Greater Atlanta

IIBA Chapter


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2014-2015 Leadership Team

Clinton Ages
Keith Warrick
VP of Marketing and Communications
Jaleann M. Matos-McClurg 
VP of Membership
Wanda Hudgins Spain
VP of Professional Development
Kim Ivanoff
Richard Cope
Tracy McDearis
Director of Sponsorships


Chapter Meetings

4th Tuesday of each month

6:30 PM Networking
7:00 PM Announcements
7:20 PM Speaker
8:20 PM Job Announcements
8:30 PM Closing

COST:  Members - FREE; Non-Members - $10.00

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Meeting Locations 

Matrix Resources
General Meeting
Northpark Town Center
Building 400
3rd Floor
1000 Abernathy Road,
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

Matrix Resources


UPS Corporate Headquarters
Premier/Special Events
55 Glenlake Parkway NE
Sandy Springs, GA 30328


Welcome to the Greater Atlanta Chapter

Our chapter was chartered in August, 2005 and since then, we have been dedicated to advancing the business analysis profession both locally and nationwide. We pride ourselves to be the chapter where business analysts can grow their skills, knowledge and professional network.

We meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month. Visit our
calendar of events to view upcoming events. Click on the link for the event of choice to find about the Meeting Location and Meeting Topic. You do not have to be a member to attend our events. Come join us and learn more about the Business Analysis profession.

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 TOPIC:  Marketing yourself for a Better Career


SPEAKER: Hans Eckman, GVP, Security Services Workstream Manager, SunTrust Bank



You are confident of the work you do and your core skills, but feel you are not getting the recognition you deserve.  Other people get placed on better projects or receive promotions that could have been yours.  Maybe you are looking for a new job, but are having trouble getting to and through the interview phase.  Many IT people feel trapped in their current job group and not sure where transferrable skills could take them.

The problem might not be you but the way you are marketing yourself.  Do people really understand the value you provide or the niche experience you bring?  What sets you apart from all the other co-workers and candidates making you stand out from the sea of mediocrity?

This presentation will address these issues and give you a new way of communicating your value to others.  We will discuss what makes marketing successful and how you can leverage these principles to promote your career.  At the end, you will see yourself in a whole new light.

  • Learn how solid marketing principles can be applied to personal branding and your career goals
  • Discover the dos and don'ts of resumes and cover letters
  • Explore more effective ways to market yourself within your own company or when applying for a new job


Hans Eckman


Hans Eckman provides linchpin leadership and business architecture, specializing in business process optimization, knowledge management solutions and support infrastructure for new initiatives.

He currently serves as GVP and Security Services Workstream Manager at SunTrust Bank where he co-founded the SunTrust Business Analyst Center of Excellence.  

Hans has presented in the past at the Building Better Business capability (BBC - IIBA professional conference), Project World and World Congress for Business Analysis, The Information Management Forum, several IIBA Chapter Professional Development Days and Atlanta SPIN.  

Visit his website to watch past speaking engagements and to read his simplification guides.  


RSVP by August 21st.



The Greater Atlanta Chapter of the IIBA is pleased to announce ITMPI as the event sponsor for our June 24th meeting.  ITMPI is an IIBA Endorsed Education Provider.

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Please join us for our next BA Boot Camp:  Learning Agile for Today's BAs

Date:  Saturday September 06, 2014

FACILITATOR: Ryland Leyton, CBAP, ®, Senior Business Analyst, DealerMatch


This workshop will cover the following areas:

  • How to make the transition from Waterfall to Agile
  • How to write good User Stories
  • Story Decomposition (epic decomposition)
COST:  FREE for Atlanta chapter members ( must be a member of IIBA (international organization - $110 -$125 annual dues) and Atlanta chapter ($35.00 annual dues)

NON-MEMBER FEE:  $50.00 - cash, check or credit card accepted.  Credit transactions incur a $3.00 convenience fee ($53)  Not a member?  Join now!



Register now!