Professional Development and Networking Mixer hosted by Microsoft with Communication Presentation by Preston Ni
Thursday, March 11, 2010 from 5:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PST)
Mountain View, CA
The local chapters of SHPE/NSBE/SWE/ONYX would like to invite you to a Professional Development and Networking Mixer on Thursday, March 11th. This event is being sponsored by Microsoft Silicon Valley.
Featured speaker Preston Ni (www.nipreston.com) will give a phenomenal presentation on “Communication Success with Four Personality Types”. Preston Ni is a professor, coach, trainer, and course designer in the areas of professional communication, cross-cultural understanding, interpersonal effectiveness, and organizational change. Come learn how to communicate more effectively for better professional growth.
Opening Keynote will be brought by Claudia Galvan, Principal Lead Program Manager for Microsoft. Claudia is currently leading the international versions of Windows Live Web Communications in the Microsoft Silicon Valley campus. She was the 2009 recipient of the Microsoft Women Empowerment award.
5:30 pm – 6: 15 pm Registration, Networking, and Refreshments
6:15 p.m. - 6:30 pm Opening Keynote Speaker - Claudia Galvan
6:30 pm – 7:00 pm Welcome by NSBE, SHPE, SWE, and ONYX
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm Presentation by Preston Ni “Communication Success with Four Personality Types”
8:30 pm – 9:00 pm More networking and close
Seats are limited, please register by Friday, March 5th.
Prior to the event, you will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from Microsoft to learn more about their SVC Campus. To find out more about the Microsoft SVC Campus, please go to
Parking Information can be found at the following link
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Society of Women Engineers - Santa Clara Valley Section (SWE-SCV)
SWE-SCV is dedicated to providing encouragement and support to both current, retired and future women engineers. Our professional development programs and leadership opportunities provide current and retired members the exposure to advice for industry experts and the opportunity to develop essential leadership skills in a friendly and supportive environment. To help promote the success of women joining our future engineering workforce, we have several long-standing community outreach programs that focus on middle school, high school and university women.