|Julie Abramowski||VP Corporate Controller||HNI Corporation|
|Rebecca Albers||Senior Vice President-Investment Officer||Wells Fargo Advisors|
|Brian Boyle||Founder and CEO||Boyle Capital|
|Carl Brandt||Regional Managing Director||Great Southern Bank|
|Scott Breon||Finance Lead||Global Music Labels for YouTube Music at Google|
|Lori Cole||Business Manager||Blessed Trinity Cluster|
|Jay Doeden||Managing Director||Deloitte Risk and Financial Advisory|
|Scott D. Eltjes||CEO and President||BTC Capital Management|
|William Hahesy||CFA||Grit Capital|
|Matt Hanson||Senior High Yield Analyst||Principal Global Investors|
|Sara Klaessy||Assistant Director-Marketing||Principal Financial Group|
|Ben Miller||Senior High Yield Porfolio Manager||Aegon Asset Management US|
|Russ Nieland||Managing Partner||Carson Wealth|
|Mary Pech||CFA, FLMI||Consultant - Self-Employed|
|Jerry Ripperger||National VP-ESOP Consulting||Principal Financial Group|
|Corey Ruehle||VP, Chief Claims Officer||UFG|
|Shar Self||Department Head||University of Northern Iowa Finance and Economic Departments|
|Derek Thoms||High Yield Portfolio Manager||Aegon Asset Management US|
|Matt Verbeck||Vice President - Commercial Lending||U.S. Bank, N.A.|
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