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Results oriented professional IT Audit professional with 12 years experience auditing of IT controls and operations. Proficient in auditing information systems, security, policy and procedural compliance. Strong background in the Sarbanes-Oxley IT processes controls testing cycle: risks, controls and testing. Direct experience with assessing the risks and controls for applications and operating systems, from the perspective of IT management to implementation. Currently interested and immersing myself in cybersecurity policy and incident response from the audit focus. Knowledgeable on IT audits of network controls, VoIP, and SDLC, DR and BC, Oracle security and SAP. Well versed on Social Media risks, controls, and operating process for an organization.
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An NJ ISACA Past President, Board Director of the ISACA New Jersey Chapter from 2006 to 2015. Yolanda initiated and/or provided concerted effort to many initiatives such as strategic planning, Board Development, social media, and collaboration tools.
She is an 8 year NJ Infragard member, and 1 year OWASP member. She is a member of the Steering Committee for the New York Metro Joint Cyber Security Conference aligned with the NCSAM.
Specialties: IT Audit, Non-Profit Chapter Administration, Corp Liaison & Social Media
Yai Vargas: National Latino Marketing Manager for New York Life: Charged with implementing strategic marketing initiatives for sales and recruiting. Currently traveling to 40 cities around the US where I work with local marketing and recruiting managers to drive local initiatives promoting financial literacy and planning for the Latino community.
Self-proclaimed Linkedin Ninja and founder of Latinista, a Meetup group where I bring together professional Latinas who have an interest in professional development and networking – Currently managing 3 chapters: New York, Seattle and Miami.
Available for speaking engagements, moderator and panelist. Yaindhy@Gmail.com
Yes, Virginia there are stupid questions and networking faux paus!!
This week on The Networking Diva Hour, hear some of this important information when your networking and some really stupid questions people ask!! How do your Social Skills measure up? Also hear ways to amp up your personality.
My co-host this week is Doug Kelley who will discuss Networking 101 and how to better your experience. Doug is a expert on Networking and has spent 28 years as a professional beggar ( in the non-profit industry), raising or directing the raising of $200 Million for institutions Nationwide!!
Log into the link below during the LIVE show on Friday 3/6/15 or call with your questions to 646-478-3651
Isadora Badi is a global marketing professional specializing in marketing strategy and brand management. Over 10 years of experience creating marketing processes and systems to deliver global ad campaigns, promotions, email, social media, e-commerce programs and digital branding. Expert in leading multicultural and cross-functional teams in the implementation of marketing programs. Fluent in translating research and business needs into brand positioning and brand portfolio strategy.
This week on #TheNetworkingDivaHour, we will discuss building a plan for Leadership. Why do you need a plan for building leadership? When do you need to do this? How do you go about building a plan for leadership? All these questions will be answered this Friday on the show. We have quotes from the Community Tool Box, and expert advice from my guest host.
Susan McGovern is a Certified Professional Coach and Energy Leadership Index Master Practitioner who specializes in helping Solopreneurs grow the business of their dreams. She specializes in unleashing the hidden gifts inherent in high potential performers resulting in powerful momentum shifts; catapulting careers and earnings. As the owner of Corner Office Coaching, Susan is helping entrepreneurs in Colorado Springs recognize and fulfill potential they never dreamed they possessed and grow their businesses beyond their wildest expectation.
Check her out @ http://www.cornerofficecoaching.com/
Conversations with Deli with your host Verdel Jones, talks to Alaina G. Levine about tips for networking for new college graduates. If you're a recent college graduate you might be focused on filling out job applications, but Alaina G. Levine reminds you not to neglect good old-fashioned networking. She explains why this technique might just be what lands you your dream job(s). Alaina G. Levine is a prolific speaker, writer, consultant and teacher.
"Of all the tools in your job-search toolbox, networking should be at the very top of your to-do list," says Levine, author of Networking for Nerds: Find, Access and Land Hidden Game-Changing Career Opportunities Everywhere (www.alainalevine.com). "Networking is so critically important because it gives you access to jobs and other career-advancing opportunities that are not always advertised. As many as 90 percent of jobs are 'hidden' and are obtained solely through networking." Levine explains that networking makes you known to decision-makers who, once they recognize your value, can engage you as an employee. Not only will these individuals think of you first for an opening on their team; they may even create a job specifically for you.
