AWSO 2017 Workshop
10:00 am - Social Media for the 21st Century - Amanda Betts
Amanda Betts, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with a journalism degree, pursued emphases in public relations and advertising. Amanda’s primary responsibilities for Stellar Blue are to develop and research Search Engine Optimization strategies as well as creative internet and mobile marketing initiatives for its more than 350 clients.
Her experience and outgoing personality got her to Stellar Blue where clients appreciate her patience and willingness to learn and teach. In addition to advertising and marketing experience, Amanda serves as the Vice President for the UW Oshkosh Alumni Board of Directors and President for Sales and Marketing Professionals of Northeast Wisconsin. Amanda also serves on the Prospera Credit Union board of directors, Community Foundation for the Fox Valley board of directors and is an active Fox Valley TIPs member. In addition to director roles, Amanda serves on the advisory board for the UW Oshkosh’s Interactive Web Management degree. Amanda is also a frequent guest presenter for local Chambers, UW Oshkosh College of Business and College of Letters and Science, and other like groups. She’s had the privilege of conducting marketing class series at the Stellar Blue Training Studio along with assisting with the curriculum of an internet marketing course at UW Oshkosh.
Amanda is also a 2014 Future 15 Young Professional – an award provided to dedicated and highlighted young professionals in the Fox Cities area. Amanda is an avid traveler, outdoorswoman and home decorator. She enjoys camping, crafting and getting to know new people!
12:00 - It's not selling, it's building relationships - Dianne L. Roundy
Diane oversees business development for Schenck, an accounting and auditing firm with locations throughout Wisconsin. She is responsible for developing practice growth strategy, marketing direction, sales management, brand building and business development training.
University of Wisconsin—Oshkosh, Masters in Business Administration
University of Wisconsin—Stevens Point, Marketing and Communication
Association for Accounting Marketing
The Leading Edge Alliance
Green Bay Packers, Board of Directors and Chair of Community Relations
Denmark State Bank, Board of Directors
Women’s Fund of Greater Green Bay, Past President
Girl Scouts of Northwestern Great Lakes, Board of Directors
Wrightstown Student & Community Wellness Center, C0-Chair of successful Referendum
St. Norbert College Donald J. Schneider School of Business and Economics, Board of Visitors
Green Bay Press-Gazette, Editorial Board (2013-2016)
The Power of YOU: Building Your Personal Brand
Effectively Working a Room: The Top 10 Habits of Turning Introductions into Leads
Marketing You & Your Company from A to Z
60 Tips in 60 Minutes: Grassroots Marketing for You and Your Business
Relationship Building is Not Dead - It has risen to a whole new level
Providing Outstanding Service from A to Z
UW-Oshkosh Outstanding Alumni Award
FBLA Wisconsin Business Person of the Year
Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce, Athena Award
Management Women, Professional Achievement Award
De Pere Business Association, Volunteer of the Year
Green Bay Advertising Federation, Silver Medal Award
Business and Professional Women, Inc., Young Businesswoman of the Year
1:00 pm - Board Roles & Fundraising - Ellen Rosewall
Ellen Rosewall is Professor and Chair of Arts Management at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She is the author of Arts Management: Bringing Arts and Audiences Together in the 21st Century (Oxford University Press, 2013), and the forthcoming Arts and Cultural Management: Critical and Seminal Sources (Bloomsbury Press, 2017). Rosewall specializes in strategic planning and audience development, helping arts organizations innovate to meet the challenges of the 21st century. A classical musician with an MFA in vocal performance, Rosewall has also recently become active in textile art and craftivism. Her works have appeared in the Exquisite Uterus Project, the Sketchbook Project, and Drawing the Line, and on exhibit at the ARTgarage, Hazelwood Historic Home and the Lawton Gallery. She blogs at Artini: Arts Management with a Twist.
2:15 pm - Volunteers - Ronda Seubert
Ronda Seubert is the new RSVP Director at the Volunteer Center of Brown County, joining the staff in February. Ronda currently resides in Little Chute and has lived in Fox Valley for nearly 22 years. Previously, she was Volunteer Engagement Coordinator at the Volunteer Center of East Central Wisconsin and Volunteer Coordinator at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Fox Valley. Ronda plans to move to Green Bay before year end.
She graduated from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with an emphasis in human resources. After nearly ten years in that field, both in Milwaukee and Appleton, Ronda pursued a life-long dream of becoming a teacher. She graduated from UW Oshkosh with a Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education. Ronda taught elementary school, grades 1-5, in the Menasha Joint School District for 11 years. During that time, she received her Master’s degree in Education from Viterbo University in La Crosse.
Ronda was born and raised in Marshfield where most of her family lives. In December of 2014, her mother passed away from Alzheimer’s disease. Ronda’s family started their own grassroots non-profit called the Marshfield Area Purple Angels. They offer support and education to those with dementia and their families. Together they are helping their community become dementia friendly and dementia aware. In her free time, Ronda enjoys spending time with family, friends, walking, reading, writing, watching and collecting old movies, and in the summer taking in the beauty of the beaches of Lake Michigan!