2021 CVC Annual Meeting

Who Attended

Judson McNeil, The Toro Company
Nicole Laumer, She/Her, Prepare + Prosper
Cathy Thoma, Hammer Residences
Scott Cummings, Accenture
Kate Powers, Tennant Company
Lindsey Kaufmann, Cargill
Ashlie Lystad, BCBSMN/Further
Tricia Painter, Abbott
Sally Kolar, RBC Wealth Management
Megan Wagner, UnitedHealth Group
Did you miss the Tomme Beevas' presentation at the Annual Meeting? Here is Tomme Beevas’ Story of Service. 
 
 
You can Calling all CVC Members! We invite you to join us for our virtual 2021 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, February 23, 9 am-10:30 am.
 
We are excited to kick-off the 2021 CVC-TC Annual Meeting with restaurateur and community leader, Tomme Beevas. Tomme is the owner of Pimento Jamaican Kitchen, who transformed his operation into a donation location to support protesters, individuals, and families in the affected communities this past summer.
 
Prior to opening his restaurants, Tomme worked in the corporate sector, where he led employee engagement and volunteer recognition programs, managed community engagement efforts, and more. 
 
In addition to Tomme’s amazing story of service that extends between the corporate and nonprofit world, we'll also brainstorm for the year ahead and our upcoming programs. Your voice is a valuable resource in creating the CVC experience, so bring your thoughts and suggestions.
 
By registering for the Annual Meeting, your name will be placed into a random drawing for a gift card to Pimento Jamaican Kitchen. Winners will be announced at the Annual Meeting.
 
Speaker D. Tomme Beevas
 
As founder and Chief Strategic Officer of Pimento Jamaican Kitchen, Tomme leads the company’s growth strategy to become the top provider of authentic Jamaican food experiences globally.
 
Additionally, Tomme leads Pimento Relief Services and the Pimento Foundation in their support for leaders on the frontlines of economic liberation, social liberation, and political liberation. Prior to launching Pimento, Tomme served as a corporate executive responsible for Cargill’s global community involvement programs, including raising more than $100 million for United Way, and leading volunteer programs across 350 communities on six continents.
 
 
 
Agenda
 
9:00 am – Story of Service,  Tomme Beevas
9:30 am – Q&A
9:45 am  – Annual Meeting Begins
10:30 am – Annual Meeting Concludes

Note: To access any members-only materials for this event, you must be logged in and a current member of CVC-TC.

Event Details

Start
9:00am on Tuesday, February 23, 2021
End
10:30am on Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Location
Zoom
MN
Register by
8:30am on Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Registration
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