2018 ANNUAL LUNCH

The annual lunch is a time to meet Chamber members and celebrate the accomplishments and highlights that happened throughout the year. We cordially invite you to attend the 2018 Annual Lunch featuring keynote speaker, Rebecca Ryan, the Resident Futurist at the Alliance for Innovation, a Senior Advisor at the Governing Institute, a faculty member at the Institute for Zen Leadership, and the owner of NEXT Generation Consulting, Inc.

To Rebecca Ryan, our mission should be to leave the world a better place for future generations. Rebecca is enthused about strategic foresight, empowering communities, data driven trends, and having a BLAST at work. #thefutureisourstocreate

FEBRUARY 15, 2018

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Doors open at 11:15 a.m.
Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel
333 S 13th Street

     

Pricing:

$1,500  Corporate Table Sponsor

As a corporate sponsor you will receive recognition in our event program. Each sponsor also receives a table for 10 individuals at the event and will have your logo/company name recognized at the table. 

$60 Individual Ticket (Chamber Members)

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities or have membership questions contact Jaime Henning at jaimehenning@lcoc.com at 402.436.2366.

Event questions? Contact Nichole Kaiser at nkaiser@lcoc.com or 402.436.2355. 

Rebecca Ryan is a "Human Spark Plug", futurist and economist. Rebecca helps clients figure out what's next, so they can be ready for the future. 

Rebecca is the Resident Futurist at the Alliance for Innovation, a Senior Advisor at the Governing Institute, a faculty member at the Institute for Zen Leadership, and the owner of NEXT Generation Consulting, Inc. She is the author of The Next Big Things: The Future of Local Government (2015), ReGENERATION: A Manifesto for America’s Future Leaders (2013), and Live First, Work Second: Getting Inside the Head of the Next Generation (2007). Her TEDx talk, Spring is Coming, was featured at the prestigious TEDxBeaconStreet in 2015. Richard Florida, author of The Rise of the Creative Class, calls Rebecca “one of the most reliable sources for CEOs and Mayors who want to attract and keep the next generation of creative workers.”

Rebecca was also named in the Top 100 Most Influential People by Accounting Today, Entrepreneur of the Year by U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship, Communicator of the Year by Women in Communication and more. To learn more, visit rebeccaryan.com.