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MAVRC

MAVRC Fall Convention

September 23-24, 2016

Friday, September 23, 2016

12:30 pm – 1:00 pmRegistration   1:00 pm – 2:00 pmTiffany K. Brynteson, CRPC-

Planning for retirement is a huge transition for many individuals. Tiffany is here to discuss income tax and retirement planning strategies to help you successfully plan for your own retirement.

2:00 pm – 3:30 pmLisa Richardson, RPR, CRR, CBC-

Planning for retirement is a huge transition for many individuals. Tiffany is here to discuss income tax and retirement planning strategies to help you successfully plan for your own retirement.

3:30 pm – 3:45 pmBREAK 3:45  pm – 4:45 pmMadeline Lohman 

Basic definitions of human trafficking, including labor exploitation and the commercial sexual exploitation of minors will be discussed, including helping attendees recognize indicators of potentially trafficked individuals and the risk factors of victims.

4:45  pm –  5:45 pmJoel Carlson, Lobbyist-

Joel will give us an update of the events transpiring in the MN Legislature in this presidential election year.

5:45 pm –  6:45 pmDinner and a Movie-

We will enjoy a private screening of the Marc Greenberg film “For the Record” during our dinner.



Saturday, September 24, 2016

8:00 – 8:30 amREGISTRATION / BREAKFAST  8:30 am –  9:30 am Lynn Wagner/Susan Love -

Schedule and plan your time effectively!

9:30 am –  9:45 am BREAK 9:45 am –  10:45 am Lynn Wagner/Susan Love -

Part 2 of effective time planning.

10:45 am –  11:15 am Laurie Carlson, Can Do Canines -

We will learn about the five types of assistance dogs that are trained by Can Do Canines.

11:15 am –  12:15 pm Greg Gravesen -

Discover accident reconstruction done through computer simulation/animation.

12:15 pm –  1:30 pm Business Luncheon - 1:30 pm –  2:30 pm Ed Johnson, RPR, CRR, FAPR -

Sit back and enjoy a laugh while Ed discusses the humorous elements of our profession.

2:30 pm –  3:30 pm Kristin M. Anderson, RPR, FCRR -

Learn the tips and tricks for staying at the top of your game with the newest reporting technology.

3:30 pm –  3:45 pm BREAK 3:45 pm –  5:15 pm Ed Johnson, RPR, CRR, FAPR -

What is it like to be an Official Reporter to the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C.? Find out all about it with Ed Johnson, the Deputy Chief Reporter.