San Diego Women in Finance Announces the February 22, 2017 Meeting With Our Speaker Angie Swartz on “How Personal and Professional Goal Setting Improves Confidence”

group_of_womenDate: Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (discussion begins promptly at 6:00pm)
Location: TriNet Group, Inc.
4747 Executive Drive, Lobby Conference Room,  San Diego, CA 92121
Parking: No Host Parking/On Street Parking
RSVP: SanDiegoWIF@gmail.com

Angie Swartz, Executive Coach and Founder of Life Purpose Advisor, will speak to us about How Personal and Professional Goal Setting Improves Confidence.  Angie has been working with professionals on goal setting, strategic planning, leadership development and career progression for over 25 years.

In this fast paced, interactive talk, Angie will be sharing:

1) Goal setting success stories,
2) The foundations for why goal setting is so important to your confidence
3) Easy actions to take to help you set attainable goals that you will add more meaning and purpose to your life
4) Tools, apps and online resources to help you, and;
5) How personal goal setting positively impacts your work performance
About Angie Swartz

Angie Swartz is a Leadership Advisor.  She coaches and teaches on personal and professional leadership, goal setting, personal growth, emotional healing, life purpose, and conscious business. She is also a passionate speaker, podcast host, trainer and writer.   Angie is a Master Level Trained Spiritual Teacher and Spiritual Counselor, holds a Masters of Business Administration and is a Certified Public Accountant.

About Our Corporate Sponsors:

TriNet

TriNet provides small and midsize businesses with an HR solution so they can free themselves from the complexities of HR and focus on their goals. As their trusted HR business partner, TriNet assumes many of the responsibilities of being an employer and helps these companies contain HR costs, minimize employer-related risk, and relieve the administrative burden of HR. TriNet offers bundled HR products, along with additional cloud products and strategic services, resulting in a comprehensive and empowering solution

 Ledgent – Executive Search for Finance & Accounting

A business line of Roth Staffing Companies, L.P.

As a division of Roth Staffing, Ledgent remains the only staffing company ever to be ranked #1 on the Inc. 500, recognizing us as the fastest growing privately-held company in the United States over a 5 year period. We have won multiple awards based on our alignment with the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence. Today, we are one of the nation’s largest privately-held staffing companies with branches throughout the United States

 

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San Diego Women in Finance partnered with the Clairemont High School’s Academy of Business to help locate internships for their High School Seniors. Can your company sponsor a High School Senior?

businespeopleThe 12 grade student interns at Clairemont High School’s Academy of Business are qualified,
motivated young people who are required to do field internships as part of their business class credit. They are looking for companies and organizations who would like to host an intern and make a difference in a young life. Please go to the Clairemont High School’s Academy of Business website https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSckZQ99HDtYu-znJWEo814Bd-88-nRGj0iPcsbbwTUOrX2m0Q/viewformand fill out an application. E mail us at SanDiegoWIF@gmail.com if you have any further questions. Please let us know if you are able to help. Last year we had several companies who sponsored an intern and enjoyed their experience.
Intern Placement Details:
• Intern Request Form Application Window: January 10 – February 10, 2016
• Internship Duration: 10 weeks
• Intern Start Dates: Tue March 14 or Wed March 15, 2017
• Intern End Dates: Wed May 23 or Thurs May 24, 2017
• Intern Availability: Alternating Tuesday+Thursday one week and Wednesday+Friday the next (due to school schedule), leaving Clairemont High at 12:30 PM (but in class every Monday). Travel time to internship is dependent upon site location and transportation method.
• Intern Weekly Hours: Ideally interns will work 4-8 hours per week (AOB requires a minimum of 40 hrs total over the 10 weeks of the internship for an min average of 4 hrs per week)
• Transportation: Students drive or take bus. (MTS transit passes provided by AOB for students in need.)
• Liability: Workers’ Compensation covered by school district for all unpaid internships
• Evaluation: Interns monitored weekly by instructor, evaluated by site internship supervisor

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SDWIF would like to thank Ryan Ratcliff PH.D Professor at USD for his economic forecast for 2017 at our 5th annual economic forum

ryan2017Thank you for speaking at our economic forum for the last 3 years. Your presentation and forecast for 2017 on the global, national and San Diego economy was educational and insightful.  The feedbacks from the members were complementary such as they found your analysis/commentary on the economy informative.

In addition, we would also like to thank our corporate sponsors TriNetGroup Inc.- Katie Moresi , Ledgent Search Group, and QualStaff Resources for their support and generosity of this event.

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San Diego Women in Finance Announcing the January Monthly Meeting – Economic Outlook 2017

Businesswomen drinking coffee.

Speaker: Ryan Ratcliff                                                                       Date: Tuesday,  January 24, 2017
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm (discussion begins promptly at 6:00pm)
Location: TriNet Group Inc
4747 Executive Drive, Suite 260, San Diego, CA 92121-3091 Parking: No Host

RSVP: SanDiegoWIF@gmail.com

Join us for our annual economic outlook with our speaker Ryan Ratcliff, Associate Professor of Economics at USD, who will be discussing the global, national, California and San Diego Economies in 2016.

