Generations in the Workplace
Guest Speaker: Angela Spranger, CNU
Professor Angela Spranger is an encouraging, engaging facilitator who transfers her knowledge and experiences in ways that learners and participants can relate to and remember. Her instructional experience includes teaching adult non-traditional learners at Hampton University and Regent University in the business curricula, specializing in Marketing, Labor Management Relations, and Human Resources courseware. As of 2012, she added instructional experience with traditional young adult learners at Christopher Newport University. She has provided professional development and motivational workshops to local churches, military installations, and professional associations, and always seeks to offer a unique and inspirational way of approaching the theme topic.
Mrs. Spranger is a scholar-practitioner, having served for five years as a Division Training Coordinator at Newport News Shipbuilding, a division of Huntington-Ingalls Industries, Inc., while undertaking doctoral study in organizational leadership at Regent University. She holds Master’s degrees in Education, focusing on Human and Organizational Learning, and in Business Administration. She has also earned professional certification in the fields of human resources and marketing. An accomplished speaker and presenter, she is a Competent Communicator in the Toastmasters, International organization, having won awards for evaluation and presentation skills.
Please remember to bring a donation for the Foodbank.
Protein, Meat and Fish
peanut butter, tuna, canned ham, canned chicken, beans
Fruits and Vegetables
canned fruits and vegetables, 100% fruit juice, instant potatoes, fruit preserves, dried fruit
cereal, oatmeal, rice, whole grain crackers
pasta and sauce, boxed meals, chunky soups, stews
powdered formula, baby food, diapers, wipes
Ms. Marlo Calloway, PHR
Career Club Facilitator