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Nov 1, 2018

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Guest Profile
Julie Yack is a Colorado-based Microsoft Dynamics CRM MVP serving clients across the globe, providing training, implementation, analysis and insight for companies wanting to take their service to the next level. Julie’s blog, www.julieyack.com, addresses pertinent topics of the day, ranging from Dynamics CRM to technology in education to travel to voting rights.

Julie is an accomplished author and publisher with several books on different technologies under her belt. Julie is a community leader, nationally, locally and online, serving on education committees and curriculum boards in Colorado and as a founding member of SouthColorado.net and xRMVirtual online.

She knows how important it is to have your voice heard and has been honored to speak to elected officials at the US Capitol and to the Executive Staff at the White House on topics of technology legislation and the importance of STEM education in our k-12 schools. Julie loves to spend her free time traveling with her husband and kids.

In this Episode
Happenings in Phoenix
Living at Heights
Best Bits of being an MVP
Hospitality Colorado style
Other Hobbies
WINE - Women's international Networking event
MVP Motivations
Giving Back
Purpose of MVP's
Virtual user groups
Benefits of attending community events
Workshopping Alaskan adventures

 

Books & Other Resources Mentioned


Contact Details

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julieyack/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/coloradojules
Website: http://www.julieyack.com/

 

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Music Credit

The Happiness of Larry by radiotimes (c) copyright 2012 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license