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Her name is Dana Manciagli and she has a great philosophy about researching, applying, and getting hired for your dream job. It’s simple. She says:
Cut The Crap
You can get the full scoop (pun intended) of what Dana is up to on her website.She also has thoughts for hiring managers. Which I believe is the topic of her next book.
Women In Technology
She is also active in the STEMWIT efforts that the IAMCP WIT chapter of Seattle is driving. More information can be found about WIT here on the IAMCP site.
Key Point: Although this group is named Women in Technology there is still a place for men in the meetings and the activities. So, if you are a guy and interested in helping drive awareness, education and inclusion please consider checking out you local WIT efforts.STEMWIT Support
Here’s my take on my take on STEMWIT EffortsBe on the lookout for Dana at WIT Events and beyond
It’s always great to catch up with Dana. Even if it’s just for a few minutes. Her energy, her passion and her presence are infectious.
In case you missed her at CenturyLink Field she was very actively involved in the NFL’s breast cancer awareness month efforts. She was highlighted on Seattle’s KING5 television station where she shared her commitment to the cause.
To find out more about what Dana is up to take a look at her website and if you have used some of her ideas to Cut The Crap and get hired please share your thoughts here or let Dana know directly.
In case you can’t tell … I am a huge fan of Dana.
Thanks for reading and I hope to see you … whether you are a guy or a girl … at WIT activities around Seattle or wherever we may meet.
If you want more information about IAMCP, WIT, or STEMWIT please feel free to connect with me directly.
Jeff is an expert in the Enterprise Content Management industry. He brings over 20 years of Channel Sales, Partner Marketing and Alliance expertise to audiences around the world in speaking engagements and via his writing. He has worked for Microsoft, Kodak, and K2. He is currently the consulting with Microsoft and partners to drive Community Engagement and Alliances.
Tweet him @jshuey or connect on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Google+ He is active in the Microsoft Partner Community and is the co-founder and President of the IAMCP Seattle chapter.
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