Basic Preparedness in a Disaster – Apr 28

Join us as Felecia A Schreier discusses:

What are some basic steps of preparedness in an emergency that can be applied to home and business.

Basic Preparedness in a Disaster Felecia Schreier works for the New Mexico DHSEM in the Preparedness Bureau as the Training Coordinator as well as being a Staff Instructor. She has a BA from California State University, Northridge and is a graduate of the National Emergency Management Academy. Felecia provides training in the areas of Incident Command Systems, Community Preparedness including Multi Hazard Planning for Schools and Community Emergency Response Team Train-The Trainer. She is a member of the State Emergency Operations Center staff; working in Operations when emergencies impact sections of the state.

Marketing Yourself to the Top of Your Field


Barbara Kline

March 24
Barbara Kline Offers
Tips to Market Yourself

Whether you own your own business or are employed, marketing yourself is one of the most important parts of your job description.

And, sadly, women still have to work harder than men to get to the top, even when they are better qualified. Marketing is only one part of a complete business package, but once you have the basics in place, you need to make sure people recognize your contributions—and your worth. Barbara Kline offers 5 key steps for getting the recognition—and reward—you deserve from your boss, your customers, your peer, and possibly even yourself.

Barbara Kline bio

Barbara Kline has been helping companies and individuals stand out in their markets for more than 30 years. She was the first woman hired for an exempt position in Intel’s Microprocessor Operation and was recruited by the legendary Regis McKenna to help shape the positioning for Silicon Valley as the high tech capital of the world. She has consulted for clients in the US, Europe and Asia, and has owned her own marketing company for 26 years. She recently organized a trade mission to Israel and is involved in economic development initiatives for New Mexicans through ACI and the New Mexico-Israel Business Exchange.

Creating Emotional Urgency – Feb 25

Matt Rixx

Matt Rixx, MATTRIXX Persuasive Communications

Something in your client’s lives isn’t working for them and they need a solution.

What if you knew how to connect with them … connect so deeply that the path to THE SALE will LITERALLY roll out in front of you. What would it be worth to you to learn proven strategies for learning your client’s hidden needs … their REAL needs … while providing solutions that will change their world?

Matt’s presentation will bring you face-to-face with a new approach of getting to know your clients while gaining a significant advantage over your competitors. You will learn the two most motivating factors that will revolutionize your concept of the marketing and sales process, and the techniques you should use to communicate with your potential customers.

BTW: If you HATE to SELL … if you never wanted to be a sales person … this presentation is for YOU!

Matt Rix is a leading authority on the science of persuasion, creating emotional urgency, and the art of memorable messaging. He is a nationally recognized speaker, corporate consultant, and an expert in B2B Persuasive Content copywriting.

Financial Management Jan 28

Lee Trussel, Financial Lee Trussell will define the accounting system, the accounting cycle, the accounting equation, and illustrate the principal financial statements.


Lee is currently president of Advanced Manufacturing Analysis & Research Corporation and founder/president of the Center for Applied Entrepreneurial Studies, where he presents an education program for aspiring entrepreneurs and individuals wishing to gain business operations knowledge.

He experienced a broad range of ownership and executive management positions in numerous domestic business sectors. Lee was a senior executive responsible for international businesses involved in energy exploration and utilities development and distribution in Turkey.

Lee’s community involvement includes: vice-chairman of the Albuquerque Development Commission and the New Mexico Veterans Memorial Foundation Board.

Previously he was vice-chairman of the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, vice-chairman of the St. Joseph Healthcare System, and president of Cancer Resource Center. As a United States naval officer (Captain, USN retired) Lee held highly responsible senior officer positions in the naval reserve, including eight US Navy reinforcing/sustaining commands. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree summa cum laude from the Anderson School of Management in 1984.