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Chamber Member companies employ knowledgeable and engaging professionals who are ready to share their expertise at your upcoming speaking opportunity on a variety of topics. Reach out directly to the speaker using the information provided or contact our member engagement team and we can help to make the connection for you.

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia does not endorse, credential or accredit the competency, services, performance, or standards of practice of the individual speakers listed in From Our Members, or any business, company, corporation, or organization with which the individual may be affiliated. The Chamber does not receive any form of payment from speakers who are listed on this site. Any Chamber member in good standing can apply to be listed as a From Our Members speaker.

  • Cassandra Bailey

    at Slice Communications

    Topic:
    Integrating Public Relations and Social Media

    Objectives:
    Be able to understand public relations and social media as separate entities as well as how to understand using them together to create a successful business model and campaign.

    Benefit to audience:
    A deeper understanding of each field and how they work together. The benefit will be to implement this business model into companies and businesses to see if integration is correct and helpful for various companies. Another benefit is the deeper understanding of how each is used, as specifically broken down by Slice's business model in the Philadelphia market.

  • Alex Basilevsky

    at Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP

    Topic:
    Managing Environmental Risk in Real Estate Transactions And Development

    Objectives:
    Understand the environmental laws applicable to real estate acquisition and development, the common environmental risks developers encounter - particularly in urban environments like Philadelphia, and how to manage and mitigate those risks.

    Benefit to audience:
    Participants will understand the potential environmental challenges associated with commercial real estate development and, most importantly, learn strategies for proactively investigating and addressing those challenges.

  • Whitney Behm

    at Comcast NBC10 Telemundo62

    Topic:
    Recruiting, Developing, Hiring, Selecting Talent

    Objectives:
    How to Recruit, Develop, Hire, and Select Talent (specifically in the Technology space)

    Benefit to audience:
    How to Recruit, Develop, Hire, and Select Talent (specifically in the Technology space)

  • Chelsey Bonvechio

    at Seabrook

    Topic:
    Intro to Medication Assisted Treatment and Medication Assisted Recovery

    Objectives:
    Discuss the range of treatment goals, both pharmacologic and biopsychosocial for patients with Opioid Use Disorder (OUD). Identify FDA-Approved pharmacologic treatments for OUD Identify additional non-FDA approved pharmacologic enhancement for treatment of OUD. Recognize the benefits, risks and alternative treatment options & limitations of all available treatment modalities / associated differences.

    Benefit to audience:
    To be able to recognize the benefits, risks and alternative treatment options & limitations of all available treatment modalities / associated differences; and describe the different approaches to treat OUD with Bio-Psychosocial modalities, and the process of shared decision making through a comprehensive team approach.

  • Tracy Brown

    at Leadership Solutions, Inc.

    Topic:
    Leadership Development and the Importance of Emotional Intelligence

    Objectives:
    Have a better understanding of EQ versus IQ, and the role emotional intelligence plays in a leader's personal and professional development and overall individual and organizational success.

    Benefit to audience:
    To learn more about one's own tendencies and preferences. To identify strategies for enhancing their EQ as well as members of their team. To engage in discussion with other participants to learn about other preferences and the importance of perspective.

  • Philip Charron

    at Think Company

    Topic:
    Design Thinking, User Experience, Design Research

    Objectives:
    Think Company is a growing team of business-oriented designers and technologist. Phil is open to speaking on many topics that have come out of our creative economy including: -Implementing and supporting design thinking in your organization -Leading creative teams -Creating business systems for your employees and customers -Effective methods of conducting user experinece -Sustaining a collaborative environment for designers and developers

    Benefit to audience:
    Phil has led teams of designers and technologists since 1995. His talks are engaging, informative, and focused on real-world scenarios. In today's environment, design and technology continue to emerge as the driving force for innovation in organizations large and small. Phil often shares his knowledge and experience from building and supporting teams in large and small organizations.

  • Yuah Jessica Choi

    at Landau, Hess, Simon & Choi

    Topic:
    U.S. Immigration Laws

    Objectives:
    To provide accurate information regarding the requirements and process for hiring foreign national employees.

    Benefit to audience:
    The audience would gain basic knowledge and requirements for sponsoring foreign national employees so that they can make informed decisions.

  • Aimee Cicero

    at Brownstein Group

    Topic:
    Managing Your Online Reputation

    Objectives:
    “Reputation” has been a buzzword in the industry for several years, but how many companies are actually managing their reputation and managing it well? This panel will look at online reputation and how it can both positively and negatively effect your business and how to leverage your reputation in today’s ever-changing digital landscape.

    Benefit to audience:
    How to approach both a negative and positive review; How to use dissatisfied customers to improve your product or services; Making sure that your customer service team acts as an ally for the customer, not an opponent;

  • Kieran Cleary

    at TAC Benefits Group

    Topic:
    Health Insurance

    Objectives:
    To inform small to large companies about the ongoing changes in healthcare legislation as well as to educate employers on the benefits of adopting cost containing measures like self-funding and reference based pricing.

    Benefit to audience:
    Audience members are educated and advised by a long time insurance professional with extensive knowledge on the matter.

  • David Cohen

    at Bank of America

    Topic:
    Retirement benefits

    Objectives:
    Have a better understanding of their retirement benefit options and if they are business owners, will have actionable information to reevaluate current plan needs.

    Benefit to audience:
    Understanding the complex options for retirement benefit plans.

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