“War's Window: Can We...”
- Social Justice
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Claire is the Creative Director for the IBM Security X-Force Cyber Range. She works with clients to fine tune their incident response planning to a cyber crisis. Claire is a digital storyteller with experience working in video game design, app design, UX, graphic design, and video storytelling.
What I do all day at work?
Whenever I get time from work, I travel a lot when I can; foodie by tongue, stomach and heart, love to cook and experiment. At work, started my career as a programmer and DBA, moved to enterprise apps, to sales, to leadership roles.
Ujjwal is a leader known for his ability to innovate like a startup and scale like an enterprise. A Positive, Proactive and Goal oriented IT Executive with demonstrated experience in planning and implementing cutting edge IT solutions to achieve profitable business growth.
Loves to work hard and play harder; volunteers for multiple global and local organisations; traveling places when he can; cooking and having people over to taste is his hobby; and loves animals, a number of which have found home in his house.
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The best piece of career advice I've ever received
You need to thump your chest like a chimpanzee
You could have done a little better in building the narratives. For example, talk about the details of the topic on slide instead of reading the slide when the same is on screen, or bring in more research and data to support your arguments.
However, this is a great video documentary and provokes a lot of thoughts. My suggestion would be to get more data points on wars and its impacts, and build a story around that.
Finally, the jewel on crown were your post-credit interviews :) Really thoughtful. It's nice to know the people behind the scenes and what they think of this video and experience personally. Great job guys.
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