A mere year past a quarter century, this young professional has made major strides in her career in the field of technology. A graduate of the Keller Graduate School of Management and DeVry University, Stacey Greene has to her credit a Masters in Business Administration in Project Management and a B.Sc (Hons) in Computer Information Systems with a concentration on Database Management.
Straight out of college 2008, Stacey earned a position with Oracle, Inc, Provider of the world's most complete, open, and integrated business software and hardware systems, with more than 370,000 customers—including 100 of the Fortune 100—representing a variety of sizes and industries in more than 145 countries around the globe.*
There she worked as an Associate Software Engineer responsible for programming and managing website development for clinical trials of many of the world's Top 50 Pharmaceutical Brands and Companies.
In 2011 Ms Greene moved on to higher horizons, she found herself working yet again with a web development company focused on the health industry. The difference? Ms Greene is a Technology manager at this company. Where does Ms Greene work? Digitas Health, the company of choice for the world's leading pharmaceutical, bioscience, and medical device companies. Where there is a need to develop meaningful and valuable connections with healthcare consumers and professionals, Digitas Health is considered the premier choice.
Phenomenal. Added to this, Stacey Greene has been elected President of the Panorama Toastmasters of Philadelphia. Panorama Toastmasters is one of the official clubs of the Toastmasters International Organization. The International group provides researched manuals to students, professionals etc, to train and develop hands on skills as public speakers and business leaders. Through the individual yet connected training courses, persons are then provided with certifications in the area in which they have practiced. For example, the first certification – is Competent Communicator – to obtain this, a speaker needs to go through a series of 10 speeches in front of an official Toastmasters group. The highest certification in the organization is Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) – meaning one has seriously practiced and dedicated time to the skills of a leader and a public speaker.
With so much going on we asked Ms Greene what her future plans are and she responded:
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