Free Webinar: Forget Work/Life Balance (Strengths Topic)

When:  Mar 24, 2021 from 12:00 to 13:00 (CT)
Associated with  San Antonio Chapter

ISACA San Antonio/South Texas Chapter Presents: Forget Work/Life Balance (Strengths Topic), sponsored by Stinnett & Associates with feature speaker Jennifer Roberson, CIA, MBA.

Jennifer’s journey in finding her higher purpose or “why” began in 2008 when she joined Stinnett & Associates as a key leader on internal audit engagements. During that time, Jennifer was introduced to her talents through the Clifton Strengths assessment which helped her unlock and reflect on where her energy truly came from – ultimately allowing her to transition into roles to fit those talents within the same organization. Jennifer was always willing to open the door to new possibilities and push out of her traditional comfort zone when opportunities were presented that aligned with her strengths. She eventually transitioned from client work and found herself leading the firm’s training and development programs and culture initiatives. Stinnett was named a Best Place to Work in Oklahoma in 2019. And just last year in 2020, Stinnett was also awarded a Great Place to Work certification based on survey results from all its locations. Jennifer has been instrumental in building a sustainable culture and knows the true meaning of blending work-life from personal creation.

Learning Objectives

  • Describe why work-life balance doesn’t work.
  • Understand why finding your purpose has to be intentional.
  • Evaluate the necessary ingredient to have a career that gives you passion and purpose.
  • Find the intersection between your passion and what your organization needs.
Date: 3/24/2021
Time:  12-1 CST
Cost: Free to ISACA members
CPE: 1
Registration Deadline: 3/23/2021 at noon

Sponsored by Stinnett & Associates

Speaker: Jennifer Roberson, CIA, MBA
Jennifer Roberson, CIA, MBA

Jennifer is a Senior Manager with Stinnett & Associates and is based in Tulsa. She has 14 years of internal audit experience. Jennifer has provided internal audits delivering process best practices and recommendations that result in cost-saving initiatives and improved operations for clients. She has been a key leader on client engagements since joining the Firm in 2008. She has managed multiple first-year Sarbanes Oxley engagements, assisting clients with the project management related to Section 404 requirements. These responsibilities include documenting, evaluating and testing key financial reporting controls and implementation of the COSO Internal Control Framework. 

During her tenure at Stinnett, Jennifer has worked on a variety of projects: fraud reviews, vendor audits, risk assessments, compliance reviews, to name a few.  She has worked in various industries including manufacturing, construction, retail, energy, higher education and non-profit. 

She began leading the Firm’s training and development program in 2014 and has been responsible for not only developing the firm’s onboarding and leadership development programs, but also leading several firm initiatives relating to culture and campus recruiting.

Prior to joining Stinnett, Jennifer worked for Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group (DTAG) for eight years with her most recent position in the Audit Department.

Jennifer holds a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a major in Finance from Northeastern State University. She also holds a Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma State University. 

Jennifer is passionate about employee engagement. She understands that leaders want employees that are creative, innovative, collaborative, resilient, intuitive, and productive. Employees who are those things are individuals who are filling their hours with activities that bring them joy, with tasks that delight them. In study after study, irrespective of industry, the single most powerful predictor of a team’s productivity is, “At work, I have the opportunity to do what I do best every day.” Jennifer delights in bringing the Strengths-based approach to organizations through their team leaders and team members.

Jennifer was selected as a featured speaker for the 2020 TedxUTulsa: Breaking Barriers event. Her topic was on the five ingredients necessary to BLEND work and life to create a passion and meaning in your career.


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