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Millennials in the Workforce

Event Description:

A deep dive into the thought process and experiences that have shaped the way millennials think and act. Only companies that fully understand this generation will be able to have their pick at the top talent by creating an environment and culture where millennials can thrive. By the end of this session, most of your questions on this ‘taboo’ generation will be answered in great detail; including how to work with, sell to, or just LIVE with this generation!

Date: March 21, 2018
Time: 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Cocktail Hour:  5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

Miami Airport Hilton
5102 Blue Lagoon Drive
Miami, FL 33126

Early registration on or before 03/19/18 at 5:00 pm:

  • Member $65.00
  • Non-Member $125.00

At Door Registration:

  • Member $100.00
  • Non-Member $160.00

Presenting Sponsor


Javier Montes

The X-Millenial Guy

As a millennial himself, Javier Montes has spent his entire entrepreneurial journey working almost exclusively with a millennial workforce. He has built a successful event entertainment company in South Florida and now he is sharing how he experienced
such success with a team of millennials.

Javier is on a mission to bridge the gap between Gen X’ers and Millennials in the world. He writes and speaks regularly on this topic, and recently published his first book Millennial Workforce: Cracking the Code to Generation Y in Your Company.

As one of the most dynamic speakers on the planet, Javier’s passion, drive, and excitement is obvious from the moment he takes the stage. His energy is highly contagious and he has an uncanny ability to engage and connect with his audience.

Javier currently lives in sunny Miami with his wife and 2 gorgeous daughters. On his free time, he enjoys almost any activities that involve water. He is a pizza connoisseur and enjoys networking with other like-minded entrepreneurs. Javier is a proud member of the EO South Florida chapter and currently sits on the Board of the Accelerator Program.

Jessica Goldberg

Senior Vice President and Human Resources Director at U.S. Century Bank

Jessica Goldberg has over 17 years of experience in the banking industry, specifically in Human Resources. Ms. Goldberg is currently a Senior Vice President and Human Resources Director at U.S. Century Bank, a community bank headquartered in Doral with approximately 200 employees and 13 banking centers serving South Florida.

Ms. Goldberg specializes in the management of human resources activities for the bank such as recruitment, compensation, labor relations, benefits, policy development and oversight.

Ms. Goldberg serves on the Board for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Miami-Dade and the South Florida Banking Institute.  Ms. Goldberg recently participated in organizing a Human Resources networking group, Human Resources Banking Partners.

Debby Davis Skipp

25 + Years of Banking & Technology Experience. Regional Sales Manager, Data Center, Inc. (DCI). Certified John C. Maxwell Speaker, Teacher and Coach

Short summary, I use candor, humor, insight and passion with the intent to help solve problems and execute on strategies that produce a measurable impact on the long term sustainability of banks and individuals.

I have been studying and personally implementing the philosophies behind personal development and the role emotions and vision play in leadership for many years. I am energized by working with bank executives, state associations, consultants and business partners who are open to sharing their insights on current industry trends and challenges. These meetings have helped me become an accomplished problem solver and change agent in developing effective strategies for improving bank performance.

Debby has a proven track record of working with financial institutions to successfully navigate a rapidly evolving landscape both as a technology partner and a Certified John Maxwell Team Speaker, Trainer and Coach.

Bradley Kerschensteiner

President Executive Coaching – Team Training – Organizational Consulting

Brad Kerschensteiner, LMFT maintains an integrative practice in Miami Beach that includes Executive Coaching, Business Training and psychotherapy services. He served as the primary Behavioral Therapist for Canyon Ranch’s renowned integrative health and wellness center from 2008-2015. His services are completely unique in that they combine both coaching and key insights from cognitive behavioral therapy.


Patricia M. Hernandez

A founding partner of ARHMF, Patricia M. Hernandez focuses on corporate and financial services, particularly in counseling businesses, including banks and financial services companies, in varied legal issues. Ms. Hernandez has extensive experience in representing domestic and international financial institutions and other financial businesses in all aspects of regulatory, compliance, lending, mergers and acquisitions, and other transactional matters. Ms. Hernandez regularly represents clients before the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Federal Reserve, the FDIC, the Florida Office of Financial Regulation and other regulatory agencies and assists banks in negotiating and complying with enforcement actions. She has extensive knowledge in privacy and compliance with the requirements of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and has achieved specific knowledge in lending transactions, including asset-backed, trade-finance, factoring and Ex-Im Bank financing. She also has extensive practice in counseling U.S. and foreign clients on the effects of Regulations of the Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) regarding Cuba and other embargoes. For the last three years, Ms. Hernandez has served as General Counsel to the Florida International Bankers Association. She also serves on the Banking Law Advisory Panel for the ALI-CLE of the American Law Institute, as well as a Board Member of the South Florida Banking Institute. Ms. Hernandez has exceptional experience in other general corporate matters, including acquisitions, formation of entities and review and preparation of contracts for all types of transactions. She regularly counsels foreign businesses who wish to launch their products and services in the U.S.

Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

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