As a young professional, Amanda B. Nolan, who is a management consultant with The Kavi Group, is still taking advice and learning from others. She credits her mentor, Chris Green, who introduced her to the business continuity profession and provided her with on-the-job training, for helping create a solid foundation of knowledge. Nolan began her undergraduate education in liberal arts with the thought of becoming a teacher. She then pursued a master’s degree in public health with a focus on health education. While in graduate school Nolan needed an extra class to fill a communication requirement and ended up taking…
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DRJ and Lambert Learning Debut Entry-Level BC Course with a Focus on Action
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