The inspiring and informative panel discussion on building a personal professional brand, is the third program in AWT’s popular 2014 series of forums on managing your personal career portfolio.
Your professional identity is defined by what you do and say and perhaps most importantly, the image you portray– not only in your everyday interactions but on social media from LinkedIn to Twitter to Facebook and more.
Established as well as aspiring technology professionals are invited to learn more about how to take control of managing your image with tips and advice from the panel of experts:
Tim Tyrell-Smith, Director of Marketing and Communications, Kareo
Klara Farkas, Owner/Founder, Klarity International
Kay Hunter, Image and Etiquette Coach, Imagine…The Possibilities
Tricia Todd, VP of Marketing, Transcatheter Heart Valves, Edwards Lifesciences
Tammy Wong, CEO, Fostering Executive Leadership
Profits from this event benefit the AWT Charitable Foundation, which awards annual scholarships to women studying at Southern California colleges in pursuit of a career in technology. Since 2007, the AWT Charitable Foundation has awarded $50,000 in scholarships and plans to make an even greater contribution to the education of women in technology in the coming years.
Registration information can be found at www.awtsocal.org.
The Association for Women in Technology (AWT) (http://www.awtsocal.org/
We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in technology through the endowment of educational scholarships and the creation of opportunities to enhance personal and professional growth, working closely with the business community to facilitate diversity and proficiency.
Based in Orange County, AWT serves all of Southern California including Greater Los Angeles and San Diego. Our fundraising forums and events throughout the year attract both men and women from every area of technology and our members include those just entering the field as well as those holding mid- and senior-level technical and management positions.
One hundred percent of our fundraising proceeds go towards the AWT Charitable Foundation, which awards annual scholarships to women studying at a California college in pursuit of a career in technology.