President and Chief Mentoring Officer @ President and Chief Mentoring Officer Chicagoland Learning Leader
Lynn is President and Chief Mentoring Officer of Menttium® Corporation, the pioneer leader in corporate mentoring solutions. There, she has overseen development of all mentoring models for nearly a decade. She leads the Menttium 100® program for high-potential women, recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor as “the model for mentoring systems nationwide.” She enjoys connecting fast-track businesswomen to new resources. Since its incorporation in 1991, Menttium has facilitated over 50,000 mentoring partnerships worldwide.
Lynn is an alumna of Minnesota’s St. Cloud State University. She earned her M.B.A in Organizational Development from the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Mr. Spence has taught law in China and lectured to government agencies about various aspects of American law. He was appointed as one of two foreign advisors to the State Pharmaceutical Administration of China in 1995 and legal advisor to the Dalian High Tech Industrial Zone in 1998. Additionally, he has been Co-Chairman, Chicago Sister Cities China Committee appointed by Mayor Richard M. Daley and a Member of the Sister Cities Executive Committee. He has served both as an arbitrator and litigant before arbitration panels in a wide variety of contract disputes and is a member, Board of Directors of the Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago.
Vice President, Talent Management & Organization Development BE Johnson Controls
Lisa has deep talent management and organization development knowledge and experience.
With Twenty years of progressively expanding roles in the Consumer and Pharmaceuticals industries, Lisa is experience at local affiliate level, regional and HQ with past roles based in Europe and in the US.
Jamaica Connects Program: A collaborative project
between classrooms in Jamaica, West Indies and Chicago, Illinois, area
Professors Jade Stanley, Elizabeth Landerholm, and Joann Karr both from
The College of Ed took a group of students
to Jamaica as part of an
outreach program with Primary and Junior High Schools.
Jamaica Connects Program is designed to
increase collaboration and communication between the teachers of
elementary and teachers of younger children, within each respective
country, with joint activities to promote literacy. And together, they
have connections with international partner schools. Communication and
idea sharing will be enhanced through the joint ownership of the
Global Exploration and Multicultural Adventures web site. There will
be a webmaster for technical support and to develop templates for
teacher easy use.
Use of technology in literacy projects will be cost effective, and a
convenient mode of communication between teachers, students, and
parents,separated by distance, but united in goals for literacy
achievement for all.
Director - Talent & Leadership Development SC Johnson
Andrew is a commercially focused professional with 17 years business experience, 8 years within Learning & Development/ Organizational Development in both domestic and international environments. Proven ability to create strategy and lead change initiatives and projects in a global environment. Outstanding interpersonal, analytical and presentation skills, my challenging and supportive style allows business issues to be solved in a pragmatic way. An experienced people manager with passion for personal development and the development of others.