New Opportunities to Participate in at the 2017 Annual Meeting

Jeopardy Competition

The FGS will host a jeopardy game where Fellows will compete to express the depth of their knowledge. Dr. Herbert Wolfsen will serve as our very own, Alex Trebec. This will be a unique and fresh perspective for not only the participants but also for those in the audience. 

A Time for Yoga

Devin Navarro Yoga Teacher
Attendees are invited to participate in calming Yoga classes on Friday, November 17 at 4:00pm and then again Saturday, November 18 at 3:30pm. Both classes will be held in the Oceana D ballroom. You can register at the Registration Desk when you check-in.
Devin Navarro is a Certified Yoga Instructor. She teaches at 305 Yoga, where Devin helps individuals to lead healthier, happier lives.  Devin teaches a wide variety of yoga classes, from Restorative to Power Yoga, with a special interest in gentle classes to invite students from all ages and levels to enjoy the benefits of a peaceful mind and a flexible and strong body.

Understanding Legal Tools: The Keys to Lawsuit Prevention and Tax Reduction

Think a lawsuit could never happen to you? Think again!

Attendees of the FGS/SGNA Annual Meeting are invited for a lunch presentation hosted by Legally Mine on Saturday, November 18th from 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm. The luncheon will be held in room 1GH.
Individuals will learn how to:
  • Protect assets from lawsuits with proper legal structuring
  • Reduce tax liability, legitimately
  • Cultivate an environment to thrive financially
Dr. Benjamin Dyches will be the speaker. Dr. Dyches is among a very small group qualified to both practice healthcare as a licensed provider and provide counsel for healthcare professionals and corporations.
As a dentist, Dr. Dyches owned multiple dental practices, provided care to thousands of patients, and managed a staff of over 50 employees. In 2010, he sold his dental practices and began to pursue his legal interests. Dr. Dyches subsequently graduated from the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University with a focus in business law and alternative dispute resolution.
He currently cares for patients at his office in Provo, Utah as well as providing healthcare consulting and compliance services through his firm, Aegis Protectors, and lectures on healthcare and business law and lawsuit prevention through asset protection. Dr. Dyches is passionate about protecting the providers in our society and making difficult legal concepts approachable and meaningful. Email Pam Thatcher to register for the event.