Ryan Ratcliff  is an Associate Professor of Economics, specializing in forecasting, macroeconomics, and financial economics. His research interests include the formation and updating of macroeconomic expectations, linkages between financial markets and the macroeconomy, state and regional economic forecasting, and the macroeconomic impact of housing cycles.

Prior to coming to USD, Professor Ratcliff spent three years at the renowned UCLA Anderson Forecast, where he was the primary author of the quarterly forecast for California, as well as numerous other reports on local economic forecasts and regional housing markets. He has also worked in market research and applications development at the Franklin-Templeton family of mutual funds, as a market analyst on the U.S. Treasury’s Mexico Task Force, and as a compliance researcher at the Frankfurt headquarters of Deutsche Bank.
About Our Corporate Sponsor:
TriNet – Strategic HR Outsourcing Business Partner

TriNet provides small and midsize businesses with an HR solution so they can free themselves from the complexities of HR and focus on their goals. As their trusted HR business partner, TriNet assumes many of the responsibilities of being an employer and helps these companies contain HR costs, minimize employer-related risk, and relieve the administrative burden of HR. TriNet offers bundled HR products, along with additional cloud products and strategic services, resulting in a comprehensive and empowering solution.

Ledgent
Executive Search for Finance & Accounting
A business line of Roth Staffing Companies, L.P.
Executive Search for Finance & Accounting
As a division of Roth Staffing, Ledgent remains the only staffing company ever to be ranked #1 on the Inc. 500.

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San Diego Women in Finance (SDWIF) Holiday Networking Happy Hour

businespeopleDate: Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Location: Farmer & The Seahorse

10996 Torreyana Rd , San Diego, CA 92121

Parking: Free

RSVP: SanDiegoWIF@gmail.com

Announcing the December Monthly Meeting of SDWIF. Come celebrate the holiday season with our networking happy hour at Farmers & Seahorse.

 

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SDWIF would like to thank our speaker, Money Bell SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP, on his presentation “What Can Finance do to Become a Better Strategic Partner with Human Resources”

monty

Monty’s lecture gave SDWIF practical advice for finance professionals on ways we can bridge the gap with human resources. On his agenda we covered the following: workplace today, metrics-HR & finance improving the bottom line, technology improves collaboration and relationship building. Effective collaboration between finance and human resources can have a significant positive impact on the bottom line. The attendees found the presentation full of helpful information.

In addition, we would also like to thank both our corporate sponsors, TriNetGroup Inc. and Katie Mores for their support and generosity of this event, as well as Ledgent A business line of Roth Staffing Companies, L.P.

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San Diego Women in Finance Announces the Nov. 17, 2016 Meeting With Our Speaker Monty Bell, SPHR-CA, SHRM-SCP on “What Can Finance do to Become a Better Strategic Partner with Human Resources”

group_of_womenDate:      Thursday, November 17, 2016

Time:     5:30pm – 7:00pm (lecture begins promptly at 6:00pm)

Location: TriNet Group Inc

4747 Executive Drive, Lobby Conference Room, San Diego, CA 92121

Parking:         Not hosted

RSVP:    SanDiegoWIF@gmail.com

About our Speaker:

Monty Bell has over 25 years’ experience with a broad background in Finance, Human Resources, Risk Management, IT, and Organizational Development. From Controller to CFO to Head of Human Resources, Monty brings a unique perspective to HR, Monty began his career in Accounting & Finance and decided after 13 years that his true passion was in Human Resources with an emphasis in Organizational Development.  While using analytics to drive key organizational changes through its people, Monty specializes in the Turnaround and Start up Space where challenging, fast paced environments is the norm.

Monty is currently the Head of Human Resources and Risk Management for CP Global. Recruited as part of the new Executive Team to strategically and tactically turnaround a 60 year old multistate group of companies with international sales channels dedicated to global sustainability through waste diversion solutions; Manufacturing, Electronic Recycling, Material Sales, and Residential Recycling with ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OSHAS 18001 certifications.

Accustomed to leading large teams in challenging circumstances, Monty serves as the Business Liaison for the County of San Diego’s Office of Emergency Services Operations Center during activations and if that is not enough, he also serves as an Instructor for the California’s Governor’s Office of Emergency Services and Sheriff’s Search and Rescue.

About Our Corporate Sponsors:

TriNet provides small and midsize businesses with an HR solution so they can free themselves from the complexities of HR and focus on their goals. As their trusted HR business partner, TriNet assumes many of the responsibilities of being an employer and helps these companies contain HR costs, minimize employer-related risk, and relieve the administrative burden of HR. TriNet offers bundled HR products, along with additional cloud products and strategic services, resulting in a comprehensive and empowering solution

 

Ledgent

Executive Search for Finance & Accounting

A business line of Roth Staffing Companies, L.P.

As a division of Roth Staffing, Ledgent remains the only staffing company ever to be ranked #1 on the Inc. 500, recognizing us as the fastest growing privately-held company in the United States over a 5 year period. We have won multiple awards based on our alignment with the Malcolm Baldrige Criteria for Performance Excellence. Today, we are one of the nation’s largest privately-held staffing companies with branches throughout the United States  

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