Professional Development Day Sponsored by WiT
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This presentation gives people the opportunity to understand and take the appropriate actions to grow within their careers. Through practical examples and relevant tips, participants will learn several approaches they can begin to implement during the conference and beyond.

Ms. Dine has over 20 years of experience in Human Resources, working with business leaders at all levels in a variety of industries. Most recently she has worked with two global manufacturing companies as a talent strategist. She is a credentialed Professional Coach specializing in career and leadership development. Her experience helps her provide practical insight and operational wisdom to enable employees and organizations to achieve business goals. Additionally, Ms. Dine is certified to administer and interpret results of a range of formal assessment and feedback tools.

Mona will also be offering 1:1 coaching sessions on Monday, October 9th but reservations are only accepted on a first come, first serve basis.
  When a group of fighter pilots in Washington, D.C., were told a plane had struck the World Trade Center, they assumed it was an inexperienced pilot in a Cessna. But as the rest of 9/11 unfolded, the pilots realized it was their turn to act. Heather Penney was one of them, she was one of the first rookie female fighter pilots who signed up as soon as she heard the news that combat aviation was being opened to women. On the morning of September 11, she was first again, this time for a task involving a fourth hijacked plane on a course for Washington, and possibly others. Her mission: Find United Flight 93 – and destroy it however she could. But in a fighter jet absent of missiles and packed only with dummy ammunition from a recent training mission, there was only one way to do it. ‘We wouldn’t be shooting it down, we would be ramming the aircraft,’ Penney recalled, ‘I would essentially be a kamikaze pilot.' Come listen to Major Penney’s remarkable story of American patriotism, act of heroism – duty & honor.
 
Schedule & Agenda

12:00 - 01:30
Networking Lunch

02:00 - 03:00
Guest Speaker
Mona Dine, Pacesetter Coaching & Consulting

03:00 - 03:30
Refreshment Break & Networking Time

03:30 - 03:45
WiT Executive Committee Members – WiT Plans for 2018, How you can become engaged with WiT, in Your Communities & Schools, and learn about WiT Mission & Objectives

03:45 - 04:45
Guest Speaker, Major Heather Penney

 
Registration fee for Annual Professional Development Day:
$100/person for ITA Members; $150/person for Non Members.
 
 
Sponsored By:
 
The mission of WiT (Women in Titanium) is two-fold: To develop a networking group of collegial women presently in the titanium industry; and to promote, attract, and encourage high school and college women to enter the titanium industry. The Objective of WiT is to contribute to the growth of the overall titanium industry by providing mentoring, collegial and networking opportunities for women within the titanium industry and to take part in programs which advance gender equality in STEM fields for high school and college women.

While the purpose of the group is to encourage woman into this field of study/industry, WiT is non-discriminatory and encourages male participation at regional and annual events.
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