LavaCon is held most years in Hawaii
(hence our name) so attendees can get away from
back-to-back deadlines and de-stress long enough to take care
of their corporate and professional development.
LavaCon was founded in 2002 to help businesses manage technology projects. Our program has expanded over the years to include sessions on how to break into government contracting, how to manage technical and non-technical projects, how to leverage social media and technical communication technologies, and more.
Why New Orleans in 2009?
While some outlying areas of New Orleans were truly devastated after hurricane Katrina, the city itself weathered the store quite well—far better than the gloom and doom (still!) being reported in the national media.
All New Orleans needs now for a complete recovery is for tourism (and the revenue it generates) to return to pre-Katrina levels. So we're going back to New Orleans in 2009 for a really great conference...and some really great food!
Come join us!
See you in October,
About the Organizer
Jack Molisani has been a project
officer in the Space Division of the
United States Air Force,
a project manager in a multi-million dollar
and currently is the president of ProSpring
Technical Staffing, a technical
staffing company specializing in engineers, technical project managers and technical writers.
Jack has a BSE in Computer Engineering
from Tulane University in
New Orleans, is an Associate Fellow of the Society for Technical Communication, and is a member of the Project Management Institute and the Association of Proposal Management Professionals.
A dynamic and entertaining speaker, Jack has spoken on technical communication, project management and career development to more than
50 organizations and chapters in the US and Europe.
Need a speaker or meeting planner for your event? You can reach Jack at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-302-5774, ext 201.