Columbus, Ohio – Millenials are now the largest generation in the workforce. As such, it is critical to succession planning that family businesses know how to develop and retain Millenial leaders. Join family business leaders for discussion and insight during The Conway Center for Family Business program, Bringing Millennials into Leadership Roles. The program will take place 7:30-9 a.m. on January 19, 2017 in the Community Room in Alumni Hall at Ohio Dominican University, 1215 Sunbury Road, Columbus, OH 43219.

Conway Center service provider member Michael Devine of Devine Consulting will lead an informative panel discussion with Elizabeth Blount McCormick and her mother, and company founder, Elsie Blount from UNIGLOBE Travel Designers. They will be joined on the panel by Alison Marker from Thomas & Marker Construction and Thor Hess from Southeastern Equipment Co.

RSVP to Amy Dotts at ADotts@FamilyBusinessCenter.com or 614-253-4820. The program is free for Conway Center members and $35 for non-members. Family business leaders attending for the first time may attend as a Conway Center guest. This session is the first in the nine-program Educational Series hosted by the Conway Center for Family Business. For more information about this series or the Conway Center, please visit www.FamilyBusinessCenter.com or call 614-253-4820.


The Conway Center for Family Business is Central Ohio’s resource for educational programs, resources and networking opportunities to support the growth and success of family-owned businesses. The Center celebrates the successes of family-owned businesses at its annual awards program and offers peer group opportunities for next-generation leaders, family business leaders, and women family business owners. The organization includes more than 200 family-owned businesses from Central Ohio that employ more than 20,000 individuals.

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