Truly Human – Keeping A Complete Sense of Self In Our Digitally-Enabled Workplaces
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Truly Human – Keeping A Complete Sense of Self In Our Digitally-Enabled Workplaces

Chicago Chapter Students! Join us on Saturday, March 23rd

3/23/2019
When: Sat, Mar 23, 2019
9:00 - 12:30pm
Where: Accenture
161 N Clark
Check in the Front Desk
Chicago, Illinois  60601
United States
Contact: Henry R Montoya


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Chicago Student Event

Truly Human – Keeping A Complete Sense of Self In Our Digitally-Enabled Workplaces

We work at a digitally-enabled, relentless pace, which can disrupt our ability to sleep enough, eat right, exercise, spend time with the people that matter most, and protect who we truly are. Accenture in collaboration with the Association of Latino Professionals for America, will present an interactive workshop to help students understand how they can give 100% at work while taking care of their total selves – body, mind, heart and soul. Speakers will share deep and personal experiences of being truly human in the workplace, particularly in the context of persons of color within Corporate America, and how they have succeeded at work and at life.

Attire: Casual

Event Type: Student Workshop

Speakers:

Edgar Vazquez (Technology, Senior Analyst) - Edgar is a Technology Senior Analyst from Chicago who has been at Accenture for almost 3 years. A Northwestern University alumnus, his first project at was on a healthcare client in a data analysis role and currently works on automation efforts for Accenture’s Video Conferencing team. Some of Edgar’s interests include playing soccer, riding his motorcycle, and drawing

 

Juan Alvarez (Operations, Senior Manager) - Juan is an executive in Accenture and has over 2 decades worth of experience working in a variety of roles in IT.  Currently, Juan is focusing on using DevOps principles and Cloud-Native technologies to transform the way Accenture Delivers software.  Juan is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin – Madison with a B.S. degree in Mathematics.

 

Adriana Robles (Technology, Senior Analyst) - Adriana is Technology Senior Analyst from Chicago. After graduating with a Bachelor Business Administration (B.B.A) from Loyola University Chicago she joined Accenture in 2017. She worked on a Global Infrastructure Services project as a Vendor Manager. Currently, she  is part of a Healthcare project where she is helping lead Product Implementation and Gap Analysis efforts.

 

David Candelario (Digital, Senior Analyst) - David is a Consulting Senior Analyst based out of Chicago. He was born in Puerto Rico and moved shortly after graduating with a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez (UPRM). In his tenure with Accenture he has done primarily project management work focusing on project financials, resource management, governance, and change management.

Agenda

9:00a.m. - 9:45 a.m.

Check-In & Networking

9:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Presentations

11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Networking

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