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One of FEI’s most popular annual social events is the Scholarship Golf Tournament Scramble, held in June each year. It’s a great way to develop deeper connections with your clients, prospects or fellow members — all while supporting a great cause!

Team and tournament sponsorships are available at multiple levels. For sponsorship inquires, contact Mark Muenchow.

Upcoming Events

May 17

How a DEI Program can boost your culture (and thus improve your company’s performance)

Tuesday, May 17 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests

From the perspective of a DEI practitioner and creator of a DEI Program for the largest pension plan in the country, this is a practical discussion of how the implementation of our program impacts our culture and reverberates throughout our organization. Speaker: Marlene Timberlake D’Adamo Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer Marlene Timberlake D’Adamo was

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May 26

Virtual Wine Tasting with SIMI Winery

Thursday, May 26 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Hard work and persistence have been a way of life for SIMI since 1876. SIMI’s mindset and success is attributed to Isabelle Simi, who steered the winery with defiant determination for over 70 years. Isabelle took over the management of the Winery in 1904 at the age of 18 after both her father and uncle

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Jun 02

Emotional Intelligence: Retaining and Fine Tuning your Team

Thursday, June 2 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests

Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a dynamic framework that enables managers and leaders to connect, motivate, and retain high performing teams. This presentation looks at EI from a practical perspective that can equip you with tools to build relationships, earn employee trust, and gain insight into team activities. Join us and learn strategies that you can

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Jun 07

Remote Work: Dream for Some Workers, Tax Nightmare for Payors?

Tuesday, June 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Who should attend: Chapter Members Chapter Partners Qualified Guests

  After completing this training, participants should be able to: Consider protocol for identifying remote workers’ ‘tax homes’ for classification of travel-related payments as compensatory Identify unique differences between U.S. persons and nonresident aliens Explain state and foreign payroll exposures for remote workers, as well as special exceptions Speakers: Carissa Cole Managing Director Andersen Clarissa

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