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ASIS Toronto 193: WIS Event - Work-Life Integration

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Work-life integration and tactics to help you succeed in this new normal.

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Work/Life balance has been difficult to navigate over the last year, but as a parent or someone who provides support (emotional or otherwise) to others it’s been even harder for some. How has your day-to-day changed? There are many ways we can see success in this normal so join please join your ASIS Women in Security Committee and Janet Fenner as she discusses the pitfalls and empowerment tactics we need to find within ourselves to evolve as individuals while we put our best foot forward in our workplace.

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  • 3:30 PM welcome
  • 3:40 PM Janet Fenner, Work-life integration and tactics (45 mins)
  • 4:20 PM Networking in smaller ‘virtual’ groups (20 mins)
  • Followed by closing remarks

About the speaker:

Janet Dabice Fenner has spent her entire marketing career in the professional security industry. She began her journey with personal identification products leading marketing departments for brands such as Brady ID, TemTec, StopWare, Identicard and others. Janet broke onto the physical marketing scene when she joined Samsung Techwin as their Marketing Director and helped escalate the company’s brand as a top tier market player. Her tenure at Samsung included the brand transformation from Samsung Techwin to Hanwha Techwin which has been heralded as one of the smoothest rebranding efforts in the industry’s history. She then elevated to Head of Marketing at Dahua Technology and later Director of Business Development. Later she was recruited to lead the efforts at ISS, an AI software player in the market. Driven by industry demand, Janet started her own marketing agency, Defined Marketing, helping companies within the security industry expand their marketing efforts.

Janet is an active supporter and advisory board member of Mission 500, a non-profit organization focused on the professional security community’s efforts to assist families in need across the U.S. She is on the board of directors of the Security Industry Association (SIA), chairs SIA’s membership and marketing committee, and is a founding member of the steering committee for SIA’s Women in Security Forum.

We will be using the Cisco WebEx platform for this event. Details will be emailed to all who registered the day before the event. Please ensure you mark your calendars in the meantime.

Thank you to our sponsor Stanley Security for this event.


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The ASIS International Toronto Chapter 193 is a volunteer-run local chapter of ASIS International (www.asisonline.org), a global community of security practitioners, each of whom has a role in the protection of assets - people, property, and/or information.

 

Our members represent virtually every industry in the public and private sectors, and organizations of all sizes. From entry-level managers to CSOs to CEOs, from security veterans to consultants and those transitioning from law enforcement or the military, the ASIS community is global and diverse. No other organization possesses the vast array of knowledge, expertise, and experience.

 

The Toronto Chapter conducts regular meetings and educational seminars that give members and guests alike an opportunity to network, learn and maintain certification credentials.

 

Visit our website at www.asistoronto.org to sign-up for our newsletter, look for job opportunities and contact the chapter's various volunteer committees.

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