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2015 Region III Conference
"Branding Yourself for Success" Hosted by Exelon Generation - Cantera At Sheraton, Lisle, Il inois The Region III conference: "Branding Yourself for Success" wil help you build your personal brand by understanding how you want your professional life to be seen by others and managing your presence both online and offline. We wil have hors d'oeuvres and networking event hosted by CB&I the evening of Wednesday June 4th, from 5- 7pm, a dinner and social activity the evening of Thursday, June 5th and a tour of Zion Power Station on the morning of Friday, June 6th. Location: Sheraton, 3000 Warrenvil e Rd, Lisle, IL (630)505-1000 A block of guest rooms has been reserved under "Exelon WIN Region III" for the conference at the rate of $109 per night for June 3-4. Please make your reservation by May 4th to Guarantee this rate. The hotel is about 30 minutes from O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and about 35 minutes from Midway International Airport (MDW). The plant tour wil be held Friday June 5th at Zion Station, Zion, IL. The tour wil take about 2.5 hours. Zion Station is located about an hour north of O'Hare International Airport and about an hour and fifteen minutes north of Midway International Airport. Registration is open now! If you have any questions, please contact: Ashley Kovacs at (630)657-2167 Susan Korn at (630)657-4247 We hope you to see you at the conference!

REGION III Conference, Lisle, Illinois
Sponsored by Exelon Generation
17:00 - 19:00 – Welcome Reception Sponsored by CB&I 07:00 –WIN YOGA (optional), with Jessica Krejcie, RYT-200 certified and Sr. Regulatory Engineer, Exelon 09:00 – Welcome with Carol Peterson, Senior Vice President, Strategy and Planning, Exelon 09:15 – Personal Branding with Bob Baim, Senior Consultant and Trainer, International Institute for Learning 10:30 –Break (15 min) 10:45 – Personal Branding with Bob Baim, (continued) 13:00 - Speed Networking 14:15 – Social Media Do's and Don'ts with Exelon Human Resources 15:15 – Miss Representation Video/Panel facilitated by Nicole Durham, Director, Diversity and Inclusion, Exelon • Janese Murray, Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion, Exelon • Ken Petersen, Vice President, Nuclear Fuels, Exelon • Kathy Wishnew, Founder and President, LeanOn ConsultingTM LLC • Kimberly Clark, Chief Commercial Officer, AREVA Inc. 16:30 – Closing Remarks 17:30 - 20:30 – WIN Dinner/Social Activity 10:00 - 13:00 – Zion Nuclear Power Station Tour

Jessica Krejcie, RYT-200, completed her teacher training through Prairie Yoga in Lisle, IL in 2013. Jessica was introduced to yoga after beginning her first full time desk job (at Exelon!) after college in 2006, and quickly appreciated yoga's ability to combat the hours spent sitting at the desk while improving both her mental and physical strength. Through yoga, Jessica has learned more about herself and has learned to apply the lessons from the yoga mat to areas outside of her life, including at the office and home. She believes yoga meets you where you are and allows you to be exactly who you are meant to be. Jessica lives in Naperville with her husband and 90-pound labardoodle lap dog. She can be found online at Class Description: Energizing Hatha/Vinyasa Level 1 This class was designed for you- themed to the WIN Region III conference focus of "Branding Yourself for Success", you'll move, energize and start your day eager to participate in the day's activities. By linking the breath with movement, this alignment based mindful flowing practice will challenge your focus, balance, strength and flexibility. This is a reviving practice which starts off slower then gradually builds upon fundamentals and allows exploration into deeper levels of mind/body awareness. You'll leave class feeling refreshed, invigorated and ready to start your day with a clear

Carol R. Peterson Senior Vice President, Strategy and Planning Exelon Generation Peterson currently serves as Exelon Nuclear's Senior Vice President of Strategy & Planning. As a member of the senior executive team of Exelon Nuclear, the largest U.S. nuclear operator, she is responsible for business planning, long term asset management planning and project management across the fleet. She is also responsible for developing strategic opportunities for the Nuclear group, capitalizing on Exelon Nuclear's strengths in operational, financial and technical expertise in nuclear power plant operations. She is the lead for integration of new plants into the Exelon fleet. Professional History Peterson joined Exelon in 2002 as the director of Financial Planning & Analysis, responsible for nuclear business planning, performance indicator reporting, project evaluation and long range financial planning. She served as Vice President, Nuclear Finance, responsible for directing business operations in Exelon Nuclear, including budgeting and reporting, financial analysis and strategic planning. She also served as Vice President, Project and Asset Management, responsible for planning and execution of major projects across the fleet. Prior to joining Exelon, Peterson worked at the Point Beach/Kewaunee nuclear plants for the Nuclear Management Company (formerly Wisconsin Electric). While there, she was the director of Engineering and the business operations manager. Before working for the Nuclear Management Company, Peterson worked at Duke Engineering & Services. While there, she served as the Midwest region vice president, providing engineering design and consulting services to all the Midwest nuclear plants. Prior to that position, she was the director of Nuclear Engineering responsible for electrical, mechanical, civil/structural and I&C design and analysis engineering services. Peterson began her career with Westinghouse Electric Corporation as the senior training engineer, developing and presenting simulator, classroom, test reactor and in-plant training programs. Education Peterson holds a master's degree in Management Policy, Finance and Marketing from Northwestern University and a bachelor's degree in General Engineering from the University of Illinois. She also has been a licensed professional engineer and was certified as a pressurized water reactor senior reactor operator.

