Janis Ramey of Ramey Technical Writing and Found of STC WorkQuest
Janis Ramey is an independent technical writer with clients in many different technologies. She’s been active in STC for a long time and has been honored by being elected STC Fellow. She started STC WorkQuest and ran it for a number of years. Website: www.technical-writing.net
Katherine Lebeck of E-Safe Consulting Solutions
Prior to working at E-Safe, an IT company specializing in hardware, software, security and infrastructure solutions, Katherine worked for a Search Firm that ran the gamut of placement services. She specialized in placing HR and finance professionals while managing the Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) piece of Novus’ business. She got her start in HR at an eco-friendly company in New York while earning a Masters Degree in Industrial Psychology. She earned a BS in Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh prior to relocating to NY.
Tim Sullivan of the Pittsburgh Business Times
Tim Sullivan joined the Pittsburgh Business Times in 2009 after working more than twelve years managing outreach and marketing for the PA Treasury Department. Since joining the Business Times, Tim has had the opportunity to work with many entrepreneurs, small and medium sized business, firms and associations to help them mine the information they need to grow their businesses. He educates readers on the value of using print media as a business resource.
In addition to working directly with trade groups, chambers of commerce, and community organizations, Tim conducts SmartReader workshops designed to teach professionals to develop quality leads from the Business Times as well as other print publications. As you will hear today, the seminar provide a formula and action plan to aid today’s professionals on a variety of levels, be it pulling sales leads, networking, finding new business opportunities or tracking clients, prospects and competitors.
Mona Abdel-Halim of Careerimp, Inc.
Mona Abdel-Halim is a career coach and co-founder of Résunate – a resume scoring and tailoring tool. Résunate spun out of Carnegie Mellon University two years ago and is used by job seekers across over 100 countries and has been shown to double interview chances.