Ladies who LaUNCH #12: Personal Branding with Amy Vandaveer Novak
Ever googled yourself just to see what comes up? From resumes to social media, personal branding communicates your value and strengths. It is how you present yourself to and build an impactful network.
So, what is your personal brand, and how can you shape it to get you where you want to go? Discover the steps and fundamentals to design a strong personal brand with UofH's Senior Professor of Practice of Marketing, Amy Vandaveer Novak.
Amy Vandaveer Novak is a Senior Professor of Practice in the Stephen Stagner Sales Excellence Institute and Marketing Department at the University of Houston’s Bauer College of Business, teaching Professional Selling, Personal Branding, Business Communications and International Marketing. Amy comes from a corporate background in technology, education and publishing, gaining experience in recruiting, marketing and sales. She brings real world experiences to the classroom and emphasizes the importance of sales, communication and professionalism in any environment.
Amy was a recipient of the Bauer College’s Excellence in Teaching Award in 2012 and 2019 and two University of Houston’s Teaching Excellence Awards in 2016. She also has been a key note speaker for conferences and has extensive experience conducting executive training for Fortune 500 companies in areas such as: communication, sales, branding, presentations, crucial conversations, and professionalism. She is a Certified Training Professional, Certified Birkman Consultant, and received her bachelor’s degree in English and Communications from Texas A&M and her MBA from the University of Houston.
About Ladies Who LaUNCH
Ladies who LaUNCH is a luncheon series to empower our female entrepreneurs, innovators, or any females that want to create a lasting impact in our society. It is up to us ladies to support and encourage other women in entrepreneurship. If we are going to turn some of these rattling statistics on their head (…like only 2% of venture-backed companies are female-led…) we must do it together.