Rainmakers LINKS is a premier business-focused networking event to wake up to. We secure some of Indy’s top talent to speak and inspire the group. Our speakers have achieved great levels of success and we want to learn from them. That might tell you about the people we attract. Expect to meet sharp, driven professionals, committed to lifelong learning. Rainmakers look for mutually beneficial professional relationships. Expect to hear the questions like, “Who would you like to meet?” or “How specifically can I help you?” Come experience a Friday morning of inspiration and great camaraderie.
Topic: Leading From the Front a panel discussion on women entrepreneurship
Stefanie Krievins, coach and founder of The Problem Solvers School, focuses her coaching and training on workplace cultures that love their people and want them to stay and take ownership of their results.
JoDee Curtis, SHRM-SCP, CPA, is the owner of Purple Ink LLC, a human resources consulting firm, and author of JoyPowered™: Intentionally Creating an Inspired Workspace, co-author of The JoyPowered™ Family and the JoyPowered™ podcast.
Leslie Murphy, FASAE, CAE President Raybourn International, has been a leader in association management for more than 30 years, contributing to a variety of associations from professional, educational and philanthropic groups to an emerging trade association.
President of SMARI says running a company as a millennial comes with its own set of challenges. Running a company during transformative times is another set. Katie is a versatile executive with a unique and wide-ranging skill set that enables her to always produce for the client.
OUR FEATURED NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
Chaucie’s Place is a nonprofit in Carmel that works to end youth abuse and suicide throughout Indiana. In the 2018-2019 school year, 90,000 kids and teens are signed up for Chaucie’s Place’s prevention programs. We work with schools, churches, and other youth-serving organizations to ensure that central Indiana is a safe place where children are free to live up to their highest potential.