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Felicia Townsend Ivey
Felicia has been with New York Life Insurance Company for a little over a year. Ms. Ivey graduated from Notre Dame College of Ohio in 1992 with a bachelor’s of Arts degree in Business Administration. She has worked in the financial field for over 18 years. With the first 12 years working as an IT developer and business analyst for a national bank’s brokerage firm and the last four years as a business analyst for the bank’s retail banking firm.
Ms. Ivey is a member of Zion Chapel Missionary Baptist Church (Cleveland, Ohio) where she is an active servant of the youth ministry team, member of Cleveland Job Corps Community Relations Committee, Recording Treasurer for Caring Individuals Stepping out Against Breast Cancer, member of the African American Marketing Unit & Women’s Marketing Unit of New York Life.
Ms. Ivey focuses on enhancing the lives of her clients and helping them achieve their dreams by teaching basics financial principals, showing them how to protect their current assets, & grow their finances, provide personal caring service, and giving back to the community.
Ms. Ivey resides in Cleveland, Ohio with her husband Christopher Ivey. They have 1 son and 2 daughters.
Earlier this year, Blue Coat acquired Solera Networks, which is a leading provider of big data security intelligence and analytics for advanced threat protection.
Through the acquisition Blue Coat is now able to deliver an end-to-end security solution that includes protection, remediation and governance and gives agencies complete visibility into the content and context of advanced targeted attacks.
Today we are speaking with Doug Krueger, Vice President, Federal Area Sales, Blue Coat, about the acquisition and much more.
As part of an ongoing series, we have been interviewing Chris Larsen, Malware Research Team Leader at Blue Coat, on a number of topics including malware attacks and government. Today, we are speaking with Chris about his presentation from RSA 2013, which focused on log tracking an organization’s riskiest users to find the bad guys.
Blue Coat Systems is a sponsor of the upcoming Mobile Work Exchange Spring 2013 Town Hall Meeting.
John Yun, Director of Product Marketing at Blue Coat Systems, will be speaking NIST about the unique security risks and mitigation strategies that all government professionals must understand as more mobile devices are introduced into agency networks.
Today, we are speaking with John further about his presentation.
“We are family; nothing can tear us apart.” How often have we heard that line mentioned by our brothers, sisters, parents, cousins, aunts, or uncles? And how often is that line tested by the very people that swear nothing could tear your bond apart? If you have a close relationship with anyone, at some point it will be tested … and often it can be tested in the legal arena. Whether it is a will contest, a criminal proceeding, custody issues, or so on, families fight. And with the close relationship, the fight can get dirty. Who else knows your dark secrets but those closest to you? Join your hosts, Bryan Babcock and Seterria Brodnex, as they explore the most common instances where the family dynamic can be broken by litigation. Perhaps anticipating these problems in advance will help prevent the future breakdown of the family unit. Tune in; and be sure to invite your close relatives to the discussion as well. Consider this show an intervention on B.S.’s behalf.
Blue Coat recently issued a paper that identified the Top 5 recreational traffic disruptors – applications and content sites that employees access at work – that take up valuable WAN and Internet bandwidth, and disrupt the performance of mission critical enterprise applications. On uncontrolled enterprise networks, Blue Coat estimates between 30-60% of bandwidth is consumed by personal recreational use of applications. Today, we re speaking with Grant Asplund, Senior Technology Eva
Trials have been described as knife fights with ties. Two lawyers go into a courtroom; one emerges the winner, but both leave with severe battle scars and blood on their hands. That is the name of the game with litigation. The client wants a fight, and we lawyers are paid to deliver it. However, at what point is it more important for lawyers to be counselors rather than advocates? We wear both hats, and sometimes forget that we function as more than well-dressed, well-educated, thugs hired to carry out personal grudges. We are also the voice of reason when the client is so blinded by their own anger that they cannot see the simple solution to their problems before the knife fight begins.
Alternative Dispute Resolution refers to any means of settling disputes outside of litigation. This can range from a mere conference to negotiate issues, to a more formal arbitration, and all the possibilities in between. Join your hosts, Bryan Babcock and Seterria Brodnex, as they show you a whole new way to get the best results for your client BEFORE your day in court. Tune in.
Tonight’s show is going to cover a topic that piggy backs off a previous episode, "The Fine Print of Foreclosure." In that show, guest Latrice Latin told you that bankruptcy is one of the ways people can prevent a foreclosure of their home. The concept of bankruptcy intrigued the hosts, Bryan Babcock and Seterria Brodnex, who invited Attorney Latin back to the show to discuss bankruptcy more at a later date. That date has arrived.
Join your hosts and their guest as they provide a more in-depth presentation of the bankruptcy laws and processes available to citizens. Your hosts will also answer submitted listener questions on the topic. Tune in!
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