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You've made it through college and locked down a full-time job. Now you're looking to get the most out of being an association member. Hear from young leaders who have stepped up to lead locally and nationally. AAJA-Seattle President Sona Patel, AAJA-Seattle VP-Events Lauren Rabaino and Asian American Small-Market Broadcast Journalists Co-Chair Archith Seshadri will offer tips and advice. (Tweet Q's in advance with hashtag #AAJAstepup.)
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) will hold elections for the positions of President, Vice President for Broadcast and Treasurer. Candidates elected to these volunteer positions begin their two-year terms on January 1, 2013. For this forum, AAJA members get to meet the candidates for president: Paul Cheung and Janet H. Cho. The second forum with the candidates for vice president for broadcast and treasurer is Wednesday, May 23, noon PDST. Click here for candidate s
The Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) will hold elections for the positions of President, Vice President for Broadcast and Treasurer. Candidates elected to these volunteer positions begin their two-year terms on January 1, 2013. AAJA members get to meet the remaining candidates for vice president for broadcast and treasurer: Niala K. Boodhoo and Gautham V. Nagesh, respectively. Audio archive of the May 16 Meet the Candidates for President forum will be posted soon.
Michael V. Franchell, Executive Director, Community Based Business Incubator Center, will discuss how the Value Innovation Works (VIW) business development process is being implemented to accelerate growth in Upstate New York.
Michael says, "Delighted to forward discussion of innovation on the Global Product Management Talk. I'm excited to share about how we're applying the ideation process and Value Innovation Works to accelerate economic development in all size businesses in Upstate New York."
Drink Jin+Ja is an adventurous health and wellness drink created by CEO of Canada Enterprises, Reuben Canada. Learn about his journey from lawyer to Incubator of the Year and finalist for sofi's Oustanding Cold Beverage of the Year 2013 http://drinkjinja.com
Barbara Birungi She is the Director of Hive Colab in Uganda an innovation hub, business accelerator and incubator for East African technology Startups and whose mission is to build local tech capacity in East Africa for technologists and media arts. she is also the founder of WITU (women in Technology Uganda) an Organization that seeks to encourage, inspire and train more women in the tech field through networking, training, mentoring and partnering so as to increase the number of women in tech, the number of tech women entrepreneurs and more girls to take science courses at university so as to reduce the gender gap and compete favorably with male counterparts for jobs and improve the livelihoods of women in Uganda.
Business incubators started to flourish in the mid to late nineties along with the hi-tech boom. Not surprisely, many believe incubators primarily serve the hi-tech industry but in fact, there are many niche incubators and others that work with a wide range of businesses...and their success rate is pretty high!Justin interviews Paula Connelly, Program Manager and Director of the Women's Business Center at the Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center, and Sharon Miller, the CEO of the Center sinc
We are going to talk about the Do's and Dont's of python egg care. I recently had a female carpet python that became egg bound and Owen and I will walk you through what you can do to help your girl. We will also talk about setting up the incubator, setting up the eggs and what to look for as they incubate them so that you have a sucessful hatch.
Pilots N Paws. Doesn't that just have an awesome ring to it?
It gets even better. Pilots N Paws is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects volunteer pilots with shelter animals needing transport to forever homes across the country. While Pilots N Paws doesn't organize or arrange these transports, it does provide a common forum online for those involved to schedule and arrange flights, overnight foster care or shelter, and other related activites. The organization is officially based in Landrum, South Carolina, but has volunteers nationwide.
ABOUT KATHLEEN QUINN Kathleen Quinn is executive director for Pilots N Paws. She has been volunteering with the organization since its launch in February 2008. In her new staff role, she will design, develop and implement strategic plans to grow Pilots N Paws, which includes a focus on fundraising and social media.
A 2008 graduate of Miami University, Kathleen earned degrees in business, entrepreneurship, and American studies. She graduated from Georgetown University with a master's degree in journalism. While in D.C., Kathleen also served as a congressional intern.
As a child, Kathleen had aspirations of one day becoming a veterinarian. "Although we lived in the suburbs, growing up, our house resembled a mini petting zoo. Amongst the critters were gerbils, dogs, a cat, box turtles, a salamander, a hermit crab, even chicks we hatched from an incubator. Across the street from was the Metropark animal nature center, so I was always rescuing wounded wildlife and takem them across the street to be rehabilitated."
Lynn Serafinn, MAED, CPCC is listed in the top 20 of the best 100 marketing authors on Twitter by Social Media Magazine. She is founder of The 7 Graces Project, Humanity 1 Press, a best- selling author, award winning social media expert and speaker. In her work as a promotional manager, she has produced a long list of prestigious best-selling authors in the mind-body-spirit platform, and her marketing campaigns and online broadcasts have reached millions around the planet.
Lynn is committed to establishing a new paradigm for business and society in general – one which promotes ethical, community focused entrepreneurs and clients. This new social enterprise aims to provide an educational alternative, business incubator and mentorship scheme for this new generation of leaders.
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Lynn is a dual citizen of the United States and Great Britain, but considers herself to be a citizen of the world.
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In the midst of grieving his mother’s death Scott Smith made agonizing, costly, and time-consuming mistakes regarding the execution of her will and division of her assets. If he, a lawyer, was ill-equipped to handle the hundreds of unanticipated and inescapable details, how was the average person to manage?
WHEN SOMEONE DIES provides a useful framework for everything from making funeral arrangements to handling organ donation to closing Facebook accounts..It answers many of the practical financial questions that pop up in the midst of grieving.
Scott Smith is a partner in Viant Capital, a San Francisco-based boutique investment bank and tech business incubator. When Someone Dies is his first book.