JJ DiGeronimo, president of Tech Savvy Women, is one of the most highly regarded speakers, authors and executive strategists to attract, retain and advance professional women in technology and related fields. Through her keynotes and executive sessions, JJ shares effective leadership and inclusion strategies to retain and develop diverse talent. Her work is featured in Forbes and The Wall Street Journal along with many other publications. JJ is now a featured columnist for Smart Business Magazine, a regular guest on TV and radio shows and a preferred keynote speaker for many corporate events including Amazon, Ingram Micro, RIT, Sears Holding Company, Clemson University, NASA Glenn, Symantec, VMware, Grace Hopper, KeyBank, and EMC along with many other organizations. She includes these experiences along with hours of leadership research in her book, “The Working Woman’s GPS”. She also contributed to the book, “The Confident Woman, Tapping Into Your Inner Power” and hosts regular videos on TechSavvyWomen.TV.
Successful women strategize about how to advance their careers and take specific actions in navigating their professional path. Attendees of this keynote will hear about 10 of those actions, some surprisingly easy to implement, and how to use them to accelerate their own careers while positioning themselves for each step of their professional journey.
This video highlights a conference of High Impact Women with JJ DiGeronimo where she shares Proven & Practical Leadership Strategies to effectively prioritize, align future decisions to achieve their individualized goals. Testimonials: JJ is a terrific speaker! Women in particular can really relate to what she is saying as she draws on her experiences and observations. -Sarah Vojtek, Manager of KNOW (Knowledgeable Network of Women) Thank you for the wonderful presentation today at the KNOW luncheon – I’m working on creating a better work / life balance for 2013! – Jill Patterson JJ is the Founder and CEO of Purposeful Woman and Tech Savvy Women. She is the author of the highly sought-after books for women, “The Working Woman’s GPS”, and “Before You Say Yes” (e-book). She also co-authored, “The Confident Woman, Tapping into Your Inner Power”. She’s a global spokesperson for women leaders, women in technology, women entrepreneurs and young women in Science Technology Engineering and Math (S.T.E.M.).
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