Sunday, May 20, 2012

PMLL Episode 129 Passion and Communication (PMBestPractices)

Notes and Podcast info from the Conference Call:

Topic: Passion and Communication (PMBestPractices) founder and PM Best Practices host: Henry Will, PMP

Presenter: Julie Miserda, PMP

Date of Conference Call: 17Nov2011

Podcast Number: 0129

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Julie Miserda completed her undergraduate studies at Indiana University with a major in Finance/Marketing and a minor in Sociology. Julie obtained her MBA from the University of Tampa. After graduation she worked for Unisys as a Financial Analyst. For the past 22 years, Julie has been employed with IBM serving in several areas including: Sales, Marketing End User Support, Process Management, and Project Management.


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