The FENG Long Island, NY Chapter

Next Meeting

When:

05/31/2017 – 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (Reserve a spot at this event)

Where:

Marcum
10 Melville Park Road
Melville, NY 11747
516.653.7375

One traffic light south of the LIE, on the east side of Route 110)

Agenda:

General Networking


As always, be sure to bring about 15 copies of your resume; a supply of business cards may come in handy for networking as well. Please polish your 2 minute presentation! Your networking time is a value added activity for you and your peers; practice your 'elevator speech' and try it out with your friends at FENG, compare contrast and revise it until you hear it in your sleep. This platform skill will serve you long after you land your next assignment.

Alumni members are encouraged to attend this meeting and participate in the discussion - it is a great way to give back to the group, and to maintain and build your network.

We plan on starting the meeting promptly at 6:30 PM, but attendees may begin to arrive anywhere from 6:00 PM for informal networking.


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About the Long Island, NY Chapter

The Long Island Chapter has 1,539 members.

Chapter Leadership

Rich Schwamb
rsschwamb@gmail.com
(516) 254-9184
Richard Schwamb is a Retirement plan specialist servicing 100+ Companies in the Tri-State area. Richard has been named for 4 years in a row as one of the Industries top 100 plan sponsors by Plan Sponsor magazine. He is a Title Certified 401(k) Professional and Co-Chairman of Long Island's Financial Executives Networking Group. Richard has held positions as Treasurer, Controller, and General Manager for several Fortune 500 companies.
Ed Johnston
ejohnstoncpa@gmail.com
(516) 993-9360
Ed Johnston, CPA is a vice president within Skanska USA, based in Queens, NY. Formerly CFO of its Civil Northeast operating unit, he is currently managing part of a national ERP conversion / business transformation program. Ed also manages the US engagement of Skanska’s international Corporate Community Investment initiative, a component of its larger sustainability agenda. Ed has written about “Accounting for Sustainability” for CFMA’s Building Profits and is a past president of CFMA’s Long Island chapter. He has earned an MA and MBA, as well as CFE and CM&AA certifications.

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