January 2014

Presenter:  Mary Lou Kessler

Location: Temecula City Library

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Start Date: January 16th., 2014
Start Time: 6:00 pm
Price: $ 20.00 – 25.00


Title: Finding Yourself in Transition

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Finding Yourself in Transition

Mary Lou has selected this relevant topic for anyone who is finding themselves in transition.  She will share some tips, many of which we already know, and perhaps, even some relatively new ideas.  In this economy businesses, both large and small, are doing whatever it takes to keep a float, and that can mean, at times, reducing their Human Capital.  Should you find yourself affected, do you know the steps to take to land your next position?  Let Mary Lou provide you with some guidelines.
Speaker Bio:
Mary Lou Kessler is a veteran of nearly 30 years in the Medical Device Industry, where she has held positions ranging from Global Regulatory Auditor to Manager of Quality Assurance with responsibilities for Quality personnel and integration/divestiture of Quality System elements.  Mary Lou has also done some independent consulting gigs for small companies working on their FDA approvals.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Science and a Master of Arts in Management and is ISO13485 Lead Auditor Trained and holds ASQ certifications in Quality Audit and Mechanical Inspection.  Prior to her long tenure in the Medical Device Industry, Mary Lou held management and individual contributor roles in the Food, Chemical and Consumer Products industries.  Mary Lou is the proud parent of two daughters, each of whom is embarking on their own career in the field of education as a tutor of  children or attending California State University San Marcos and majoring in Psychology.Mary Lou has selected this relevant topic for anyone who is finding themselves in transition.  She will share some tips, many of which we already know, and perhaps, even some relatively new ideas.  In this economy businesses, both large and small, are doing whatever it takes to keep a float, and that can mean, at times, reducing their Human Capital.  Should you find yourself affected, do you know the steps to take to land your next position?  Let Mary Lou provide you with some guidelines.
Speaker Bio:

Mary Lou Kessler is a veteran of nearly 30 years in the Medical Device Industry, where she has held positions ranging from Global Regulatory Auditor to Manager of Quality Assurance with responsibilities for Quality personnel and integration/divestiture of Quality System elements.  Mary Lou has also done some independent consulting gigs for small companies working on their FDA approvals.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Science and a Master of Arts in Management and is ISO13485 Lead Auditor Trained and holds ASQ certifications in Quality Audit and Mechanical Inspection.  Prior to her long tenure in the Medical Device Industry, Mary Lou held management and individual contributor roles in the Food, Chemical and Consumer Products industries.  Mary Lou is the proud parent of two daughters, each of whom is embarking on their own career in the field of education as a tutor of  children or attending California State University San Marcos and majoring in Psychology.
Abstract:

Mary Lou has selected this relevant topic for anyone who is finding themselves in transition.  She will share some tips, many of which we already know, and perhaps, even some relatively new ideas.  In this economy businesses, both large and small, are doing whatever it takes to keep a float, and that can mean, at times, reducing their Human Capital.  Should you find yourself affected, do you know the steps to take to land your next position?  Let Mary Lou provide you with some guidelines.

Speaker Bio:

Mary Lou Kessler is a veteran of nearly 30 years in the Medical Device Industry, where she has held positions ranging from Global Regulatory Auditor to Manager of Quality Assurance with responsibilities for Quality personnel and integration/divestiture of Quality System elements.  Mary Lou has also done some independent consulting gigs for small companies working on their FDA approvals.  She holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Science and a Master of Arts in Management and is ISO13485 Lead Auditor Trained and holds ASQ certifications in Quality Audit and Mechanical Inspection.  Prior to her long tenure in the Medical Device Industry, Mary Lou held management and individual contributor roles in the Food, Chemical and Consumer Products industries.  Mary Lou is the proud parent of two daughters, each of whom is embarking on their own career in the field of education as a tutor of  children or attending California State University San Marcos and majoring in Psychology.