Introduction to Blockchain

Organizer: ChickTech: Raleigh-Durham
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🔹Career development tips and handouts at the top of the hour from Sarah Williams, a certified resume writer and career coach,
🔹Paul Judge will give an introductory talk on Blockchain.
We will start promptly at 6pm, with some time in the beginning for networking and food.

Paul Judge:
Paul is an experienced technology executive with strong background in Financial Services, Straight Through Processing (STP), Electronic Connectivity, SWIFT Messaging, Business Process Modeling, Technology Architecture and Program Management. He has 37+ years of experience in wide ranging information technology roles in the financial industry. He currently holds Series 99 registration with FINRA. He joined Fidelity in March 2009 as a Vice President in the Fidelity Institutional Technology (FIT) organization. He is currently responsible for the Security Master & Pricing, ShadowSuite International Settlement and Fiserv Frontier Reconciliation applications. He has held various technology management positions at financial services firms such as State Street Bank, TradingLinx, Lexit Capital and Merrill Lynch. Prior to re-joining Merrill in 2002, he was the Chief Technology Officer with Lexit Capital LLC, an introducing and executing broker servicing European institutional customers. Paul has both USA and Irish citizenship and passports. He is a graduate of Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ and completed Harvard University Extension School C & Unix Programming in Cambridge, MA. He served 8 years in the Army National Guard. He has been married for 29 years and has 3 sons. He ran and finished the New York Marathon in 2002 (5:01:09) and the Marine Corps Marathon in 2000 (5:13:53).

Best entrance to NetApp is the entrance from Kit Creek Rd (not Louis Stevens) and then drive straight and park anywhere. The building will have a large number on it (2). Enter from the main entrance and NOT from the entrance marked “Executive Briefing Center”.

Tickets are $5 each, is considered a voluntary donation as all proceeds will directly go to the Raleigh-Durham chapter.


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