OMFC VISION 2020
July 6, 2020
July 6, 2020 | Kathy Barnette
Topic: VISION2020 Speaker Series: Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain: Being Black and Conservative in America
1 October, 2021*
1pm – 6pm
*This Event Has been Rescheduled to FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2021
The premier leadership conference for entrepreneurs, executives, first responders and YOU.
- Identity. What does it mean to be your best self?
- When you look in the mirror, what do you see? Who are you beyond your work?
- Are you living the life you imagined? Searching for meaning, reason, or passion?
- Big change in your life – new job, lost a job, just married, just divorced?
- You aren’t alone in this search for true identity, mission and purpose.
LEARN FROM THOSE WHO CHOOSE TO OVERCOME
Featuring some of America’s premier NFL athletes and U.S. Military Veterans, the VISION 2020 Today conference will address the growing concerns of many who are disengaged with life but have a desire to make a change.
VISION 2020’s purpose is to assist those serious about change to find their new path forward. This leadership conference will not just inspire you to change, it will also provide practical and tactical business, educational, and mentoring opportunities to empower and equip you to help you achieve your best year yet, both personally and professionally.
What You will Learn:
Our Key Speakers will share how they faced their insecurities, struggles with life, loss of identity, and their search for identity to establish a pathway for emotional, relational, spiritual, physical and financial success. You’ll not just be inspired but you’ll be provided tips, tools, and opportunities to PREPARE, PLAN, and EXECUTE on your own best year yet.
FOR SPONSOR OPPORTUNITIES:
For sponsorship opportunities call Mike at (206) 795-5890 or contact the event coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (206) 504-1177.
*Seating is Limited
FLO GROBERG - Medal of Honor Recipient
Medal of Honor Recipient, Chief of Staff Boeing Commercial
Florent Groberg is a medically retired French American military officer and civilian employee of the U.S. Department of Defense. Born in France to an American father and Algerian mother, he became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2001. He renounced his French citizenship prior to joining the U.S Army in 2008. He served in the U.S. Army during the War in Afghanistan, where in August 2012, he was severely injured attempting to thwart a suicide bomber. On 12 November 2015, Groberg received the Medal of Honor for his action in Afghanistan.
JENNIFER ANTHONY - Retired US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant
Retired US Air Force Chief Master Sergeant, Healthcare Exec, Bush Institute Graduate
Jennifer Anthony served 20 years in the US Air Force achieving the highest enlisted rank of E-9, Chief Master Sergeant. Only one percent of the enlisted force reach the rank of “Chief” and she did so at a time when the total population of female service members was less than 19%. She has worked all over the world to include places like Iraq, Afghanistan, Egypt, and Turkey. While in service, she specialized in offensive and defensive cyberspace operations coupled with a strong background in leadership and professional development. When she transitioned, she immediately felt alone and the most invisible veteran in the country. She changed her pathway and is helping others understand their post-service identity. Wait until you hear her story in person.
FRANK SHANKWITZ - Co-Founder of Make-A-Wish Foundation
Co-Founder of Make-A-Wish Foundation, fmr Arizona Detective, US Air Force
Frank Shankwitz is the co-founder of the Make-A-Wish Foundation he has received the President’s Call to Service Award, the Making a Difference in the World, the Making a World of Difference and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor awards. Frank served Air Force after surviving his own challenging childhood and today, his foundation, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, has grown to 64 chapters in the United States, 36 International chapters, covering 5 continents, and has granted over 300,000 wishes worldwide, with a wish being granted somewhere in the world on an average of every 38 minutes.
NATE BOYER - Former NFL Football Player
Former NFL Football Player, Seattle Seahawks, US Army Green Beret
Nate Boyer is a former American football long snapper and United States Army Green Beret. After serving six years and multiple tours for the Army in both Iraq and Afghanistan, Boyer played college football as a walk-on at the University of Texas despite never having played a down of organized football in his life. Nate tried out as a long snapper for the Seattle Seahawks, became an unwitting consultant to then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick before his protest against racial inequality during the national anthem caught fire.
SHELLIE WILLIS - Retired US Army Master Sergeant
Retired US Army Master Sergeant, CEO of Redefining You
Shellie Willis is a U.S. Army Retired Master Sergeant. She is the CEO and Founder of Redefining You Foundation where she assists transitioning servicewomen, women veterans and military spouses to identify and embrace the personal challenges that come with military transition into their NEXT. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Studies from the University of Maryland. She is a Certified Defense Financial Manager, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and certified Human Centered Design Facilitator. Shellie believes that being redefined means SHIFTING your thinking, giving yourself grace, living life through accountability and embracing the next phase in life.
STEVEN ELLIOTT - Former US Army Ranger
Former US Army Ranger, CEO of Capstone Trust
Steven Elliott joined the military in 2003 and served as a member of the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. In 2004, he deployed to the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. In the midst of an enemy ambush, he was one of four Rangers who mistook Pat Tillman’s position for that of the enemy and fired there. He is one of two Rangers considered likely to have fired the fatal shots. Elliott served the remaining years of his enlistment and returned to civilian life in 2007. Today he is the president of Capstone Trust in Washington State, has served as a volunteer veterans court mentor, and advocates for change in how the unseen wounds of war are recognized and treated.
MARQUES OGDEN - Former NFL Football Player
Former NFL Football Player, Business Owner, Executive Coach
Marques Ogden is an American football offensive lineman who is currently a free agent. He had stints with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Baltimore Ravens, the Buffalo Bills, and the Tennessee Titans until August 2007, when he was cut. He is the brother of Hall of Fame offensive tackle Jonathan Ogden. He built a construction company up to multiple millions and then was devastated by the crash of 2008 – 2009 and found himself pushing a broom as a janitor. He decided to change his path and is now impacting thousands across the United States.
*Seating is Limited