A question that often comes up when talking to people that are approaching retirement is “What do I do next, and how do I evaluate the opportunities that become available to me upon retirement or the transitioning out of a role in a big corporation”?
Today’s guest, John Tortorici, is going to help field these questions, and more. We’re going to learn how he evaluates opportunities and how he would recommend selecting a non-profit that meshes with your experience and the type of work you like to do.
Passion is what drives him. As a father and grandfather, he loves kids and finds it heartening to see them learn and grow. He’s retired 5 times, then made a move into something else that sparked his interest and his desire to see kids succeed.
John Tortorici is Chair of the Board of Directors at TechStart, a non-profit in Oregon that is dedicated to providing teacher training and student enrichment in the fields of engineering, information technology, and computer science. He is on the advisory boards for Portland Community College BioScience Department and for the Oregon Computer Science Teachers Association. John is a judge at ORTOP, a volunteer driver for the Rose Parade, a Volunteer/Mentor at the alternative Rosemary Anderson High School, and a consulting coach to a CEO of a large company and a VP of sales.
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