Tuesday, April 12, 2022
In-person Networking: 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Livestream and Program: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Join us in-person or virtually on Tuesday, April 12 for a presentation by Missy Mael, Rape Crisis Center Co-Executive Director.
Almost ¼ of college students in Madison (UW Madison and Edgewood College) said that they had experienced sexual violence while at college/university in 2018/2019 surveys. According to a downtown safety initiative, sexual assault is the number one most “reported” crime in downtown Madison. This violence continues into and affects employees in the workplace.
Through personal narratives and staggering local statistics, Rape Crisis Center’s Co-Executive Director, Missy Mael, will lead TEMPO Madison members through a presentation about professional and organizational lessons learned, the current climate related to gender-based violence in Dane County, and how we can build and use our leadership skills to change toxic cultural norms for the young people coming up behind us.
Supplemental Chimera Self-Defense Workshop:
TEMPO Madison's Networking Committee is hosting a free Chimera Self-Defense Workshop with the Rape Crisis Center on Tuesday, April 26, 5:30 p.m. at the One Community Bank-Middleton Location. You can sign-up for the workshop here.
About Missy Mael:
Missy is a nonprofit leader with experience in human resources, marketing, communications, development and fundraising, public speaking, and strategic planning. A survivor of multiple forms of gender-based violence, she channeled her passion for serving others into achieving a Master’s degree in Education with a concentration in equity and social justice in education. She is a certified yoga and mindfulness instructor, a certified Youth Mental Health First Aid instructor, and she has received specialized training in trauma informed mindfulness. Professionally, she leads a team of sexual violence outreach and prevention educators, finding innovative strategies for reaching and serving survivors of sexual violence. She has over 20 years of experience in education, including serving as an Assistant Dean of Students at a small college, where she supported students who had experienced various forms of trauma before and during their time at the college. Missy is driven to help survivors and others impacted by violence through sharing her own knowledge, skills, and experiences.
Missy will be appearing in-person at the Madison Club. Members can choose between attending in person or virtually. Guests are welcome to attend in person or virtually.
In Person Luncheon Choices for April:
Regular Entrée: Maple Glazed Pork Loin, Roast Brussels sprouts, butternut squash puree, pecan crumble
Vegetarian Entrée: Crispy Brussels sprout salad, Maple sherry vin, golden raisins, mushrooms, toasted nut crumble, Mont Amore
If you plan to attend in-person, you must register by Wednesday, April 6.
Virtually: The livestream will begin when the program starts, shortly after 12:00 p.m.
TEMPO Madison COVID Safety Policy:
All attendees must provide photo ID and proof of either:
1) COVID vaccination, or
2) A negative COVID test result taken within 72 hours of the event.
Due to the commitment for products and services that TEMPO Madison must make, no refunds will be given for monthly luncheon cancellations that occur 7 days or fewer before the luncheon date. Members who cannot attend the monthly luncheon in-person have the option to use a free livestream of the event.