International Institute for Learning, Inc.
Robert Baim (Bob) is an internationally recognized executive consultant, trainer and author and speaker. He divides time between teaching advanced principles of leadership-principled project management and helping corporations implement efficient organizational change. Bob consults to numerous Fortune 500 companies in a broad range of industries. He is a motivational leader with strong team building skills. Professional Experience
Senior Consultant and Trainer, International Institute for Learning, 1997 – Present
Teaches project management core courses and certificate programs. Develops and presents leadership based seminars. Provides consulting and mentoring services. CCP (Certified Cost Professional) President, The Executive Consulting Group (TECG), 1995 – Present
Provides executive consulting and leadership support for all management control process
areas. Serves as program management subject matter expert for emerging entrepreneurial Manager - Information Systems and Computer Operations Groups, 1992 – 1995
Led fifteen organizational units (330 personnel) responsible for planning, acquiring,  Project management installing, operating, maintaining, and providing end user services for all company distributed and central computing operations and telecommunications in support of the Department of Energy's (DOE) Idaho National Engineering Laboratory (INEL).  Change Management Manager - Project Management Integration Group, New Production Reactor Project,
 Organizational Behavior 1989 – 1992
Led all departmental services in the areas of financial planning, scheduling, records
Industry Background
management, document control, and all departmental administrative services. Received "Outstanding" DOE ratings and earned maximum contract award fee incentives. Education
 Information Technology Master of Business Administration, Idaho State University, USA Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, USA  Manufacturing Major Skills
Avoiding the OS Phase®, Warwick House Publishing, Second Printing, 2009.  Executive consulting and "Successful Process Improvement is Achievable," American Power Conference leadership facilitation and the Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering Annual Meeting.  Executive Presentations  Communication planning and Speaking Engagements (Selected achievements)
Leadership Best Practices, Liberty University Project Management Day, (Planned  Branding Development April 2015) & SWVA PMI Symposium (Planned October 2015)  Delivery of training across topics and industries Personal Branding and Aspects of Leadership, International PM Day, 2013 Behavioral Aspects of Leadership, SWVA PMI Symposium, 2013 INTELLIGENCE INTEGRITY INNOVATION
Bangalore  Beijing  Budapest  Frankfurt  Helsinki  Hong Kong  London  Madrid  Mexico City  New York  Paris  Port of Spain  São Paulo  Singapore  Sydney  Tokyo  Toronto 2000-2015 International Institute for Learning, Inc. 1 of 1 Nicole M. Durham Director, Diversity and Inclusion Exelon Corporation Profile Ms. Durham is the Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Exelon Corporation, a Chicago-based, Fortune 500 competitive energy provider with approximately $27.4 billion in annual revenue and nearly 29,000 employees. Ms. Durham is responsible for overseeing and supporting the execution of Exelon's diversity and inclusion strategy, which is designed to support business and operations goals through implementation of initiatives, education, programs, policies and metrics. She serves as an advisor and strategic partner to senior leadership, middle management, diversity and inclusion councils and employee resource groups. Ms. Durham partners across the organization in developing strategies to attract, develop and retain talent, create an inclusive culture and increase and sustain employee Professional History Prior to her current position, Ms. Durham served as chief of staff to Exelon senior vice president and chief financial officer where she led the Finance organization's diversity and inclusion strategic plan and initiatives. In this role, Nicole worked with leaders to assess workplace culture and develop strategies to address key issues. Before joining Exelon in 2004, Ms. Durham specialized in risk consulting at Protiviti, Inc. and Arthur Andersen, LLP in Chicago. Ms. Durham was featured in the August 2011 issue of Today's Chicago Woman magazine for her role as a diversity and inclusion practitioner. She frequently