Dana Manciagli, Owner, DM Consulting
Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 1:50 p.m.
Library Seminar Room
Dana Manciagli, called “a combination of Jillian Michaels and Suze Orman for careers,” has been a corporate executive for more than 30 years and has leveraged her employee hiring and management experience into that of author, blogger, keynote speaker, career coach, and global career expert. She is the author of Cut the Crap, Get a Job! A New Job Search Process for a New Era.
Dana has had a remarkable career in global sales and marketing roles in Fortune 500 corporations. Recently retired from more than a decade’s tenure at Microsoft as worldwide sales general manager, Dana previously worked for Kodak as VP of worldwide marketing and climbed the corporate career ladder through Sea-Land, Avery Dennison, and IBM. She also helped grow a fast- growing technology start-up from early stage to IPO and sale of the company.
Dana has coached, interviewed, and hired thousands of job seekers. As a result, she has developed proprietary job search and networking processes. Her ideas and techniques are proven to be as effective for new college graduates as for senior executives. Dana has presented her concept at hundreds of career-centric and corporate events and is a prolific writer on the subject. She is a soughtafter speaker and a regular contributor to print and online publications, including her own weekly “Career Mojo” column in all of the national Business Journals.
Named a top “Women of Influence” in Seattle, Dana lives and works in Puget Sound where she serves on the Worldwide Board of Junior Achievement. She is a breast cancer conqueror, received her MBA at the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona, and speaks fluent Spanish. Dana shares her life with Mathis, is immensely proud of her two grown sons, Shane and Chad, and loves to golf and travel the world.
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