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TECHtimonials: Virtual Ted Talks Inspired Event

Event Details

Thursday, May 28, 2020

11:00am - 12:30pm

Atlanta, GA

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Laura Pusateri
Employee Engagement Manager
Georgia Tech Human Resources

Event Details

Georgia Tech Human Resources and members of the Employee Engagement Leadership Council invite you to participate in TECHtimonials, a TED Talks inspired live BlueJeans event held Thursday, May 28, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Join us as colleagues share their best practices on employee engagement, career advancement, and inspirational interests.

Thursday, May 28, 2020
11 a.m.-Noon – TECHtimonial BlueJeans Live event
Noon-12:30 p.m. – Moderated Q&A with speakers
RSVP to attend by Wednesday, May 27

Please see below for speakers and their intended topics. Please note speakers and order of program are subject to change:

Career Discovery/AdvancementStories of navigating unique career paths and recommended strategies to promote career growth

  • Pearl Alexander, Executive Director, Diversity, Inclusion, & Engagement – “I Used to Be, But Now I AM"
  • Joe Blount, IT Service Delivery Manager – Improve Your Communication Skills with Techmasters
  • Christie Stewart, Academic Professional – Finding Your Path: Seizing Career Opportunities
  • Rachel Watts, Training Generalist – ASPIRE: Creating a Leadership Mindset

Employee EngagementStories about a program or initiative that have increased presenters’ sense of engagement to the Institute

  • Camilla Brewer and Dani Lechner, LGBTQIA Resource Center Coordinator and Women's Resource Center Program Coordinator – Carving Out a Space of Your Own: Georgia Tech Emerging Professionals
  • Caroline Dotts, Associate Director, Healthy Lifestyle Programs – Creating a Positive Work Culture Through Clifton Strengths
  • Gerome Stephens, Associate Dean of Students – Finding Belonging Through Service Breaks  

Inspirational Interests/TalentsStories of individual talents to foster informal connections and increase learning opportunities for our community

  • Mitsuko Ito, Admin III –
    Newer and Effective Ways to Powerfully Process Emotions
  • Courtney Sykes, Senior Development Assistant – Finding Purpose Through Pouring Candles
  • Serena Wallace, Institute Event Manager – How to Enhance Your Career – The Dungeons & Dragons Way

If interested in attending, please RSVP by Wednesday, May 27.

Last revised May 18, 2020