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Clarity Mgt. Monica Johns 2009

Clarity Mgt. Monica Johns 2009

Women TIES creates, hosts, sponsors and supports a variety of local, regional and state-wide entrepreneurial events. The website is updated frequently with important strategic networking and educational programs. You’ll find event details, speaker profiles and registration information. Bookmark this page, so you can visit it easily to learn more about valuable entrepreneurial events to help you grow your business. Women TIES believes attending our strategic sales, networking and educational events is a valuable investment in your business.

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

 WOMEN’S EVENT: Women TIES Syracuse Luncheon “Creating a
Strategy to Incorporate Social Media into Your Overall Marketing Plan” Featuring:Monica Johns
President & CEO Clarity Management Consulting, Inc. Justin’s Grill, 6400 Yorktown Circle, East
Syracuse. For more information and to register, visit Womens Ties

About the Presenter

Monica D. Johns has over twenty-five years of technical and business experience, and has held positions with GM, Corning, and GE. Monica has helped to transform businesses from the inside out by focusing on operations to improve quality and productivity, as well as reducing waste and cost.

Her background includes expertise in a variety of areas including compliance, outsourcing initiatives, process improvement, product line management, program and project management, cost modeling, manufacturing, and engineering, just to name a few.

Monica earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo and her MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

Clarity Management Consulting is a nationally certified Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) and Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).

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Continuing Thru 3/20/2011

Event:   Exhibits:  The Infinite Mirror-Images of American Identity and The Prints of Seong Moy

Location:  Syracuse University, 215 University Pl, Syracuse

For More Info:  315-443-4097

Continuing thru 3/30/2011

Event:     Urban Video Project: Demetrius Oliver

Location:  Everson Museum, 401 Harrison St., Syracuse

For More Info:  315-474-6064

Continuing thru 3/30/2011

Event:     Implements of Mass Construction

Location:  Erie Canal Museum, 318 Erie Boulevard East, Syracuse

For More Info:  315.471.0593 x15

Continuing thru 3/13/2011

Event:     Syracuse Stage presents:  August Wilson‘s Radio Golf

Location:  Syracuse Stage, 820 E. Genesee St., Syracuse

For More Info:  315-443-3275

Continuing thru 3/31/2011

Event:     Exhibit:  Winter In The Mountains: Asian Landscape Paintings by Clay Strange

Location:  Central Library in The Galleries, 447 South Salina Street, Syracuse

For More Info:  315-435-1834

Continuing thru 5/14/2011

Event:     Art Exhibitions at The Warehouse Gallery

Location:  The Warehouse Gallery, 350 W. Fayette St, Syracuse

For More Info:  315-443-6450

Continuing thru 4/23/2011

Event:     Exhibit:  100 Years of Women Rockin’ the World

Location:  ArtRage Gallery, 505 Hawley Avenue, Syracuse

For More Info:  315-218-5711

Syracuse Convention & Visitors Bureau
CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity
572 South Salina St., Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: 315-470-1913 | Fax: 315-471-8545
 

 

Starts:  3/9/2011           Ends: 3/27/2011

Event:     New Directions in Photography at XL Projects

Location:  XL Projects, 300 West Fayette Street, Syracuse

For More Info:  315-442-2542

Posted: Sunday, March 13th, 2011 @ 2:04 pm by Curt
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Fun Fact about the Syracuse area …. did you know …..

.… one industry that made Syracuse prosper was the salt industry. Salt water was drawn from the springs near Onondaga Lake and put into boiling blocks where the water was boiled off and all that was left was the salt. The workers (primarily of Irish decent) would bring a small sack of tiny potatoes with them, set them in the vats, and the potatoes would boil and be ready to eat for lunch. Today, Central New Yorkers still buy salt potatoes in bags and enjoy them at clambakes, picnics or almost any time of the year. Just add a little melted butter on them!! They are even good cold!

Attached, please find this week’s edition of the Friday Facts. For details on any of these events or others in our area, take a gander at our website at www.VisitSyracuse.org.

Looking for fine Syracuse items & just can’t find the right thing? We’ve made it so easy for you! Check out our FINE, ON-LINE STORE (http://store.visitsyracuse.org/) featuring great Syracuse items such as T’s, hoodies, fleece items, tote bags, hats & so much more! If you’re looking for Syracuse items for that special someone, we got ‘em right on the website.

Spread the SYRACUSE LOVE ….. Check out & order these items TODAY!!!

