The IEEE Dallas Section Consultants Network represents members who practice their profession on a consulting basis. We have prepared this website to assist companies in locating qualified IT professionals with technical expertise. You can learn more about IEEE in the news.
We host monthly meetings (typically the 2nd Monday evening of the month and at the Holiday Inn Select in Richardson) with speakers who can enhance the business performance of our members.
The consultants network members are in business as independent consultants. This website is a free service to clients and consultants. Please mention to our member consultants that you found them through the Consultants Network website.
To learn more about our members as entrepreneurs and women in engineering, you can see the streamed video of the IEEE in Action television show.
January: Steve Ruzic, Airgizmos.com, Aircraft Handheld Devices
February: Chris Guldi, Dallas Sierra Club, So what if I change a light bulb? It’s not too late.
March: Devin Brown, Success in the multigenerational workforce
April 10: TBD
May 8: Gwen Schaulis, Eco Rep | Office of Sustainability University of Texas at Dallas , UTD’s sustainable progress and LEED certifications
June: Meet Your Fellow CN Engineers: A facilitated discussion of CN members and their engineering work/hobbies
July/August: NO MEETING Enjoy your summer!
September 11: Phillip Andrews, author, speaker, futurist, SMU adjunct professor. TOPIC: Smart Manufacturing
October 9: Joe Miller: “Running for Elected Office”
November 20 2024: NOTE DATE IS 3RD MONDAY -Planning Meeting: Bring Your Ideas for Speakers/Programs in 2024
December: Holiday Meeting
January 8: David Cohen: The World Through KDI Glasses (Knowledge, Decisions, Influence)
February 12: Christopher Maier: Just for the Record(“Just For The Record” is a one man show channeling the elusive genius Eldridge Reeves Johnson. A century ago, his Victor Talking Machine empire stretched across the globe with affiliated trademarks that included His Master’s Voice, Deutsche Grammophon and JVC. He was the first media mogul identified with the emerging gramophone industry.)