This month marks the beginning of the last quarter of this decade!
A lot has happened since our last newsletter. Lacey safely delivered her bundle of joy and I officially transitioned into being NTLSC president. So, I thought a quick introduction is due. I started my career as a Computer and Automatic Control engineer, many moons ago. Through some unusual, but now I know non-coincidental turn of events, I switched careers to a physics teaching assistant, a field engineer and finally into being a writer. In my writing career, I worked in the American Air Force in a dot com (when it was an evolving market), financial, and healthcare industries. I worked as a QA tester, help author, documentation specialist, base software documentation lead, information designer, and team lead.
The many titles and diverse industries led me to one conclusion - you never know what you will do next, but everything that you are doing today qualifies you for your next step.
So, with this in mind and with assuming on the presidency of the Lone Star Chapter, I am looking forward to working closely with our chapter’s VPs, members, and community. I am thankful for the amazing team that makes this chapter and am excited to get a jump-start in planning for the new year, meeting new members, and making new friends.
The weather is changing, the decade is turning, and we are ushered into a new season of community and growth.