“Top Risk Factors – Accounting, Insurance and Legal” in the commercial and government arena.
The commercial sector panel of experts included Suzanne Rotbert, Miles & Stockbridge, P.C., Jeremy Welsh, The Insurance Exchange, JoAnn Platt and Kate Fisher, E. Cohen and Company, CPAs
Member Exchange Meeting - Sept 14,2017 - New Transportation Technologies and the Impact on Infrastructure and Planning
The MCCC Member Exchange Meeting on Thursday, September 14, 2017 provided insights followed by a lively conversation on “New Transportation Technologies and the Impact on Infrastructure and Planning.” Dusty Rood moderated the panel of experts that included Samrat Valani, Director of Technology Strategy, Transurban, John Bowis, President, Chevy Chase Acura, Wes Guckert, President, The Traffic Group and Emil Wolanin, Deputy Director/COO, Montgomery County Department of Transportation.
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On July 27, 2017 MCCC Small Business Co-Chair Greg Knoop welcomed Donna Dominguez, Director, Government Contract Services Group, Aronson LLC to speak about “Turning Your Accounting System into an Asset for Winning and Conducting Business with the Federal Government.”
MCCC Small Business Co-Chair Greg Knoop welcomed Jeremy Williams, President and CEO, i3 Design and Consulting LLC to speak about Customer Retention Strategies.
Greg Knoop, MCCC Small Business Co-Chair introduced Patrick Johnson, Director of Procurement, Office of Procurement, Montgomery College. As the largest community college in Maryland, Montgomery College educates roughly 60,000 students and employs 2,500 faculty and staff.
Larry Gross, MCCC Small Business Co-Chair introduced Pete Strickland who is the Coach & Founder of Strickly Speaking. Pete has coached basketball for 31 years, spanning the professional, collegiate and high school ranks. He has mentored, tutored and been a positive example to countless student-athletes, their families, their friends and their associates. He demonstrated how an effective coach continually provides customer service as a leader and provided these valuable tips: listen before you speak, remember names, arrive early to meetings, step back and observe, and make promises you can keep. Most importantly, demonstrate that you are vested in their success, not your own.