meet the staff

November 2003
Financial Executive;Nov2003, Vol. 19 Issue 8, p61
Academic Journal
This article focuses on the effect of economic challenges on the Career Services department of the U.S. Financial Executive Institute (FEI). The author discusses some initiatives introduced by Diane Albergo, FEI director, to expand the Career Services offerings which include developing the institute's web site, establishing two career management seminars and designing their job alert program. The author also discusses some of the job responsibilities of Career Service Associate Barbara Tokar at FEI.


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