Look-it … it’s right here at www.VisitSyracuse.org!

Linda Woodrow
Executive Assistant & Marketing Coordinator
Syracuse Convention & Visitors Bureau
CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity
572 South Salina St., Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: 315-470-1913 | Fax: 315-471-8545
LWoodrow@VisitSyracuse.org
www.VisitSyracuse.org

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/SyracuseNY
Twitter: www.Twitter.com/SyracuseNY

Posted: Sunday, March 6th, 2011 @ 9:24 am by Curt
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Fun Fact about the Syracuse area …. did you know …..

… that the game of lacrosse or Deyhontsigwa’ehs (its name in Onondaga) roughly translated means, “They bump hips.” Lacrosse at Onondaga is considered sacred and is a game that was given by the Creator, to be played for the Creator and has been known to have healing power. The game in its original form is played between two groups, usually divided up between clans or young men versus old men. Since women are respected for providing life and are to protect this gift, they do not play lacrosse.  Once sides are chosen, the two teams play with the men using hand-made sticks made of hickory.  The spirit of the hickory tree connects the player to Mother Earth as they play for the Creator. The game is played on an open field with two poles at each end signifying goals between which a leather ball must pass. When Deyhontsigwa’ehs is played on Mother Earth, it is said that there is also a game being played with their ancestors in Creator’s land. There is a predetermined amount that the teams must reach before the game is considered won and therefore, the game is not timed.  (source: www.OnondagaNation.org)

Attached, please find this week’s edition of the Friday Facts.  For details on any of these events or others in our area, take a gander at our website at www.VisitSyracuse.org.

Looking for fine Syracuse items & just can’t find the right thing?  We’ve made it so easy for you!  Check out our FINE ON-LINE STORE (http://store.visitsyracuse.org/) featuring great Syracuse items such as T’s, hoodies, fleece items, tote bags, hats & so much more!  If you’re looking for Syracuse items for that special someone, we got ‘em right on the website.

Spread the SYRACUSE LOVE  ….. Check out & order these items TODAY!!!

Look-it … it’s right here at www.VisitSyracuse.org!

Linda Woodrow
Executive Assistant & Marketing Coordinator
Syracuse Convention & Visitors Bureau
CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity
572 South Salina St., Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: 315-470-1913 | Fax: 315-471-8545
LWoodrow@VisitSyracuse.org
www.VisitSyracuse.org

Facebook:  www.Facebook.com/SyracuseNY
Twitter:  www.Twitter.com/SyracuseNY

Posted: Saturday, February 19th, 2011 @ 8:23 am by Curt
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Fun Fact about the Syracuse area …. did you know …..

…. that in the year 1900, three Syracuse-born brothers, Sam, Lee and Jacob J. Shubert, founded the Shubert Organization that was responsible for the acquisition of thousands of theaters and productions of Broadway shows in New York City. By 1916, the Shuberts became the nation’s most important and powerful theater owners and managers; by the 1920′s, the Shubert’s owned, managed or booked over 1,000 playhouses across the United States. This organization currently owns and operates 16 Broadway theaters in New York City as well as others in Boston, Philadelphia and Washington DC. They are represented by a star on Syracuse’s Walk of Fame that is located just outside the Landmark Theatre.

Attached, please find this week’s edition of the Friday Facts. For details on any of these events or others down the road, take a gander at our website at www.VisitSyracuse.org.

Looking for fine Syracuse items & just can’t find the right thing? We’ve made it so easy for you! Check out our FINE ON-LINE STORE (http://store.visitsyracuse.org/) featuring great Syracuse items such as T’s, hoodies, fleece items, tote bags, hats & so much more! If you’re looking for Syracuse items for that special someone, we got ‘em right on the website.

Spread the SYRACUSE LOVE ….. Check out & order these items TODAY!!!

Look-it … it’s right here at www.VisitSyracuse.org!

Linda Woodrow
Executive Assistant & Marketing Coordinator
Syracuse Convention & Visitors Bureau
CenterState Corporation for Economic Opportunity
572 South Salina St., Syracuse, NY 13202
Phone: 315-470-1913 | Fax: 315-471-8545
LWoodrow@VisitSyracuse.org
www.VisitSyracuse.org

Facebook: www.Facebook.com/SyracuseNY
Twitter: www.Twitter.com/SyracuseNY

Posted: Wednesday, January 19th, 2011 @ 6:18 pm by Curt
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