Wisconsin HIMSS December Regional Networking Event

December 6, 5:00pm, CST - 8:15pm, CST



This event is SOLD OUT.

We are unable to accept anyone on a waiting list or walk-ins at the event.



3177 French Rd

De Pere, WI 54115

From Hwy 41 - Exit #157 – Cty. S, Freedom. Turn east at stop sign. Turn south (right) on the first road (French Road). The Marq is on the left – 1/2 mile.


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Wisconsin HIMSS Regional Networking Event


$20 - Includes Buffet Dinner.

This event is open to all Healthcare IT Professionals, Project Management Professionals, and Students.  Everyone is invited!



5:00 pm - 6:00 pm   Social with Cash Bar

6:00 pm - 7:00 pm   Dinner

7:00 pm – 8:15pm   Rob Davis, Director of Player Development, Green Bay Packers


On December 6th, Wisconsin Dairyland chapter of HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society) will be partnering with Project Management Institute – Northeast Wisconsin (PMI-NEW) to present a joint regional event on Leadership. Our keynote speaker will be Rob Davis of the Green Bay Packers.

Rob Davis, who played 12 years in the NFL, enters his ninth year as the team’s director of player engagement. Before being named to the new position, he had spent the previous 11 seasons as the Packers’ long snapper before retiring in March 2008. He was named director of player development on March 26, 2008, by Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations. Davis’ title was adjusted to director of player engagement in 2014.

As the director of player engagement, Davis is vital in maintaining locker-room cohesiveness and overall player health. He assists players in acclimating to their roles, both on and off the field and in the Green Bay community.

Davis also oversees the Packers’ wide range of programs designed to meet the needs of players and their families in today’s NFL. The department provides a framework of assistance within which players and their immediate family members can address the pressures created by daily life and complicated by the demands of playing professional football. The program is also set up to get players prepared for life after football, and helps players seek educational and vocational opportunities. Davis also developed a mentorship program, aimed at joining Packers players with community leaders who serve as professional mentors.

Davis served as the Packers’ long snapper for 11 seasons (1997-2007) and played 167 straight games in a Green Bay uniform, the third-longest streak in team history. Only Brett Favre (255) and Forrest Gregg (187) played in more consecutive games for the Packers than Davis.

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