Have you ever wondered why some networkers are phenomenally successful and other struggle to even get one referral? Why is it that many are attracted to a few seemingly special networkers and others are shunned? Could it be that there is a secret that these few super networkers know that others do not? Part one of this serices shows the relationship between face to face and online social networking. In this second episode of “Best Practices of Social Networking Secrets”,we will cover what those super networkers know - the secrets that make these super networkers magnetic. The secret that brings them followers and referrals far beyond the average business Networker. The secret of Giving! "Giving you say?" It can’t be that simple. Well, I didn’t say it was simple or even easy, but yes, the science and art of Giving is the Secret. In part three of this series, we will explore the secret that demonstrates that there is no substitute for proactive participation. today however we will be exploring the Law of Reciprocity, how giving is the Secret that makes Super Networkers Magnetic. So tune in and turn on to this weeks episode of Working The Web to Win as we explove the Secrets of social Networking by Giving!
When your at a networking function or social event, are people naturally drawn to you or do you unknowingly push then away?? Have you ever told a story about a successful business encounter that ended like this: "I am sorry I do not have a business card with me!!!!!!" You need to hear this weeks episode of The Networking Diva Hour on Maximizing Your Networking. Hear these top 10 tips right out of the book " The Power of Approachability". with a twist of course..
Also starting this week is the summer series on know your Community and how it effects you!!
My guest this week is Morgan Mote, Assistant Executive Director with C/S Teen Court.
C/S Teen Court is a unique and highly successful approach to juvenile crime. This independent non-profit program provides an alternative to the regular Municipal Court sentencing for first-time misdemeanor offenses committed by young people between 10 and 18 years of age. The purpose of Teen Court is to hold youth offenders accountable for their actions and to assist them in making better life choices through relevant sentencing options.
Check them out @www.springsteencourt.org
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If you're lacking the tools and skills to succeed in networking this show is for you. Soy interviews Richard Hardon and he gives power to the word networking. Richard says "if you're under earning, it's not what you do, it's who you know." Your network is your net worth. After hearing this show you will make meaningful connections. This power builder says, "Networking should be building something and not just doing something". Guest: Richard Hardon, Business and Success, Powerbuilders Team, http://www.richard-hardon.com (REBROADCASTED)
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
Cindy's off this week & I speak with PGA/LPGA Professional – Michele Trimarche.
Here's a little about Michele:
Michele Trimarche is a PGA/LPGA teaching professional at Alpine Country Club in Demarest, N.J. Michele has been selected among the Top 50 Teachers in the country by Golf for Women Magazine. Top 100 Teachers in the Northeast by Golf Magazine. USKG Top 50 Kids Teachers in the country- Honorable Mention. Michele is a Certified Yoga Teacher, Yoga for Golf Teacher, U.S. Kids Golf Certified Instructor and a Titleist Performance Institute Certified Golf/Fitness Professional.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday mornings 9-10AM Eastern at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
Join author, blogger and coach to women in business Sharon Michaels as she shares her favorite networking success tips. It's all about building win-win trustworthy relationships. Wouldn't you agree that in this fast paced and often impersonal business world, solid and dependable relationships are one of the best career-building tools? It's all about Women Enjoying Success!
Sharon shows you how to do business successfully! Sharon has been a woman in business for over 25 years - she is a coach to entrepreneurial women, author of empowering books for women, radio host and executive producer of not only this radio show but also Entrepreneurial Women Radio. Sharon's mission is to empower women to greater personal and professional success.
You'll want to purchase your copy of Sharon's Paperback and Kindle book, 21 Days to Living Your Dreams available on Amazon.com.
AND the paperback and Kindle - 31 Days to Growing Your Network Marketing Business on Amazon.com
Read Sharon's blog - http://WomenWhoWantToSuccessfullyWorkForThemselves.com
Disclaimer: I am the author of the paperback and Kindle ebooks - if you purchase the books through this link, I will receive a commission.
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