Thursday, October 28, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Host: 
University of Maryland Alumni Association
Being intentional about developing a powerful Personal Brand is critical to accelerating career growth. Whether you are working in a corporate environment or are an entrepreneur, having a strong personal brand will improve your visibility, build your credibility and gain recognition, helping you stand out in a crowded marketplace.
 
During this workshop, you will:
 
Learn the fundamentals to develop a powerful Personal Brand
Identify what makes your Personal Brand unique
Craft your Personal Brand Statement
Learn how to activate your Personal Brand to create an impactful and memorable presence
Learn valuable tactics and strategies to continue to grow your Brand as your career progresses
 
About Your Facilitator: Ilhiana Rojas Saldana is an Executive & Career Transformation Strategy Coach, a DEI Consultant, a Bestselling Author, and an international motivational speaker. She has 20+ yrs of global executive experience in top Fortune 500 companies in Mexico and US headquarters, leading and coaching professionals and businesses into success. Ilhiana has coached leaders of all levels and has delivered impactful coaching programs to over 1000 professionals across multiple industries and sectors. She has been recognized by the NY Journal as one of the top 10 Inspiring women to watch in 2021 and has been featured on NBC, FOX, and CBS affiliates. In addition to coaching, Ilhiana serves in different Boards and organizations supporting diversity & inclusion efforts to empower women and the Hispanic Community. Ilhiana is an ICF and DISC PLUS Certified Coach and has a Diversity & Inclusion Certificate from Cornell University. Ilhiana graduated with honors as a Chemical Engineer in Mexico City and lives in Rhode Island with her husband and two kids.
 
Workshop Length: 3 Hours
 
 
 
 
Cost: 

This workshop is being provided to you for free by University of Maryland Alumni Association. Please use this code RILZ2MUAB

RSVP by: 
10/28
Contact: 

Ellie Geraghty, ellieg@umd.edu