New President brings extensive experience in building organizations and creating connections
Online PR News – 14-May-2014 – Chicago, IL – (May 6, 2014)— Think IT, a professional development association for IT professionals, is excited to announce that Shelli Nelson has joined their team as President of Think IT’s Chicago Chapter. Nelson will be responsible for expanding membership for Think IT in Chicago by connecting and building relationships with IT professionals in the area.
Nelson comes to York with almost 20 years of combined experience in recruiting, consulting, business development, and leadership. She has a passion for understanding businesses, building organizations, and building relationships with professionals to not only expand companies, but also bring innovative ideas.
“I am excited to be a part of something that is truly unique for IT professionals in the Chicago area,” Nelson said. “I am eager to utilize my experience to not only bring new members to the group, but to also have the opportunity to truly help people meet their professional goals.”
Nelson has been an integral component to the growth of multiple companies throughout her career through her expertise in process improvement and strategic initiatives.
“It is great to have Shelli be a part of the team,” said Brandi Will, Executive Director of Think IT. “Shelli comes to us with a very solid background in the human resources field which will add a great value to our Think IT community. She has such a great passion for connecting people; I have no doubt that she will be a valuable asset to not only Think IT members, but to our team as a whole.”
For more information or to schedule an interview with Shelli Nelson, please call Briana Perrino at 877-700-9675 or email at bperrino@thinkITassociation.org.
About Think IT Association
The overall mission of Think IT is to foster professional growth and development through the power of networking and collaboration. The association currently has 8 groups with over 1,800 members within the Twin Cities community. Each group meets on a monthly or bi-monthly basis in an informal, roundtable format with a different leader from the group facilitating each session. Along with the monthly meetings, Think IT also hosts quarterly events with a guest speaker to present on a hot topic. For more information, please visit www.thinkITassociation.org.