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2018 December Career Management: Job Search Strategy Panel – Redefining Yourself
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When: Tuesday, December 4, 2018
5:30 PM
Where: Stony Brook Office Park
130 Turner St, Building #3
1st Floor, Lower Level-Cafeteria
Waltham, Massachusetts 
United States
Presenter: Beth Kurth to Moderate
Contact: Makenzie Howard
978-674-6204


Online registration is available until: 12/4/2018
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Redefining Yourself; Redirecting Your Career

 

While common wisdom has it that it's always easiest to transition into a similar role, sometimes it is more opportunistic to redirect your career into a new type of role.  This may mean redefining your skills by taking a wide-angle look and then shifting the close-in focus.  For example, from small company leader to large company contributor; or vice versa, from large company contributor to small company lead.  Join us for a panel discussion on taking a different lens to your expertise, with with one of your goals to focus on making a difference in your career transition. 

 

MODERATOR

 

Beth Kurth, Partner, Conway Communications
This panel will be moderated by Beth Kurth, Partner,  Conway Communications, a strategic communications firm focused on Investor Relations and Financial Public Relations.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PANEL

 

Peter Brau - Vice President Finance, edX
Peter Brau holds the role of Vice President Finance at edX.  Founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012, edX is an online learning destination and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC) provider, offering high-quality courses from the world's best universities and institutions to learners everywhere.  With more than 130 global partners, edX is proud to count the world's leading universities, nonprofits and institutions as members.

Peter has more than 20 years of reinvention under his belt moving from nascent start-up, to a PE backed hyper-growth firm, a stint with the largest non-university/hospital non-profit in New England and now a hybrid service as a platform non-profit.  Bringing inquisitiveness to each opportunity and taking both the good and bad from each role and place to inform where he is going next.  He has enjoyed playing with career moves and has moved in and out of industries and career paths including higher education.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Peter S. Rockett, MBA - Senior Project Manager, Wolf & Company, P.C.
Peter serves as a Senior Project Manager, at Wolf & Company, P.C., providing financial, technological, and operational advice. There, Peter has led the Strategic Planning process, is a member of the Real Estate Committee and has spearheaded critical technology conversion projects. Wolf & Company, P.C., at #94, is the largest MA-headquartered accounting firm in the top 100 largest accounting firms in the U.S. 
 
Wolf & Company, P.C., consistently honored as a “Best Places to Work”, has been providing unparalleled guidance to their clients for over 100 years. The firm employs over 250 auditors, accountants, tax specialists, cybersecurity and IT consultants.  With offices located in Boston and Springfield, MA, Albany, NY and Livingston, NJ, Wolf professionals provide outstanding service and advice to: financial institutions, investment advisors, emerging growth software and technology companies, privately-held and public companies, high net worth individuals and their businesses, manufacturing and retailers. 
 
Prior to joining Wolf, Peter was Vice President of Finance and Administration for the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce for 12 years, provided consultative services to the CFO at the Museum of Fine Arts, and was CFO/COO for Eze Castle Integration, a global outsourced IT provider for the hedge fund industry. In 2015, Peter was recognized by the Boston Business Journal with their CFO of the Year Award.

 

Roseann Colot, CFA -  Director, Back Bay Neighborhood Association
From public to non-profit, consulting to manufacturing, Roseann Colot has extensive experience across industries and types of organizations in corporate finance, cash and investment management, debt and financial strategy. Roseann runs a small non-profit in Boston. She is the former Treasurer of Skyworks Solutions, a public semiconductor company in Woburn, MA. Prior to that, she spent two years as a consultant to a large Boston investment management firm. Roseann started her professional career at Arthur D. Little, the international management consulting firm, where she held a variety of finance and accounting positions, eventually attaining partner level.
 
Roseann Colot, CFA, graduated from Boston University with a BSBA, concentrating in Finance, and also received her MBA from BU. She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.  She is a member of CFA Society Boston and the CFA Institute.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Todd Spencer, Vice President Finance, The Providence Center
Todd is an operations-focused finance and financial planning executive known for working beyond the numbers by partnering with business managers and C-suite executives in mid-market and Fortune 100 companies to understand, plan, and achieve profitable growth.
 
Todd is currently Vice President of Finance at The Providence Center, a nonprofit behavioral health organization treating adults and children affected by psychiatric illnesses, emotional problems, and addictions by providing treatment and supportive services within a community setting.
 
Past roles have included finance executive roles at Apria Healthcare (home healthcare products), AmerisourceBergen Corp. (pharmaceutical distribution), UnitedHealth Group (consumer health plan), as well as project consulting roles including Boston Medical Center.

 

Todd earned his M.B.A from the University of California, Irvine and his B.A. in Business-Economics from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a native of Southern California, and after almost five years living in New England, he and his wife are still excited by the change in seasons and the ability to explore local history and culture.


 

 

AGENDA

5:30PM-6:15PM Welcome and Dinner

6:15PM -7:30PM Presentation

7:30PM-8:00PM Wrap Up 

 
 
CREDIT INFORMATION

This meeting qualifies for one 1.5 CPE credits. (Pending approval)

 

Field of study: TBD

Prerequisites: There are no prerequisites for this meeting. 

Advance preparation: There is no advance preparation require for this meeting but we recommend watching the video linked above.

Type of delivery method: Group-Live

 

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