Thursday, April 28, 2016
Networking at 6:30pm; Dinner and Presentation at 7:00pm. Location: Joseph-Beth Bronte Bistro
Presentation: Volunteer Opportunities through the United Way
“The PMI Kentucky Bluegrass Chapter is recognized as a dynamic organization for professional project managers dedicated to serving the business, academic and government communities of Central Kentucky and the advancement of project management – adding value to our members, our community, and our profession.”
United Way of the Bluegrass is a leader and motivator of change through long-term solutions for Central Kentucky communities. They have a Big Bold Goal that 10,000 more families in the Bluegrass will be self-sufficient by 2020. This is a community goal and one that can be accomplished with help.
Join us for an evening of networking, information gathering, and thoughtful discussion about how we – as a chapter – might add value to our community working together with an organization like the United Way of the Bluegrass.
United Way of the Bluegrass wants to help empower everyone in Central Kentucky to live their best lives.
SPEAKER: Mark A. Shake, United Way of the Bluegrass, Director of Corporate Investments
As Director of Corporate Investments, Mark Shake helps to develop and promote multi-year strategic direction for United Way of the Bluegrass workforce giving program. He manages and develops staff and volunteers much like a sales team to build maximum resources for achievement of community impact objectives. His efforts establish, promote and strengthen relationships between United Way of the Bluegrass and corporate and public entities to maximize revenue created from workforce giving, corporate giving, sponsorships and individuals.
Mark received his BA in Business Management from Transylvania University ’87, and his U.S. Army Commission from University of Kentucky ROTC. Mark’s background includes over 28 years in sales and business development.He’s been working with UWBG for over four years. Mark is a 30-year resident of Lexington where he currently lives with his wife Meg and their four children.
COST (three-course meal) - Registration Opens April 14:
Bistro Menu (subject to change):
Petite Salad or Cup of Soup
Ginger Asian Pasta (Vegetarian)
Kentucky Hot Brown
Grilled Cobb Salad
Little Bite Cobbler or Brownie
The cost includes Coffee, Tea, or Soda.
Registration opens April 14.