How do i spend my days?
I've had what some would call a non-traditional career. According to recent labor statistics, the average time spent at a company for someone under the age of 35 is 2.8 years. Unknowingly I've embodied that statistic, and have thoroughly enjoyed each place I've spent time, and each organization has made me the professional I am today. To learn more about my professional life, head on over to Linkedin.
I'm also available for speaking engagements on the topics of career transitions, social media, community management, corporate alumni programs, corporate social responsbility, project management, and more.
My most recent talk took place in January 2018 as a guest speaker for Conenza's Webinar Series, entitled "The Metrics of a Mature Alumni Program." The talk focused mainly on getting the basics of a program set up, acknowledging growth stages, data collection, and measuring engagement.
The April 2018 HR Magazine cover story was, "Why Companies Should Stay Connected with Ex-Employees" focusing on the many reasons that exist to welcome returning employees to an organization. A nice overview of established Corporate Alumni Networks in this piece, including the one I manage at Oliver Wyman.
Recently, the Trello blog asked me about my accountability structure in an article about battling the imposter syndrome. I've had an accountability partner for years helping me to achieve the goals I set for myself, and it was a pleasure sharing it.