On Thursday, September 15, 2016, the WITI Boston network welcomed a panel of speakers to discuss IT's most urgent challenge: cybersecurity. Cyber crime can affect its victims in a multitude of ways, including data theft, sabotage, disabled systems, denial of service, and extortion. It's estimated that cyber crime costs the global economy over $400 billion per year.
One of Leadership Members, Parna Sarkar-Basu has supported and developed several STEM programs for schools and companies over the years. One of them is the South Shore Science Fest, which her and co-founders launched last year in collaboration with MIT's Cambridge Science Festival. The Patriot Ledger wrote a great article on the April 23rd event.
Recently at a WITI Boston networking meeting, Candice Benson helped attendees understand techniques to exert influence over others even without formal reporting authority.
For sending 9 enthusiastic ladies to our leadership dinner, June 17th. We look forward to seeing you all again, September 9th at our next program.
On Thursday, May 14th, attendees gathered at Constant Contact in Waltham to hear Edith Onderick-Harvey, President of Factor In Talent, provide advice on networking which is not just about collecting business cards, but about creating relationships. Read More...
On the evening of March 4th four women sat at the front of a room at Morgan, Brown & Joy, ready to share their experiences and extensive expertise.
WITI members and nonmembers alike met last Tuesday evening to hear Donna Ceriani, founder and CEO of The Real Journey, speak about how to develop your personal brand.
Last Wednesday evening women gathered around a conference table at Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in downtown Boston for a workshop on financial management and investment.
Both WITI Boston members and nonmembers met last Thursday to hear the Executive and Senior Coach, Laurie Gerber, of the Handel Group speak about how to become an inspired leader.
In May, WITI members and non-members gathered at the IBM Innovation Center in Cambridge to engage with C-level executives and obtain one-on-one career advice from professional coaches.
In April, WITI members and non-members gathered at Foley Hoag LLC in downtown Boston to take the Passion Test. Led by Donna Ceriani, Executive Coach and Consultant at The Real Journey LLC, this event focused on how to identify and work towards your top five passions.
Last Wednesday forty attendees arrived at CA Technologies in Framingham with their notebooks ready for the career workshop led by Laurie Gerber. Laurie, Executive and Senior Coach at The Handel Group, shared her techniques on how to successfully build and balance your life.