Oct. 19, 2012
-- Your "elevator speech" is a little pitch that says a whole lot about you. You’re giving someone a nutshell version of who you are and what you offer. The goal is to develop a style and substance that will pique someone's interest enough to inspire further conversation, inside, and most often outside, of an elevator. Fabianna Solari will offer tips and techniques on how to prepare for your “30 Seconds of Fame”.
Fabianna Solari is currently employed by Monsanto and leads the Middleware Services Advanced Support Teams. Ms. Solari received her B.S. and M.S. in Computer Science from Clark University in Atlanta. Her passion is in leadership and team development and training. She has focused on helping others leverage their talents and strengths to achieve their goals. This has been accomplished by coaching and mentoring various professionals, students and co-workers. At Monsanto, Ms. Solari is a member of the African Americans in Monsanto (AAIM) Leadership and Retention Committee, GI Leadership Development Committee, Women’s Network, Women in IT, Young Professionals, and Women’s Leadership Giving Initiative. She also serves as one of two Monsanto liaisons for the St. Louis Chapter of the National Black MBA Association.
This event will take place at the St. Louis Chapter’s monthly meeting on Thursday, November 1, 2012 with networking beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the Crowne Plaza-Airport, 11228 Lone Eagle Drive, Bridgeton, MO 63044. To make a reservation, please visit the Chapter’s website, www.iaap stl.org/stlouis and complete the meeting reservation form.