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Millennials on the Move 2017

Millennials on the Move 2017

Jillian Goodwin, millennials on the move

Jillian Goodwin
25, Director of Marketing & Communications for Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance

Jillian Goodwin sees her generation as being forward-thinking, optimistic and passionate about making an impact. She has become a major contributor with the Hampton Roads Economic Development Alliance and the community by volunteering with organizations to make a difference for others.

 

Tianna Garland, Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP

Tianna Garland
23, Retirement Plan Services Associate for Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP

Company culture, having a great work-life balance and valuing employees are all important to Tianna Garland at Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP. Outside of the office, she is involved with networking with other professionals to build relationships to further develop leadership skills.

 

Pratik Kothari, millennials on the move

Pratik Kothari
36, Founder & CEO of TechArk Solutions

As the founder & CEO of TechArk Solutions, Pratik Kothari believes technology is the defining characteristic for his generation. He loves nothing more than learning and growing, and views young employees as passionate and knowledgeable at his company.

 

millennials on the move, array digital, Kevin L. Daisey, Hilton Norfolk The Main

Kevin L. Daisey
35, Founder/CMO of Array Digital

Kevin L. Daisey began Array Digital with a passion, drive and eagerness to grow, and believes millennials share these same traits. He also deeply believes in giving back to businesses and the community, as he’s a leader and member of several local boards and volunteer organizations.

 

Erin Rice, millennials on the move

Erin Rice
34, Community Risk Reduction Coordinator for Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office

Passionate about her work and the mission of the Virginia State Fire Marshal’s Office, Erin Rice feels its important to build relationships with colleagues and outside organizations. Networking opportunities have also helped her learn more about the region and have contributed to her success.

 

Kaitlin Burket, Development Manager for Virginia Beach Public Library Foundation

Kaitlin Burket
32, Development Manager for Virginia Beach Public Library Foundation

Kaitlin Burket views millennials as adaptable and willing to not just embrace change but actually be the ones to implement it. For her, the most important aspect of a career is to have a purpose, which she has found with the Virginia Beach Public Library Foundation.

 

Jamilah D. LeCruise, millennials on the move

Jamilah D. LeCruise
31, Attorney/Owner, The Law Office of J. D. LeCruise, PLLC

Believing that millennials want to be dynamic leaders, Jamilah D. LeCruise values learning from other generations to make a difference right now and in the future. At The Law Office of J. D. LeCruise, PLLC, she looks for flexibility and the ability to advance, and that community service is part of its brand.

 

Bo Ram Yi, millennials on the move

Bo Ram Yi
30, Instructor & Coordinator for Student Success and Outreach Initiatives at Old Dominion University

Bo Ram Yi views millennials as a generation that isn’t afraid to launch a new enterprise, volunteer and develop inventive ideas. Along with her work for Student Success and Outreach Initiatives at ODU, she advises other millennials to be willing to work hard and offer to take volunteer opportunities.

 

Kristi Dazevedo, Parari Group, millennials on the move, Senior Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator, millennials on the move

Kristi Dazevedo
33, Senior Graphic Designer & Marketing Coordinator at Parari Group

Kristi Dazevedo of Parari Group looks at culture and environment when considering a company for a career. She believes millennials bring tenancity to innovate and willingess to take risks, all while gaining wisdom from the experience of other generations in the workplace.

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