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Event: Why I Left Amazon: Virtual

We will be hosting a virtual talk. Our Speaker worked for years at Amazon and eventually left to find his own path. The talk will focus on his journey. Currently, our speaker is waiting for the NDA to expire and will then share his inspirational story. We are all looking for our path and our own journey. This is how he found his. (More details to be shared after compliance date passes).

This event will be virtual/zoom. Sign-up on meet-up and attendees will be sent the zoom link a day ahead of time.

Why I Left Amazon (Virtual, Tentative Date)

Tuesday, Aug 27, 2019, 7:00 PM

No location yet.

1 Members Attending

Amazon is the dream company for many people around the world. Our Speaker worked at Amazon for several years and quit to forge his own path. A path that included family, friends, life satisfaction and a new Career that is fulfilling. Sign-up for this remote Speaking Event and listen in to why our Speaker left a Dream company to find his own dream. …

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Ennis Lynch

Ennis Lynch

Ennis Lynch is a Professional Coach Based in South Florida. His primary area of coaching focuses on coaching Software Engineering Leadership. On occasion he does Agile Transformation work as well but prefers coaching at the Team and Individual level vs. the organizational level.


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