Networking – Women in Computing on 5/10/16

What’s “Girl” Got to Do with IT?

May 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

 

Cathy Coloff

Cathy Coloff

 

Forget “Where the Boys Are” – join AWC-NNJ to meet Cathy Coloff and hear the story of her professional life that has given her the opportunity to stand out as a woman in a traditionally man’s technology world. AWC-NNJ invites you to the ITRadix Facility in Whippany for an exciting presentation and interview with Cathy Coloff, Founder of IT Radix, LLC.

Join us for a fun night of networking, learning, and discussion!

6:00pm – Networking
6:30pm – Light Catered Dinner
8:00pm – Presentation and Q&A

Cost: $10 for members/students and $15 for non-members. Light Catered Dinner will be included. Checks should be made out to “AWC-NNJ”. Please let us know when you RSVP if you prefer a vegetarian dinner.

Come and learn about our programs and no-cost workshops for 2015-2016 year, and sign-up for AWC-NNJ Chapter membership for $50.00.

Cathy Coloff has 25+ years of experience in network systems with particular emphasis on local area networking and business applications. With extensive corporate experience at Exxon and Bear Stearns, Cathy works with IT Radix customers to develop their IT best practices without the big corporate price.

Cathy founded IT Radix, LLC, in the fall of 2008, realizing the growing need for small-to-medium sized businesses to stay abreast of ever-changing technology. Cathy is the trusted IT advisor to many growing businesses in northern New Jersey, bringing commitment, relationships and even some fun to what some may view as a serious industry. “IT can be a dry topic for many, but I think it’s exciting to see how the latest and greatest technology can help a business to prosper and exceed their expectations.”

Cathy has worked in the IT industry for 20+ years, working at Exxon, Bear Stearns, IBM Interactive and Veraciti. Cathy has an M.S. in Management of Technology from Stevens Institute of Technology as well as a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Duke University. While Cathy doesn’t remember much about electrical engineering, she does remember how to solve problems and look at things from different perspectives. Most importantly—never stop learning!

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