18 November 2010
04 November 2010
My name is not Gidget
Not really, no not at all. And I can’t even surf. And yes, that is a scary video for me to know about (thank you, Oh Great False God Google) and even more scary for you if you clicked on the link.
Nor do I wear a wimple whilst flying, or at any other time.
But I can say, “You like me, you really like me”.
Not the Academy Awards
I know, more blathering, but that’s just me being bashful about something that you, my adoring/tolerant/frankly bored reading public have done: elected me a member of the ODTUG board.
All kidding aside, I never thought I would get elected, particularly on the first go round. I am beyond pleased, humbled, and more than a little scared.
Thank you so much for taking a flier on me. I hope I don’t disappoint.
Here are we happy few in the 2011 ODTUG Board of Directors:
- Mike Riley, Hortica Insurance
- Tim Tow, Applied OLAP
- Cameron Lackpour, CLSolve (yr. obdnt. srvnt.)
- Barbara Morris, Idaho National Laboratory
- Bambi Price, Park Lane Information Technology
- John King, King Training Resources
- Mark Rittman, Rittman Mead Consulting
- Monty Latiolais, SCGTS
The future and thanks again
It’s often dangerous to make promises if you aren’t sure you can deliver on them. This may be why I am a semi-successful consultant and not a fan of politicians. Regardless, getting onto the board was the outcome of an election.
What I know I can do is to serve you, the Oracle EPM community, and the rest of the Oracle world as best I can. I am more than open to suggestions and comments. You can always contact me through LinkedIn.
I look forward to this – it’s going to be a lot fun.
And thanks for your confidence in me.