National Society of Black Engineers

Welcome Public User!

Friday, Sept. 29, 2017, 10:15 – 11:30 a.m.

Let's face it! Bottom-line, big picture, "BURNOUT" is a given occupational hazard of living in today's world.  It's just the nature of the beast that this 24/7 technologically driven ecosystem calls for.  To make matters worse, having a career and being impassioned by S.T.E.M. related work has the added potential to take the frequency and magnitude of Burnout to "A-Whole-Nother-Level"! 

BUT (can the church say "BUT")! BUT, IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THAT WAY!!! 

The Good News is that when armed with intentionality, boundaries and a plan, burnout doesn't have to be your modus operandi.  We can still personally/professionally thrive, live well, love well and give well despite the demanding and dynamic nature of our industry.

During this workshop we will focus on:
     1.  Understanding the real (and sometimes not so obvious) impact of unbridled acute and
          chronic burnout 
     2.  How to identify causes and symptoms of early onset or full on burnout
     3.  Getting your Zen back:
         - Review strategies and routines to overcome burnout
         - Develop a personalized plan for maintaining balance

About the Presenter


Chandrea Brown is a solutions-oriented Information Technology professional with nearly 20 years of progressive experience in Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence. Her experience spans across a variety of industries including health care, manufacturing, retail and government. In her current role, Chandrea is able to incorporate her enthusiasm for data, innate curiosity and heart for people. She serves as the Technical Project Manager, Offshore Coordinator and Data Wrangler for Population Health | Health Equity related Analytics and Data Visualization initiatives for one of the Midwest's leading Academic Medical Centers.

Chandrea obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics from Florida A&M University and a Master of Science in Information Systems (with a concentration in Database Systems) from DePaul University.

Chandrea is an avid global traveler and explorer. Her travels have influenced her love of culinary cooking exchanges, dance, live music and (when time allows it) learning the art of improv comedy.

Chandrea also serves on the Advisory Board of Fertility for Colored Girls, Inc. (FFCG). FFCG is a non-profit organization that focuses on combating the stigma of infertility, providing related education, support, grants and giving hope to women and families of color who are experiencing infertility.


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