Speaker #1 Title: President and Founder
Speaker #1 Company: Dana Wells & Associates, Inc.
Speaker #1 Bio: Using her keep it real, no nonsense, get-it-done style, Dr. Dana Wells has transformed businesses and careers in multiple industry verticals, start-ups, and mergers and acquisitions for over 25 years. She partners with clients and uses her innovation, change management, and human capital expertise to co-create customizable, scalable, and sustainable solutions that solve complex business problems and deliver value-added results.
Event #1 Description/Presentation Abstract: Think Like An Entrepreneur: The Top 3 Ways to Use Your Personality as a Market Differentiator
In this interactive session, Dr. Wells will provide market-tested tips on how to sharpen your career search and stand out among the pack using your personality type.
Speaker #2 Name: Anthony Caridi
Speaker #2 Title: Director
Speaker #2 Company: Alex & Red
Speaker #2 Bio: Anthony Caridi is an ex-professional athlete turned entrepreneurial academic. He's spent the last decade studying business development, human capital, and influence. His doctoral research focuses on the power of influence and its impact on employee engagement.
Event #2: Description/Presentation Abstract: Influence
Anthony will share the tips, tricks, and tricolons necessary to persuade your way through any situation.
Speaker #3 Name: C. Susan Howes
Speaker #3 Title: VP Engineering
Speaker #3 Company: Subsurface Consultants & Associates LLC
Speaker #3 Bio: Susan Howes is VP Engineering at SCA, providing consultancy, recruitment and training services. Howes began her career with Anadarko, with engineering positions in Denver and Houston. She joined Chevron as Horizons Program Manager and moved into Reservoir Management. She received the SPE DeGolyer Distinguished Service Medal and is an SPE Honorary Member. Howes holds a BS degree in Petroleum Engineering from UT.
Event #3: Description/Presentation Abstract: Networking to Build Beneficial Relationships
Networking is often perceived as something you do in the beginning of your career, or when you’re conducting a job search. Learn why networking is a skillset we should continue to develop because it enhances innovation and increases reciprocity.