I have spent the past six years exploring different industries focusing on project management, business development, communications and membership management. Most recently, I worked as Executive Director for Hackforge, a not-for-profit technology organization based in Windsor, Ontario. During my time there I was responsible for the TechBoost Program, a 12-month project consisting of a series of workshops to provide small business owners with training in information technology tools and products for business. This project involved designing a relevant curriculum of workshop topics based on qualitative research, recruiting expert instructors, coordinating and facilitating over 35 individual events, promoting the program to the community, managing the project budget, collecting data, and documenting and evaluating the progress and final outcomes of the project.
Currently, I’m working as a Transformational Analyst on the HITS eHealth Team at Hamilton Health Sciences.
Come out and meet people interested in 3D Printing! We will be showing how to print something from the web. No prior experience is required.
Following the free-form discussion at our April meetup, we’re having a more structured discussion for May’s meet-up that dives a bit deeper into some topics. Come prepared with a short list of 2-3 topics we talked about that really interested you. It’s even better if you have specific questions you’d like answered.
We’ll all write our topics or questions down on sticky notes, and we’ll organize the topics into categories. Then we’ll process through the topics, talking about each as a group. This format, a structured discussion with no predetermined agenda, is called a Lean Coffee, and it’s really fun!
This month’s guest speaker is Jules Champoux, CPCA. Jules is a licensed advisor since 2006 and Sales Manager for Desjardins Financial Security Independent Network since 2012. He is also the current Director of the Town of Tecumseh BIA and the past Chairman of Eldercare Life Guide Services. As Jules is very involved in the community and in his career, he will share his insights about using activity management daily to reach his goals.
A practical introduction to SQL. The Structured Query Language is one of the most common ways that users interact with databases, and it’s an essential skill for all kinds of professionals who work with data.