Special Encore Presentation: Let Your Voice Be Heard…Vote and Engage
October 28, 2014
Hosted by Kimberly Stewart
How do you feel about your representatives? When did you engage with your representative, whether voicing your opinion through a call or an email or going on the campaign trail. Or perhaps you voted. All of these are ways to engage. All of these are ways to let your representatives know how you feel and what you feel. What do you think about the Government Shutdown, how about the tax laws, or “Obamacare”? Or any other host of issues that our representatives are debating, voting and acting upon. What are your channels to express yourself and what will happen this year on election day. Kimberly Stewart will discuss these topics and more with her guests Emily Holubowich and Mary Jo Hoeksema with the countdown to Election Day on November 5, do you know who you are voting for and what they stand for on the issues important to you? Tune into Stepping Stones To Everyday Success. Let Your Voice Be Heard…Vote and Engage, 6PM ET and 3PM PT on Voice America Business Channel.
Stepping Stones to Everyday Success
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Stepping Stones to Everyday Success provides advice and guidance to the professional whether a team member, manager, or organizational leader on the stepping stones to everyday success. We tell stories, collaborate on tools and techniques, and share our experiences on realizing success and value every day. The show will evolve with you! We invite you to interact with us and participate in the program. The show will give you practical and straight forward tidbits and tools that you can mold and apply. From each show, our goal is for you to have at least one memorable tidbit that you can use in your everyday work life.
Kimberly Stewart founded Stepping Stone Consulting, LLC with the vision to apply her twenty plus years of information technology program management to small businesses and organizations helping them implement successful projects and sustain effective business processes. Ms. Stewart has worked with and for non-profits, private industry, and the Federal Government experiencing and navigating through a spectrum of organizational processes, politics, and hierarchy. Today, Ms. Stewart works directly with her Federal government and small business clients’ program managers to support them in their program executions. She has successfully implemented multi-million dollar IT systems that have been integral to the organizations’ supply chains, set-up program management offices that were key to receiving national award recognition, and consulted with small businesses and their program managers. The key tenets to Stepping Stone Consulting’s business philosophy are partnership, knowledge sharing, collaboration, and creative problem solving. Ms. Stewart is a member of the Program Management Institute, U.S. Women Chamber of Commerce, and National Association of Professional Women. In addition, Kimberly is an active community advocate being on the Associate Board of Directors for Wolf Trap Foundation, an avid supporter of Chesapeake Bay Foundation, and a Girl Scout Troop Leader.