Thurs, August 17, 11:45am-1:00pm // Capital City Club, 201 Monroe Street
$18 members, $30 non-members, $15 students
We live in a changing economy. You can call it the gig economy; you can say it’s because of millennials; you can blame it on politics or technology or whatever, but the fact remains that work is different now.
Jason Lovoy, President of Infomedia, will give his tips on how to build your personal brand to stay relevant in a fast-changing environment.
About Jason Lovoy
Jason loves finding creative ways to solve client problems, and he’s always looking for ways to help clients use technology to get more done while building up the bottom line. Don’t ask this guy to read the manual; he believes technology should be intuitive, and you shouldn’t need to follow directions to get it right. This belief comes in handy when he’s demanding the best user experience for clients (not so much when putting together Ikea desks). To be happy, all Jason really needs is time with his family: wife, Shawndee, and kids Isaac, Juliette, James and Mary Rose — but a good cup of coffee and a cinnamon roll at Savage’s wouldn’t hurt.
Our special guest, James Belton, a past AAF Montgomery President, Silver Medal winner and AAF District 7’s first African American Governor, will be installing the 2017-2018 Board!