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  • 2015 Career Enhancement Forum Program
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Women of InfoComm Networking Breakfast
June 18,2015

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Women in CE Forum
June 23,2015

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Early Bird Pricing Ends May 15

Doors Open and Networking Breakfast
Rubin Museum
10:00 a.m.

Networking Reception Wraps Up the Day
5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

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Sponsorship Opportunities Available
Please Contact
Carol Campbell
or 323.871.1990


Don't Miss Women in CE's Fourth Annual Forum: Find Your Voice, Own Your Career

Scheduled for Tuesday, June 23, the forum serves up a full day of sessions, topics, workshops, and keynote speakers that relate to career enhancement for all corporate, small business, and entrepreneurial women pursuing a career in consumer electronics.



Jessica Rosenworcel, FCC Commissioner
Jessica was nominated for a seat on the Federal Communications Commission by President Barack Obama, and on May 7, 2012, was confirmed unanimously by the United States Senate. She was sworn into office on May 11, 2012.


SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Fireside Chat — Confidence Trumps Competence

Listen in on this great presentation by two dynamic women as they discuss that it's not what you know, it's how you convey what you know. Learn how you may be sabotaging your own success without realizing it, and how it's important to be aware of how you naturally communicate differently from men. Discover ways to present a stronger, more powerful image at work and in the marketplace.

Diane DiResta, DiResta Communications, Inc., Founder and CEO
DiResta is a New York City consultancy serving business leaders who deliver high-stakes communications.

Andrea Smith, Journalist
Andrea Smith is an award-winning news and technology journalist with over two decades covering consumer technology.



SPECIAL PRESENTATION: Got Your Attention? How to Create Intrigue and Connect with Anyone

Did you know GOLDFISH have longer attention spans than humans? Nine seconds to our eight, according to Harvard Business School Professor Nancy Koehn. Sam Horn, author of "POP!," introduces her new book "Got Your Attention?" that sends a bold message — being intrigued in others makes us intriguing to others. Sam shares her secret sauce for creating mutual intrigue, and for turning frustrating, waste-of-time, one-way interactions into productive, mutually rewarding, two-way connections that get results.


You won't want to miss the closing presentation, "If She Can See It, She Can Be It - Changing the Status Quo," by Madeline Di Nonno.

Be Inspired at the Women of InfoComm Networking Breakfast

Thursday, June 18
7:30 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
Orange County Convention Center
Room W414AB

The Women of InfoComm Network Council was established to build a global community of members and other professionals — women and men — committed to supporting and empowering women in the technology and AV industries. At InfoComm 2015, the group is hosting a breakfast to help women as they step into leadership positions, encourage them to seek the recognition they deserve, foster confidence and "career courage," and leverage their personal brand for professional gain. Sam Horn, founder of the Intrigue Agency, will deliver the keynote address, "Don't Just Lean in — Step Up to Create the Career You Want, Need, and Deserve." All attendees will receive a copy of Horn's book "Got Your Attention? How to Create Intrigue and Connect with Anyone." You don't need to be an InfoComm member to take part. Admission is $50 for members. To register, visit infocommshow.org.

Work / Life Balance, Is There Really Such A Thing?
By Nicole Mangina

April showers bring May flowers. April also brings spring break, baseball, and the peak of the real estate season. It's enough to make even the most organized feel stressed. How do you manage it all and keep some semblance of balance in your life?

Admittedly, I'm not a fan of the word balance when used in this way. I think it's misleading and sets us up for failure. Balance implies we get everything done. But let's call life what it really is: a series of decisions about getting the RIGHT things done.

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