How To Network Effectively- Conference Call/Webinar With Stacey Berry

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On this conference call, you will learn practical strategies to improve your networking skills. These strategies can help you expand your professional network, make a lasting first impression, increase your social media following or advance your career! Stacey has developed a system of networking that she has refined over the last 18 years by attending several events in Toronto and Washington DC, such as conferences, public policy forums, award galas, charity fundraisers, seminars, diplomatic events, political fundraisers, luncheons, business launches, some of which she was involved in organizing. This call is ideal for professionals, community leaders, students or entrepreneurs! Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be transferred to another person.

Meet Stacey Berry, Conference Call Host

Stacey Berry is the founder and CEO of Bstellar Consulting Group, which provides soft skills and community development workshops. Her company also provides consulting services in public relations & event management.

Stacey is very passionate about giving back to the community. She has designed and taught professional development seminars at Seneca College and facilitated workshops at United Way Toronto & York Region. She volunteered for the Heart and Stroke Foundation and interned as a Floor Director, for Rogers TV.

Stacey was appointed to the Toronto Board of Health in 2015. She is an Executive Reporter for Soulful Image Magazine, a contributor for Where Itz at Magazine, a mentor for Inspire North and is an activator with SheEo World.

Stacey completed a Graduate Degree in Public Policy Administration and Law and an Honours BA from York University. She also has a diploma in Legal Administration and a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Seneca College.

Stacey was awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Student Experience from York University Liberal Arts & Professional Studies; the Young Leaders Award from Endless Possibilities of Hope, and recognized as one of the 100 Accomplished Black Women In Canada. She was also recognized as one of the Top 100 Black Women to Watch in Canada; nominated by Women of Essence Global Awards and featured in Women of Influence. She currently works for the Federal Government as a Constituency Manager.

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