Connect Marquette is continuing our monthly Lunch With Leaders series, and our March guest is Scott Reddinger: local professional, author, podcaster, Yooper.
Chances are that you recognize Scott from several different things, and that's because he seems to be everywhere in the Marquette area these days!
Scott "Shooter" Reddinger is an avid outdoorsman and life-long Yooper. His love for the Northern lifestyle is so immense that he wrote the children’s book “Y is for Yooper” in 2015 and hosts the long-running, bi-weekly show "The Chat it U.P. Podcast”, where he discusses all things Upper Peninsula.
Having started his career as a teacher before transitioning into a career with VAST as a personal insurance claims specialist, Scott brings a wealth of knowledge and emphatic compassion to those he serves. We’ll be talking about his experiences publishing a book and launching a podcast and some lessons learned along the way.
This event is intended to provide an accessible setting, where the Connect Marquette membership can get to know Sara a bit, while learning and sharing information, discussing topics relevant to our mission: being an instrumental part of the long-term success of individuals in Marquette County through collaboration, inclusiveness, innovation, and the U.P. work ethic. This is a great opportunity to get to know our featured guest in a small-group format.
This Lunch With Leaders meeting will be hosted virtually. So please take this opportunity to get to know a bit more about one of our local community leaders. Get your laptop, take a break and spend your lunch with us!
Registration will be available until shortly before the start of the program. Registrants will receive a follow-up email with information on how to join the discussion.
Each month, Connect Marquette will feature a guest speaker in an informal lunch setting. Organized topics at different venues in downtown Marquette (when such meetings are again possible) will be announced ahead of time. The topic will be selected by the featured speaker, and a few topics can be suggested by the organization ahead of time for preparation.