OKWIT | The Enlightened Professional Mentor Session: Tulsa
Providing a forum for women in technology in Oklahoma
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The Enlightened Professional Mentor Session: Tulsa

The Enlightened Professional Mentor Session: Tulsa

When:
April 11, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm America/Chicago Timezone
2019-04-11T11:00:00-05:00
2019-04-11T13:00:00-05:00
Where:
ol’Vine
3523 S. Peoria Ave.
Tulsa
OK 74105
Cost:
Free
  • Lunch provided
  • You must be an Advocate or OKWIT Contributing Executive to register. However, as one of these members – you may register for yourself plus one (your plus one does not have to be an OKWIT member).
  • Seating is limited to 15, so be sure to register early.
  • Use your MemberID to access tickets! You can find this after logging in to your member account here.

OKWIT’s Mentor Sessions are a great opportunity to meet with IT leaders in a small-group setting.

Let’s face it. Life is full and frenetic for a professional. While much is offered regarding life balance – and we all believe we need it – what is it we are truly striving for as human beings rather than human doings? Creating a professional life while maintaining oneself as a “whole” person can be challenging. The mentor will facilitate a discussion on personal tools to achieve one’s nirvana. These discussion topics may include creativity, communication, conflict management, leadership, finding your dream job, discovering your “place” or other soft skills by your request.

 

About Jayme Bynum:

Jayme Bynum is currently the IT Director for Semgroup Corporation responsible for Infrastructure and Customer Services. With the majority of her career in the Midstream Energy sector, she has over 25 years’ experience leading teams in support, development and execution of technical initiatives. She currently has responsibility for several IT disciplines including Client Services, Data Center, Network, Development, Security, and Compliance. Jayme has a history of success in partnering with business leaders to provide innovative, efficient and cost effective use of technology to meet business objectives.

Jayme has a BS degree from Oklahoma State University in Management Science and Computer Systems. She is a member of the Advisory Board for the Oklahoma Women in Technology and Committee Chairman for OKWIT Mentorship for the Tulsa area. She is an active volunteer for Junior Achievement and participates regularly in various community service activities.