REFRESH Virtual Chat: Wearing Multiple Hats w/ Tammy Lawson

Girl Develop It D.C.
Thu, Apr 16, 2020, 8:00 PM (EDT)

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REFRESH Virtual Chat Series
Life is unpredictable these days. Some of us have lost jobs. Some of us are struggling with health issues. Many of us are working at home. Many of us are juggling family and work on a daily basis while the schools are closed.

Sometimes, new situations push us to look for new opportunities. More people than ever before are looking into remote work opportunities and technology skills. If you’re thinking of changing things up by learning new tech skills, launching an online business, or even pivoting into a new role, come get inspired with our Refresh Series. Each session, we’ll take a moment to interview a leader in technology, and ask them about their role and how they got there.

These stories are meant to inspire, offer new insights into possibilities and hopefully bring a little sunshine and sisterhood into your days.
This session, we’ll ask Tammy Lawson , Customer Success/Data Analyst for Devensoft, about how she wear and manages so many roles in her career. We will also spend time learning how Tammy was driven to technology and the steps she went through to build her career. The session will be moderated by Brenda Jin. We’ll reserve time at the end for audience Q&A. Hope to see you there!

About our guest: Tammy Lawson is a Customer Success/Data Analysts for Devensoft, a Mergers and Acquisitions company, where she specializes in Customer Success Analytics. She has been in the information technology professional field for over 15 years. She has worked in a variety of roles including mobility scheduling, working in SharePoint, teaching, web development, and installing hardware. For three years, she has worked in the Service Desk environment with end-users on software and hardware needs installing specific software remotely, and maintain daily trends on tickets, and provide monthly training to co-workers. She is very active in the DC tech community where she has been a Chapter Leader for two years.