presents on the topic of diversity and inclusion including speaking at Edison Electric Institute, BNP Paribas, University of Notre Dame MBA Program, Step Up Women's Network, Chicago United, Black Engineer of the Year Award Conference and Minority Corporate Counsel Association's Pathways to Diversity. Ms. Durham is a member of the Notre Dame Executive Business Council Advisory Board in Chicago. Civic Involvement Ms.Durham's volunteer involvement in the Chicagoland community has included organizations such as The DuSable Museum of African American History, Greater Chicago Food Depository, Habitat for Humanity, Chicago Cares, Principal for a Day and North Chicago Community High School. Ms. Durham earned her BBA from the University of Notre Dame. She is currently a candidate for an MS in Learning and Organizational Change from Northwestern University. She has received her professional in human resources (PHR) certification and certified information systems auditor (CISA) designation. Janese Murray
Vice President, Diversity and Inclusion Exelon Corporation Janese Murray currently serves as the Vice President of Diversity and Inclusion for Exelon Corporation where she is responsible for leading a team in the development and execution of effective strategies to increase workforce diversity and create an inclusive environment. Janese previously served as the Executive Director of Talent Development and Inclusion for Constellation Energy, where she started in April, 2007. In that role, she led a team that was responsible for enterprise wide talent management, leadership development and diversity and inclusion programs. Janese grew up in New Jersey and graduated from Morgan State University in Baltimore, MD. After starting her career in retail management, she moved into human resources. Over the past 25 years, Janese has moved to roles of increasing responsibility in several companies including CareFirst Blue Cross Blue Shield and Black and Decker. In addition to Janese's current responsibilities, she has experience in talent acquisition, employee relations, HR operations, and executive onboarding and support. Janese is also involved in the community and previously served on a number of non profit boards including Associated Black Charities and the Y of Central Maryland. She is currently on the Board of Trustees for Notre Dame of Maryland University. She is also very active with Morgan State University where she was recognized as Alumni of the Year for the MBA Program. She teaches one session per semester in a Business Ethics class. Janese is married to Reverend Brian Murray and is the proud mother of two daughters, Rachel and Alexis. Kenneth Petersen Vice President, Nuclear Fuels Petersen is responsible for fuel management, reactor core design, nuclear fuel procurement and for the governance and oversight of the spent fuel and decommissioning. These responsibilities are for the 22 units at 13 sites that Exelon owns or operates. Professional History Prior to becoming Vice President Nuclear Fuels, Petersen served as Senior Director of Fuel Supply and Spent Fuel for a year. During the previous 7 years, he served as a Technical Director or as the Fuel Supply Director. As a director in Fuels, he played a key role in developing the long term fuel procurement strategy and handled the technical aspects of utilizing the fuel in the reactors. Prior to being a director in fuels, Petersen held several positions in the commercial and technical areas of the Nuclear Fuels organization. Petersen graduated with a Bachelor of Science and Masters of Science degrees in Nuclear Engineering from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Professional Affiliations Petersen is on the board of directors for American Nuclear Society Family Ken and his wife, Lori, live in Geneva, Ill. They have three daughters. KATHY WISHNEW
Kathy Wishnew is the founder and President of LeanOn Consulting™ LLC. LeanOn Consulting exists to help
organizations achieve bottom-line performance improvements through the alignment of strategy, systems,
processes and its people. Kathy consults in the areas of Process Reengineering, Scorecard Development and
Deployment, Leadership Development and Quality Management. Prior to starting LeanOn Consulting, Kathy
worked 26 years internally in General Management (P&L Owner), Process Improvement, Six Sigma Black Belt,
Lean Driver, Program Management Office, and Quality roles for Jarden Corporation, Panduit Corp and the
Department of Defense.
