Washington University in St. Louis
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CIO Panel

As a project manager, it's important to understand your CIO's expectations and deliver results efficiently. Effective communication, task prioritization, and high-quality work are key. Networking is also critical - building relationships can provide valuable insights, identify risks and opportunities, and enhance your professional reputation. Join us for this roundtable event to discuss strategies for meeting CIO expectations and networking best practices.

June 1, 2023
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Per session: $350

Roundtable Speakers:

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Jennifer Hopper
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Jennifer is a proven leader with a successful record in IT Management Consulting. Focused on business process strategy, project efficiency and establishing structure and organization. Deeply experienced in mentoring employees, developing teams, and leading local and international projects that span across multiple business and IT departments.

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Gary VonderHaar
Executive VP and GM of Payment Transaction Services 

Gary leads the strategic transition of the Processing business in North America to a successor platform. Provides end-to-end oversight and governance of the PTS NAM business including the execution of the product and engineering roadmaps, the management of the teams that operate and support the business, working with customer delivery teams. This year marks the beginning of a multi-year process to successfully migrate customers and decommission legacy platform components.

Roundtable Host:

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Jeff Villmer

Leadership Development Facilitator & Coach

Jeff is an inspirational people leader, problem-solver and change agent. He cultivates a high-trust environment where he creates challenging, real-time growth opportunities for emerging leaders – formal and informal. Jeff applies a high-touch, adaptive feedback approach based on the Hersey-Blanchard Situational Leadership® Model. Situational leadership is a practical, repeatable process leaders can employ to enhance their effectiveness when attempting to influence others.