continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Wes Girling has had an interesting year at State Employees Credit Union of Maryland($4.2B, Linthicum, MD).He joined SECU in 2016 and since January 2020 has been serving as assistant vice president for optimization, taking on a new role just as the coronavirus pandemic began rolling across America.“I’ve been all over the map the past few months, from helping to stand up our virtual branch functionalities to rolling out a loan deferment program,” Girling says.Here, he talks about what’s involved in leading optimization at the big Maryland cooperative.
Related Items:#KiwanisChristmastreelighting, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 2, 2016 – A holiday tradition unravels at the parking lot near Smart Grocery store on Sunday from 5:30pm as the Kiwanis Club holds its annual Christmas Tree Lighting.There will be special performances by all of the schools and guest artists, Youth Vision and Tess Charles.Our favorite friend from the North Pole, Santa will be there and we are informed that there are hundreds of gifts for the children with other treats including face painting and photo opportunity with Penny Lane Studios set up on site.It is called a great evening out for the family, weather forecasts calling for breezy conditions with temperatures around 77°.
With a programme, which includes Art Projects, a Speakers’ Forum and a city wide Collateral Events schedule, the India Art Fair (IAF) has a by invitation VIP preview on 30 January, organisers announced in a statement on Saturday.The Fair, which held its first edition in 2008, has grown to be an epicentre for art in India, with a global reputation for being one of South Asia’s leading art fairs.The upcoming edition showcases 91 booths from India and across the world and aims to expose local and international artists to a large and diverse audience. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’47 Indian galleries have been lined up to exhibit a breadth of modern and contemporary art practices including painting, sculpture, new media, installation and performance art.‘This year’s international galleries represent a dynamic mix, from returning European galleries, to a number of cutting edge newcomers, who all share the common goal to explore the Indian art market, forge key relationships and meet new collectors from South Asia,’ organisers said. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAn extensive Art Projects programme spanning the outdoor and indoor fair space is set to be focus of the fair this year.Highlights of the programme include ‘Listen Up!’ a public sound art project and a city-wide installation to make sound art publicly accessible through cellular phones.Among the rich selection of other participators, artist Dayanita Singh is set to present excerpts from her critically acclaimed File Room series, which has been shown this year at the Venice Biennale and the Hayward Gallery, London. Jose Garcia Miguel (Perve Galeria, Portugal) has lined up a multi-arts installation ‘Tears of Portugal’ encompassing video, photography and performance.This year’s fair has also attracted leading jewellery designer Nirav Modi who is set to present a collection of custom made designs inspired by motifs from the Mughal miniature school of art, encrusted with precious gems and priceless diamonds.Cultural events which are set to take place alongside this edition of IAF include Insert2014, an exhibition curated by Raqs Media Collective, of 20 leading international and Indian artists, and Word. Sound. Power a collaborative exhibition by Khoj International Artists’ Association and the Tate Modern.The fair also hosts a curated programme, in collaboration with public institutions, galleries and private art organisations, for visiting collectors and museums.