Presenter: JJ DiGeronimo
With numerous milestones in tech and beyond, JJ felt discontent as she continued to strive for society’s definition of success. Exhausted and misaligned, JJ realized that her desire for impact was grander than her level of fulfillment.
Not sure where to realign, JJ met with a few career coaches and even a therapist. All pointing her toward an 8-week Mindfulness course. With moderate interest but a desire for more intention, she stuck with it supplementing her classes with books, videos and solo trips.
Four years later, JJ is writing about her findings, practice, and approach to living and working. This next book will include worksheets, videos, and insights based on her journey for women interested in digging deep, releasing the guilt, and aligning with what they know is true!
If you are a woman seeking more meaningful connections, more moments of joy, and more fulfilling activities, join us for this webinar. You will learn:
- How to know when you are ready for more alignment
- What resources you can look for in your area
- What permission is needed to get started
- Why a solo trip could be the best way to start
JJ DiGeronimo is an award-winning author who shares strategies to advance women in the workplace.
She began her career designing datacenter infrastructures for Fortune 500 companies after graduating with a computer information systems degree. She continued her high-tech career, positioning new technology solutions to CIOs, where she advanced into leadership positions within Silicon Valley-based technology companies.
As the creator of Tech Savvy Women and Together We Seek Retreats, JJ is recognized as a thought-leader for Women in Tech and Girls in STEM. JJ empowers professional women and consults senior executives on strategies to retain, advance, and attract Women in Technology. JJ is featured in many publications and TV shows, including Forbes, Fox Business, ITWorld, Career-Intelligence, and Rescue a CEO. She has shared her expertise with Amazon, Ingram Micro, RIT, Symantec, Jabra, KeyBank, Meaden & Moore, ForeScout, BMC, Discover, Raymond James, Grainger, UCB, and Rockwell Automation along with many other organizations.
JJ includes these experiences along with hours of research in her award-winning book “Accelerate Your Impact.” This book was recently recognized as a 2018 diversity book of the year and included in the 100 Top Business Books by Women, which complements her 2011 book, “The Working Woman’s GPS.”