Kathy's portfolio includes:  Transformed chronic Cost Center Business Unit in to a valued Profit Center by Reengineering New Product Development Process and implementing Cascading Goals throughout the organization.  Developed and implemented Global Manufacturing Operations Strategy and Business Unit Restructuring resulting in annual savings of $12,000,000.  Led Strategic Cost Reduction Initiative encompassing all corporate functions, worldwide sales, and worldwide manufacturing locations resulting in over $30,000,000 in savings.  Created transparency and linkage to Strategic Plan initiatives with new Portfolio and Project Management Framework leading to a record number of New Product Launches.  Established Lean / Continuous Improvement Program resulting in record level cost reduction of over $8,900,000 first year after inception.  Assisted in developing Corp Six Sigma Program and was first Black Belt to achieve record-level Six Sigma cost savings of 4.2% in both Manufacturing and Business Office improvements.  Created Quality Management System and achieved initial ISO9001 Certification in numerous businesses.  Centralized global Quality Management Systems which led to 360 view of product record as opposed to numerous independent sources of data. This centralized product history led to improved Supplier Performance and transformed the Customer Response time from years to days. Kathy has a Bachelors Degree in Industrial Systems Engineering from The Ohio State University where she was inducted in to the Alpha Pi Mu Industrial Engineering Honor Society. Kathy is certified as a Six Sigma Black Belt, ASQ Quality Engineer, Lean Leader, Shainin Red X Problem-Solver; and holds numerous FranklinCovey facilitator certifications including the following: Great Leaders, Great Teams, Great Results; 4 Disciplines of Execution; and the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Kathy has been a guest speaker at organizations and conferences on the topics of Leadership and Structured Problem-Solving. Kathy is a runner and enjoys playing competitive tennis. EXECUTIVE PROFILE Kimberly Clark
Chief Commercial Officer, AREVA Inc. Kimberly Clark serves as Chief Commercial Officer of AREVA Inc. Appointed to this position in June 2014, Clark is responsible for all customer-facing activities for AREVA in North America and reports to Gary Mignogna, Chief Executive Officer of AREVA Inc. Prior to this appointment, Clark served as VP Customer Relations & Chief Marketing Officer of AREVA Inc., where she was responsible for customer relations and the integrated commercial activities for the entire AREVA product and services line. She ensured that customer relationship management, commercial strategy, order development, and customer satisfaction were aligned to meet corporate goals. Before Clark joined AREVA in 2009 as Vice President of Key Accounts, she held the position of Vice President of Sales for General Electric (GE)'s Global Nuclear Fuels, where she was responsible for the sales and order development of the global fuels business, including fuel fabrication and engineering services. She also held positions as Quality Manager for domestic and Japanese facilities and Fuel Fabrication Manager for the Wilmington, NC fuel production facility. Clark has held various engineering roles, including her work in leading Operations and Outage Management for plant steam generating equipment at International Paper, where she began her career. Clark holds a bachelor's degree in Chemical Engineering from North Carolina State University and is Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certified. AREVA Inc., 7207 IBM Drive, Charlotte, NC 28262 – T: 704-805-2000 – @AREVAinc Exelon Generation – Cantera 2015 Region III Conference Registration Form
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*The tour is limited. You will be notified if you are signed-up for the tour and further information wil be requested prior to the conference. There is NO registration fee. Cantera WIN Chapter would like to donate items to Mutual Ground, a women's shelter that offers support for women in domestic violence and sexual abuse. Mutual Ground would benefit from items like socks (women and children) and hygiene products (shampoo, soap, bodywash, toothpaste/toothbrush, etc). We would appreciate your donation, but participation is not required. Hotel and travel expenses are the responsibility of the participant. Conference Location: Sheraton, 3000 Warrenvil e Rd., Lisle, IL (630)505-1000 Guest rooms have been blocked under "Exelon Region III WIN" for the conference until May 4th, at the rate of $109 per night for June 3-4. The hotel is about 30 minutes from O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and about 35 minutes from Midway International Airport (MDW). Conference attire is business casual. Please choose a shirt size:
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For registration questions, please contact: Ashley Kovacs at 630-657-2167 or [email protected] Susan Korn at 630-657-4247 or [email protected]

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