Collaborate with over 500 business analysis colleagues
Learn new techniques and gain support from experts & leaders in business analysis
Visit vendor booths to learn about products & services
A chance to win excellent prizes during the fish bowl drawing
Alliant Energy Center – Exhibition Hall
1919 Alliant Energy Center Way
Madison, WI 53713
VERNICE “FlyGirl” ARMOUR
Americaʼs First African American Female Combat Pilot
Known simply as FlyGirl, Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour went from beat cop to combat pilot in 3 years. Within months of earning her wings, she found herself flying over the deserts of Iraq supporting the men and women on the ground. After serving two tours overseas, she had become America’s First African American Female Combat Pilot. After returning home, she realized that many people wanted to create breakthroughs in their own lives, they just didn’t know how.
From her experiences, she created a 7-step process called the Zero to Breakthrough™ Success Plan. She now travels extensively sharing this message through her keynotes, coaching and seminars. She is your battle-tested speaker and ignites audiences with a dynamic spark that can’t be extinguished. Lead your team through the execution of any plan by harnessing the power of “Breakthrough Mentality”! From the moment she leaps into the audience, she shows attendee show to go from “Zero to Breakthrough” and create a personal flight plan utilizing her candid strategies to win on the battlefield of business and life!
Upon completion of two tours in Iraq and leaving the military, Vernice leveraged her “Breakthrough Mentality” mindset and launched VAI Consulting and Training, LLC. By applying the Zero to Breakthrough™ Success Plan to her own company, Vernice produced over six-figures in revenue within the first 12 months! Her passion is helping organizations and individuals create similar results. As featured on Oprah Winfrey, CNN, Tavis Smiley, NPR and others, Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour’s fresh style and presentation methods have inspired hundreds of organizations and individuals. Vernice ultimately impacts organizations and individuals with an understanding of the passion and leadership required to excel. Through her keynotes, executive and group coaching, seminars and executive retreats, Vernice conveys her message of Zero to Breakthrough™ utilizing her unique insight and life strategy: “You HAVE permission to Engage…CLEARED HOT!”
An honorary Doctorate of Laws was conferred on Vernice from Chancellor University in 2010. She has also received awards as a pioneering pilot, to include her commanding role in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). She was the Marine Corps’ first African American Female pilot, first African American woman on the Nashville Police Department's motorcycle squad, Camp Pendleton's 2001 Female Athlete of the Year, two-‐time titleholder in Camp Pendleton's annual Strongest Warrior Competition, and a running back for the San Diego Sunfire women's professional football team. Vernice’s signature book, Zero to Breakthrough™(Penguin) is available at ZeroToBreakthrough.com and wherever books are sold online.
The Wisconsin Business Analyst Development Day conference (WI BADD®) is seeking volunteers to be part of its 2015 Event Planning Committee. The conference is Tuesday May 5, 2015 in Madison, WI. Event planning is primarily done via conference call and email, with no need to live in the Madison area.
Benefits of being a working member of the conference Event Planning Committee:
2015 WI BADD® conference registration fee is waived
Volunteer hours are eligible for IIBA CDUs needed to renew a CBAP or CCBA credential
Volunteer hours are eligible for PMI PDUs needed to renew a PMP credential
Overnight accommodation in Madison the evening before (optional)
Opportunity to increase your professional visibility and meet other professionals from around the state
Time Commitment Hours vary with each role and can be adapted to a volunteer’s availability.