Virtual Roundtable - GeoWomen: Maintaining Connections in Changing Times
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Virtual Roundtable - GeoWomen: Maintaining Connections in Changing Times

7/28/2020
When: 7/28/2020
6:00 PM ET
Where: United States

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NSGIC & MAPPS Partner in FREE Virtual Roundtable
GeoWomen: Maintaining Connections in Changing Times
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Event: NSGIC & MAPPS Virtual Roundtable - GeoWomen: Maintaining Connections in Changing Times
Date: Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Time: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM EDT
This Roundtable is FREE and Open to All!
 
With many of our lives forever changed by the pandemic and confusing, conflicting news coming at us every day, it can be difficult to keep moving forward, maintain a positive outlook, stay connected, and focus on your success. However, there are great things happening every day: medical breakthroughs, new businesses, neighbors helping one another, emerging technologies, reduced emissions, and more. So why amidst chaos do we still see people accomplishing great things? The key is maintaining a positive mindset, focus, and connections.

Speaker Tonya Kauhi will share how a positive approach and professional connections are not only beneficial for your organization but also your career and ultimately identifying and following your passion.

Following Tonya’s presentation, we’ll break into small groups for true roundtable discussions to explore Tonya’s ideas in more depth, along with our individual perspectives. 

This program is open to all.
 
 
Guest Speaker
Tonya Kauhi, GIS Programs Manager for the Port of Tacoma, is a techno-optimist who uses GIS as her superpower to engage and educate the community, provide geospatial insights to help make better business decisions, and save the Port time and money. She has almost 20 years’ experience planning, coordinating, developing, implementing, integrating, and maintaining geographic information systems. Tonya specializes in data management, GIS architecture, improving workflows, and evangelizing GIS. She is also the leader and co-founder of Washington Women in GIS & Technology.

GeoWomen was organized to promote women’s leadership in GIS and attract more women into GIS careers. If you are unable to attend but would like to stay connected and get involved with GeoWomen, share your contact information with us and we’ll be in touch.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Harpinder Mann, NSGIC Communications Coordinator, at harpinder.mann@nsgic.org
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Forest Hill, MD 21050
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