We will have a special evening dinner pairing young women in grades 4 through 10 with local successful businesswomen.
Purpose of the event
Celebrate successful women in careers while raising money for the Stateline Boys & Girls Clubs
Promote and create an environment for young ladies to explore career paths while connecting them with successful women and their stories
Expose young ladies to successful business women
Increase awareness of career opportunities for young ladies in our community and country
Increase enrollment of girls in the club
Connect young girls with positive professional females
Financial support for the Stateline Boys & Girls Club
Justice Rebecca Frank Dallet
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice
About Justice Dallet:
Justice Rebecca Frank Dallet was elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court on April 3, 2018 and took office Aug. 1, 2018. Before joining the Supreme Court, she was elected as a judge to the Milwaukee County Circuit Court in 2008 and was re-elected in 2014. She served as a member of the Wisconsin Judicial Conferences Criminal Jury Instruction Committee, as an associate dean of the Wisconsin Judicial College, on the board of the Association of Women Lawyers, and is on the faculty of the National Judicial Institute on Domestic Violence. She is a member of the board of directors to the National Board of Trial Advocacy.
Prior to being elected to the judiciary, Justice Dallet was an assistant district attorney in Milwaukee County from 1996 to1999 and again from 2002 to 2007. She was appointed the first female presiding court commissioner for Milwaukee County in 2007, serving in that role until 2008. Justice Dallet was a special assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin from 1999 to 2002 and taught Trial Advocacy as an adjunct law professor at Marquette University Law School from 2005 to 2008. Immediately after law school, she clerked for U.S. Magistrate Judge Aaron Goodstein in the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Justice Dallet received her B.A. summa cum laude with honors from The Ohio State University in 1991 and her J.D. summa cum laude from Case Western Reserve University School of Law in 1994, where she was an editor of law review.
Justice Dallet has been an active volunteer in her community for organizations such as the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, COA Youth and Family Centers and as a youth leader for Congregation Shalom in Fox Point.
Justice Dallet and her husband, Brad, have three children.
First Time Attendees:
New girls need to complete:
Career Exploration Lessons
The Beloit B&G Club: 608-365-8874
The South Beloit B&G Club: 815-389-3634
The Speaker Series
Young ladies attending for a second year will need to complete four speaker sessions to be eligible for 2019’s event. The dinner event includes dinner, dress, valet shuttle and evening with professional women from across the Greater Beloit Area.
Sessions are held at CareerTek on Thursdays, 6:00-7:00 PM
20 Corporate Sponsors
$2,000 – Corporate table for 2 corporate representatives
$1,000 – Shared table with 1 representative from each business
$500 – Limo ride sponsor. Company logo in program
$100 – Dress sponsor. Name listed in program
($2,000 per table)
Cost covers expense of meals for everyone at the table
Covers cost of signage for the table
Companies are encouraged to bring promotional items for their tables
Table seat two business executives from the corporate sponsor per table
8 young ladies seated at the tables from mixed grade levels
Work to match students’ interests with those of the business executives at the table through their career work done in advance of the event
To sponsor this exciting event see More Information below.
All proceeds benefit:
For More Information
Tina Salzman Business & Education Director
Susan Day Director of Education Services