Recent graduate from Pepperdine Graziadio Fully Employed MBA program. Currently work as an independent consultant for ISIS Solutions, a predictive analytic software platform and consulting company. I’ve worked in the Information Technology Field for the past ten years mostly for Fortune 500 companies including GE Capital, Countrywide Financial Corporation, Disney, and Ticketmaster. My background spans a variety of area most recently as a technical project manager and previous roles as system analyst, programmer analyst, software developer, manager of applications upport.
What interests you about the PMC?
Meeting other product managers out there, to learn, share, and discuss relevant topics in product management.
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Welcome to the PMC, Lorin!
Please use this community to connect, share, participate, and learn.
As a member of the PMC Advisory Board, I would love your feedback on how we could better meet your needs.
You got a very interesting background. We welcome discussions, blog postings and anything else you'd like to contribute. And if you have any burning questions about product management or related topics, there is always someone with a point-of-view to share.
Let me know if you have any questions about the PMC or this community site.
The PMC is a non-profit, volunteer driven organization for Product Management professionals. We are based in Seattle. We enable product managers to connect, share, participate and learn from each other. We host monthly events, an online community, job postings and ProductCamp Seattle.
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The PMC hosts 10 monthly events every calendar year. Each event is priced at $25. Events are typically presentations on specific topics of interest to the Product Management community.