Coreyne Woodman-Holoubek is a HR Executive with over 17 years of global business and human resource leadership expertise cultivated in the United States, the United Kingdom and Spain. She is the creator of the top rated and wildly successful “Progressive HR Blog” for InBusiness Magazine and the President and Founder of DISRUPT Madison and DISRUPT Milwaukee in Wisconsin.
Coreyne is passionate about emerging HR technology and is a sought after writer and media for HR tech and future of work conferences across the globe. She shares her unique perspectives on Disruption and Digital Transformation on international podcasts such as HR L&D Podcast in the U.K. and is in planning an episode for The Pitch Podcast in India. Coreyne loves improv comedy, making homemade pizza and being a mom to her two very precocious daughters.
The career of hydrologist George J Kraft is dedicated to research and outreach on groundwater sustainability. Kraft is a Professor Emeritus and the former Director of the UW-Stevens Point / Extension Watershed Center. His most notable works revealed that unmanaged groundwater pumping is drying central Wisconsin lakes and streams and discerned the causes of widespread groundwater nitrate pollution. His groundwater expertise is frequently tapped for scientific and legislative panels.
Kraft has been honored with awards including Wisconsin Idea Fellow (UW-System), Distinguished Service Award (American Water Resources Association - Wisconsin), and University Scholar (UW-Stevens Point).
Executive Director of the Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center, Inc.
Michael Rust is dedicated to conflict. By championing others in the resolution of disputes and speaking about the causes of conflict, he is a leader in the field of conflict resolution. Michael is the Executive Director of the Winnebago Conflict Resolution Center, Inc., a non-profit organization performing court connected and community mediation through the dedication of volunteer mediators performing nearly 500 mediations per year. He holds undergraduate degrees in Neuroscience and Psychology from Carthage College and a law degree from Marquette University Law School. After practicing litigation for several years, Michael left the private practice of law to focus on conflict resolution full-time. As a frequent speaker on mediation, negotiation, conflict, and communication, he has spoken from coast-to-coast at professional conferences, corporate events, and trainings.
Founder & Creative Director of RedFox Creative
Nick Myers is the Founder & Creative Director of RedFox Creative in Madison, WI. Nick is an Alumni of UW-Stevens Points having graduated 2016 with a B.S. in Communication. Nick specializes in helping brands leverage the power of Artificial Intelligence and Voice Assistants like Alexa and Google Assistant to connect with people in powerful and unique ways. Nick has spoken across the U.S on topics ranging from 360 video, to Artificial Intelligence, and how brands can begin leveraging the power of voice assistants to connect with people. In August, Nick will be traveling to Sydney, Australia to be a judge for the Australian and New Zealand Social Media Marketing Awards, as well as speak at the Social Media Marketing Summit on how AI and Voice can be combined with social media to connect with others in unique and unforgettable ways.”
Teacher and Volunteer
Srinuan Saokhamnuan was an of alumni of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point. She graduated with a Bachelors of Arts Degree in Communication- Public Relations. She was a recipient of the Chancellor’s Leadership Award in 2014. While she was attending university, she attended and spoke about Statelessness in Thailand in Clinton’s Global Initiative Conference in 2011. After her graduation, she has been invited for a talk in The first Global Forum on Statelessness of UNHCR at the Peace Palace in Hague, Netherland. In the end of 2014, she returned to her hometown-Chiang Rai, Thailand to support many local organizations. Since 2015, she has a private language school.
Hall Director at University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point
Trent Podskalan is a motivational speaker and podcaster who hails from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Trent holds a master of art in Higher Education in Student Affairs from Northern Michigan University and is currently a hall director at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Trent believes in self-development and looking at the bigger picture. He also enjoys impressing other people with one of his 70 pairs of crazy socks.