We'll soon see now whither it's your swate silf, or whither it's little Mounseer Maiter-di-dauns, that Misthress Tracle is head and ears in the love wid.
"Yes, I nose dat - nose all bout dat - tis my lef hand what I chops de wood wid.
"Assisting someone just to get that person to their very own set of questions about their life and the benefits they rely on can be an achievement,"says Mason O'Neal on the DBlOl staff at WID.
He adds: "People learn about public benefits and then about their work rules in all kinds of uneven ways; many just pick up on the urban myths, not the facts or rules that can work for their particular situation.
"Listen, Jody, you ain't de Jody ah run off down de road wid.
You'se whut's left after he died.
Dunlavey brings more than 20 years of business management experience to WID.
She has managed all facets of an association's operations including governance support with strategic plan building.
"The Greater Tampa Bay Chapter will make it easier for members to receive benefits of NDIA and WID.
As a result, defense companies, both large and small, will have more employees with increased knowledge, leadership skills and connections," said Ward.
Becraft was an Army officer, a civilian government employee and a leader at WID.
A presidential appointee as the assistant secretary of the Navy for manpower and reserve affairs from 1998 through 2001, she revitalized recruitment, initiated workforce planning and developed training for military and civilian personnel--including senior executive service members.
"The new chapters will make it easier For members to receive benefits of NDIA and WID.
As a result, defense companies and other organizations will have more employees with increased knowledge, leadership skills and connections," said Ward.
Cultivating and supporting the advancement of women in all aspects of national security is the mission of WID.
Both men and women belong to the organization, which provides a formal environment for professional growth through networking, education and career development.
In early 2010, the 2,500th member joined WID.
The development of chapters since late 2001 has fueled most of this growth as national security professionals around the nation have learned about the value the association can bring their careers and their employers.