Last month I shared a few lessons I learned during my time volunteering with IDUG. Although I could fill a book with all the things I've learned as a volunteer, I'll highlight just a few more takeaways that I think could benefit everyone interested in volunteering with IDUG.
The announcement of the new board of directors slate in the IDUG monthly newsletter reminds me that my presidential term is almost over.
It's overwhelming to even try to grasp all the things IDUG brought to my life over the years. I cannot imagine what the past 14 years would have looked like...
A new year always feels like a fresh clean slate. What are you looking forward to in 2019? My goals include: eat less, excercise more, sleep better, and have lots of fun. :)
For me, this year continues to bring significant changes. Just two weeks ago, I transitioned to a new job after 18 years of w
This is the note that comes with mixed feelings as it is the last one I write as IDUG’s president. It has been an extremely busy year that has absolutely flown by with much joy. I want to thank you, the IDUG community, for allowing me this opportunity to serve you.
The weeks are speeding by as we approach the IDUG DB2 Tech Conference in Phoenix. Personally, this event brings with it a lot of mixed feelings as it is time to see old friends but, will also end my year as IDUG’s president.