CEO Breakfast

As you continue to advance in your career, do you want to learn how to better lead, influence, and build a network? Join us April 26th at the Fox Club to hear from Fox Cities business leaders as they give insight into their own paths to success and offer advice to area young professionals looking to settle into positions of leadership in the future. 

A moderated panel of C-suite executives from across the region will answer questions that offer further insight and advice on career and leadership skills, to help you take charge of your future. Each panelist will present on diverse topics.

Agenda:
7:30 - 8:00 am Breakfast & Networking
8:00 - 9:30 am Presentations, Panel Discussion, Q&A 

Moderated by Scott Jensen, Pulse D.I.G. Chair and Hosking Insurance Agent

 

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Speakers:

Dave Voss- Miron Construction

Dave Voss
President & CEO

Dave is a leader and visionary who has proudly co-led Miron Construction since 1979. The Voss legacy extends back to 1949, when David Voss, Sr. was one of five stockholders in the company and continues today with Dave’s four children, all of whom currently work for Miron. As president and CEO, Dave is deeply ingrained in the daily operations of the company and participates in all aspects of corporate management. He’s also closely engaged in activities associated with Miron’s conceptual and hard bid estimating processes.

Dave plays a significant role in Miron’s family-focused culture, and his relationships-first mentality reaches far beyond the company’s 1,500 employees. Dave has built, cultivated, and maintained lasting partnerships with clients and community organizations for more than 40 years. In fact, Dave’s community involvement is legendary; he lives by the motto that “to whom much is given, much will be required.” It is due in part to his commitment to service that Miron has maintained such a strong reputation in the industry and community. Building on 100 years in business and Dave’s leadership, the company is well-poised for continued growth and success.


Kathi Seifert- Katapult, LLC


Kathi P. Seifert retired as Executive Vice President for Kimberly-Clark Corporation after 26 years at the company (leading the company’s personal care business and sales organization). Previous to Kimberly-Clark, Seifert was employed by Fort Howard Paper Company, Beatrice Foods, and Procter & Gamble.

Seifert is a member of the board of directors of Wisconsin Governors Council on Workforce Development, Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce, Habitat for Humanity, Riverview Gardens, Fox Cities Environmental Learning Center, Fox Valley Humane Association, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Business School, St. Norbert University Business School and CEL Board of Advisors, Valparaiso University Presidents Advisory Council, and New North, Inc., an economic development collaboration for Northeastern Wisconsin.

Seifert is a past board member for Eli Lilly and Company, Investors Community Bank, Lexmark, Inc., Revlon Consumer Products Corporation, Appvion, Supervalu, Albertsons, Aid Association for Lutherans, U.S. Fund for UNICEF, Wisconsin Children’s Trust Fund, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Chancellor’s Council of Advisors, State of Wisconsin Superintendent’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Arts Education, Wisconsin International Trade Council, ThedaCare, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region, Fox Cities Building for the Arts, and the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center.

Seifert is currently the President and Owner of Katapult, LLC.

Seifert was named NACD Directorship 100 which recognizes the most influential leaders in the boardroom in 2015, Fortunes’ 50 Most Powerful Women in Business in 2002, and Forbes Top 25 Women in 2001.  

Seifert was inducted into the Wisconsin Business Hall of Fame in 2019.

Seifert earned a Bachelor of Science from Valparaiso University in marketing and management in 1971.  She received an honorary Doctorate from University of Wisconsin Oshkosh in 2014. She was named outstanding Alumni at Appleton West High School and Distinguished Alumni at Valparaiso University.


Maggie Lund- ThedaCare

Maggie Lund is the Chief Human Resources Officer for ThedaCare, a health care system whose mission is to improve the health and well-being of communities across northeast and central Wisconsin.  She joined the system in this role in March 2018. 
 
Health care is where she has found the most rewarding experiences, being part of transforming the health of a community.  At ThedaCare she is able to focus her efforts on their mission to improve the health and well-being of our communities by empowering each person to live their unique, best life – which includes the ThedaCare team.  Most exciting is being a part of creating the future with the ThedaCare bold vision to re-invent health care by becoming a pro-active partner in health- enriching the lives of all and creating value in everything we do.    
 
Prior to joining ThedaCare, Maggie was the System Vice President of Human Resources for Mercy Health in Cincinnati, Ohio.  For 18 years, she served in roles of increasing responsibility in the Mercy Health System. She has also been the VP Human Resources and Organizational Development for a private university.  Early in her career, her human resources experience was focused in the manufacturing and telecommunications industries.
 
With experience on a public-school board in Pennsylvania for eight years, two of which as President of the Board, and four years on a private all-female high school board in Cincinnati, OH. Maggie enjoys volunteering in her community and has served on various other boards over the years, including those related to the theater and arts.  She presently serves on the New North Board, a regional marketing and economic development non-profit corporation for the 18 counties of Northeast Wisconsin.
 
She completed Ph.D. coursework in Labor Relations and Human Resources at Rutgers University. She holds a Master of Science in Human Resources Administration, a Master of Science in Rehabilitation Counseling and a Bachelor of Science in Human Services from the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania.  She was a part-time faculty member at The University of Scranton for 15 years, teaching in the Human Resources graduate program.
 
Dedicated to family, Maggie is the primary caregiver of an elderly parent.  In her spare time, she enjoys golf, travel, reading and spending time with family and friends. 

 

 

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