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3:00 PM | All Juice, No Pulp – Business Relationship Building

Presentation 6 Module 1

BY JUDY HISSONG, JENNA CARTER, RICH WILSON, ALAN WILSON, & APRIL CAMPBELL

5 Dynamic Speakers.  10 Minutes Each. 

About the Speakers

Judy Hissong

Me, Myself, and I

BY JUDY HISSONG

Judy Hissong is the President of Nesso Strategies. A former law firm Chief Operating Officer, she helps firms become more profitable by advising leaders in strategic and leadership development challenges. Her mission is “world domination for Good.” By creating actionable, lightbulb moments that leaders want to share and spread, she intends to improve the world one person at a time. When she’s not speaking, training and consulting, Judy teaches quarterly online workshops and facilitates Leaders Lab, a free monthly video conference that enables small groups of leaders to brainstorm strategies and solutions to work through common issues that keep firms stuck.

Jenna Carter

Leaving a Lasting Impression

BY JENNA CARTER

Jenna Carter is an experienced Director of Administration with a demonstrated history of working in the law practice industry. She is skilled in Administration, Team Building, Event Planning, Customer Service, Human Resources, Strategic Planning and Public Speaking. Jenna is a strong leader and administrative professional with a Master's degree focused in Accounting from Strayer University (DC) and Bachelor's in Psychology from University of Nevada, Las Vegas.   Jenna is the Director of Administration at K & L Gates, is the Past President of the Capital Chapter of the ALA and also serves on the National Board of the Association of Legal Administrators.

Rich Wilson

Building Your Story

BY RICH WILSON

Rich Wilson is the Founder and Filmmaker/Director of Visual Image Building Enterprises or VIBE. Rich developed a passion for storytelling from his time in college at Southern Utah University where he hosted a daily radio program The Morning Brew listening to the stories of his fellow students, and onto working as Backstage Manager for a Arizona Based Performing Arts Center where he has been host to many well-known figures such as, Lorrie Morgan, Lee Rocker of the Stray Cats, The Oak Ridge Boys and Duck Dynasty’s Uncle Si. Currently he directs an online live broadcasted show, EThree, full of stories and music of past and aspiring musicians.

Through these experiences, Rich has cultivated the idea that every person, business, and brand has a unique story and believes these stories need to be told through modern visual storytelling and shared through online influencer style marketing.

Rich’s Next Chapter is becoming a full fledge film director starting with work on his passion project, a mini documentary series entitled #TELLYOURSTORY where he will travel to tell the stories of people like, ‘The Doctor’, ‘The Uber Driver’ and ‘The Barista’, because he believes that when we listen and understand someone’s story, that is where real change can happen.

Get Ready and Tell Your Story.

Alan Wilson

People Doing Business with People

BY ALAN WILSON

Alan Wilson started working with GLJ Benefit Consultants (GLJBC) in 2004 as an Employee Benefits Specialist. Since 2006, Alan has spearheaded the effort within GLJBC to reach out to law firms nationally regarding their benefits and business operations and how to use them to help attract and retain quality personnel. While in his current role, Alan and GLJ have created 10 National VIP Business Partner Programs for the Association of Legal Administrators with hundreds of firms attorneys and tens of thousands of their employees enjoying the value- added benefits of these businesses.

Alan has written articles for the Association of Legal Administrators’ Legal Management, speaks frequently on benefits, leadership and client relationship building at conferences, and consults with individual law firms nationally.

April

The Value of Service

BY APRIL CAMPBELL

April Campbell, JD is a leader in professional service and not-for-profit organizations for more than two decades. She currently serves as the Executive Director of the Association of Legal Administrators. She previously held roles in both large and small law firms in the areas of overall administration, HR, pro bono, operations and as an attorney. April holds a B.S. in Spanish with a business option from Penn State and a J.D. from the University of Oregon School of Law.

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