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06-05-20 June Seminar Series with Lunch
Richmond Marriott Short Pump
4240 Dominion Blvd.
Glen Allen, VA 23060
United States
(804) 965-9500

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Friday, June 05, 2020, 8:00 AM - 1:15 PM EDT
Category: Events

Registration Opening -
To Be Determined. 

Seminar: Professional Leadership Workshop - Tools You Can Use to Inspire and Influence Those Inside and Outside Your Organization

A charismatic leader articulates a vision for the organization and motivates those who work for him or her. The traits that enable people to lead, inspire, and garner respect can be learned. In this high-energy, interactive session, you will discover critical communication skills, including how to project an image of authority, the importance of a positive attitude, and how to think on your feet and respond in a clear, concise, and substantive manner when called on unexpectedly in a meeting.

Lunch Presentation: Dangerous Documents: Avoiding Embarrassment and Scandal in Records and Emails

Are you ever horrified by an inflammatory statement written by one of your staff members?  You are not alone. Every day we read or hear about statements that have embarrassed individuals and their organizations. There is an answer! We will view real-life examples of emails and other statements in documents that have had disastrous consequences. You will learn how to protect your organizations from such unwelcome surprises and potential scandals. When you leave, you will have access to resources that will enable you to motivate your staff to write clear, correct, and appropriate documents that will not be misinterpreted.

Content Leaders

Nancy Singer, Compliance-Alliance, LLC*

Nancy Singer is an Assistant Professor at George Washington University, where she teaches leadership and communication skills. She has also taught classes at Johns Hopkins University, University of Southern California, and Harvard University. She presently teaches the investigators in FDA District Offices and the reviewers in FDA Staff Colleges. Previously she served as Special Counsel for the Advanced Medical Technology Association. Ms. Singer received Vice President Gore's Reinventing Government Hammer Award and the FDA Commissioner's Special Citation for her efforts to improve communication between the government and the regulated industry. She began her career as a prosecutor at the United States Department of Justice. Subsequently, she was a partner at the law firm of Kleinfeld Kaplan and Becker. She is a retired Commander in the Navy Reserve.

Christine Rance, CRANCE & CO, LLC*

Christine Rance is the Founder and CEO of CRANCE & CO. LLC. She has over 30 years of business leadership experience. She developed multiple cyber security services and helped create their corresponding training courses. She has delivered training to over 2,000 salespeople with a 99% satisfaction rate. Throughout her career, she has led hundreds of workshops on leadership, management, and effective communications. She is an animated speaker and has designed and participated in various corporate events such as  Verizon Women in Technology. She is the recipient of  UUNET’s Consist Quality Performance Award.  She currently sits on the Board of Directors of The Lopez Foundation, is a mentor with the Ohio University Alumni Mentor Program, and was active in the Verizon Women's Organization and Lean Six Sigma.

* Provided courtesy of Powell Kohne Associates, LLC



8:00 a.m.
8:30 - 11:00 a.m.
11:00 - 11:45 a.m.
11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

CAE Hours Blue round CAE logo 

Seminar - 2.50
Lunch Presentation - 0.25 


The Richmond Marriott Short Pump hotel is offering a special rate of $119 plus taxes for room reservations. To book your room reservation, call 1-888-236-2427 or click here to book online. Please note the cut off date is May 14th, 2020.


New Day Equine Therapy
New Day Equine Therapy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit therapeutic horseback riding program located in Ashland, Virginia, dedicated to providing therapeutic and educational programs for patients, survivors and families. Their mission is to enhance the quality of life and overall well-being of cancer patients, survivors, and their families. They provide an atmosphere to focus on mind, body and spirit. New Day Equine Therapy offers a variety of individualized programs for men, women and children on a volunteer/donated basis.

Registration Notes

  • All payments are due upon registration.
  • Payment can be made by credit card using our online registration link above or by mailing a check payable to VSAE using the printable registration form.
  • A replacement from the same organization may attend the lunch if the member is unable to attend. Please contact the registrar for assistance.
  • All non-members (including staff of Executive members) are limited to attending 3 meetings per year.
  • Cancellation Policy
    • Pre-registrations for lunch who cancel after Tuesday before the meeting or fail to attend will be invoiced $14. Members are allowed one (1) free pass per year.
    • No refunds for cancellation.
    • Substitutions are allowed.
    • View our Registration Policy here.

Registration Fees

Early Registration
Ends June 2
Late registration
Begins June 3
 On-site registration
VSAE Member
Seminar: $50
Lunch: Free**
Seminar: $60
Lunch: $14
Seminar: $60
Lunch: $35
Staff of an
Exec. member
Seminar: $50
Lunch: $25
Seminar: $60
Lunch: $30
Seminar: $60
Lunch: $40
Seminar: $90
Lunch: $50
Seminar: $100
Lunch: $55
Seminar: $100
Lunch: $55

** Executive non-Resident & Semi-Retired members pay $15 to attend the reception and lunch. 

Contact: Pamela Flynn | [email protected] | (804) 249-2244