Dream Summit

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Each year, we host a two-day signature DreamBank experience to do what we do best — build a community of dreamers.

Whether in person or virtually, our Dream Summit experience brings together like-minded individuals to develop and connect in a safe and empowering space through inspiration, community and simply taking some time for yourself.

Every iteration of Dream Summit is a unique and curated experience, but every session includes motivational keynotes, dynamic speakers and interactive workshops that will help you gain the confidence you need to pursue your dreams fearlessly.

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Why Attend Dream Summit?

Experience two days of motivational keynotes and inspirational workshops, virtually meet like-minded attendees and speakers, and explore your dreams and how to achieve them.

Find Inspiration

Our lineup of keynote speakers were carefully selected to bring the energy and insight attendees need to become truly inspired.

Gain Confidence

You’ll have a chance to dream with peers and take in expert knowledge that’ll give you the tools you need to confidently move forward in your dream pursuit.

Improve Self-Learning

This empowering event will push you to think outside the box and explore new paths. You’ll learn a lot about yourself in just two short days — and you may just discover dreams you’ve yet to uncover.

Meet Last Year’s Speakers

Last year we partnered with some amazing speakers and leaders. Take a look at a few of our past speakers and get a taste for what you can expect this year!


Simidele Adeagbo is an Olympian, best known for becoming the first African and Black woman to compete in Olympic Skeleton. For more than fifteen years, Simidele led innovative marketing campaigns at Nike, and today is a popular keynote speaker and consultant who helps audiences unlock the power they have as change makers. Simidele has appeared in leading media outlets such as CNN, NBC, ESPN, USA Today, Essence, Forbes, and Sports Illustrated and was hailed by the New York Times as “a role model for Africa and beyond.”

John worked the tech industry for 15 years doing design, web development, and copywriting for a startup called FeedBurner that was acquired by Google in 2007. He’s worked with companies including Netflix, Associated Bank, Caterpillar, Google, AirBnb, Uber, and many others. He’s also been published by Wall Street Journal, Wired, Fast Company, Harvard Business Review, and Time.

Dr. Nathaniel Chin serves as medical director for the Wisconsin Alzheimer's Disease Research Center (ADRC) and the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer's Prevention (WRAP). Dr. Chin grew up in Watertown, Wisconsin, and earned undergraduate and medical degrees from UW-Madison. While completing his internal medicine residency at the University of California, San Diego, Dr. Chin’s father was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer’s disease (AD). His father’s condition influenced the way he began to look at his own career, and Dr. Chin decided to pursue a career as a geriatrician and scientist focused on dementia, specifically Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Chin sees patients in the UW Health Memory Clinic three half-days a week. Dr. Chin is the host of the Wisconsin ADRC's podcast, "Dementia Matters." In each bi-weekly episode, he interviews local and national Alzheimer's disease experts about research advances and caregiver strategies.

Laura is the author of several time management and productivity books. 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think (Portfolio, 2010) argues that time is best approached from the holistic perspective of a week (168 hours) rather than any single day. Laura’s work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, City Journal, Fortune, and Fast Company.