiti, including Compensation, Benefits, HR Systems, and the HR service center at Versiti. In this role, she has lead HR initiatives in support of post-acquisition business integrations, establishing an HR service center, and, more recently, the HR response to COVID. Before Versiti, she has many years of experience in the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry, occupying multiple HR roles at Abbott Laboratories. Her experience includes working at the local, regional, national, and international levels.
Otober 1, 2020 (Thursday)
12:00 – 1:15 pm - Presentation and Q&A
FREE - Chapter Members (with advance registration)
$10 - Non-members
Please Register by September 25, 2020
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This program qualifies for 1.5 CEBS CPE credit.