DATE: TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2014
TIME: 12:15 PM
PLACE: MONROE HALL ROOM #628
Twenty-six after taking my bachelor's degree in physics from Loyola, I've worked as a physicist, a laboratory supervisor at a chemical
plant site, a process engineer, an international standards developer, and a cybersecurity strategist. Today I'm called a security policy
adherence analyst and I expect to soon hail as the head of a not-for-profit. Though I haven't worked as a physicist for many years,
my degrees have served me well, opening doors and providing a foundation of critical skills that have allowed me to do just about
anything I've wanted. Here I'll share some of my experiences and the insight I've gained into how to manage your career based on your
personal measuresof success.
Refreshment will be provided.