I’m available to speak to your group about effective networking and more (click here). Check out some of the great reviews I’ve received below and then please feel free to contact me via email or phone to discuss your upcoming event or needs.

If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area, or are willing to pay all travel expenses, I will be happy to present in-person to select groups. Typically, in addition to my speaker’s fee, a minimum of 25 copies of “I’m at a Networking Event–Now What???” are purchased in advance (50 books for out-of-state events).

Note:  Publisher recommends that books are purchased at least 3 weeks in advance for the target number of attendees, and then each attendee receives a copy of the book for attending. Discounts from orders placed with the publisher (Happy About) start at 25 copies or see info below for larger quantities:

25-99 15% $16.96
100-499 20% $15.96
500+ 25% $14.96

Contact: questions@happyabout.info
Publisher needs 3 weeks to ship books.


November 2010
Sandy presented an excellent webinar on the “12 Rules of Effective Networking” for WITI (Women In Technology International).  Her book “I’m at a Networking Event – Now What???” was just ranked #1 on Inc.com’s 2010 Holiday Business Book Gift Guide, and based upon her webinar, I can understand why.  She covered all aspects of networking, from how to prepare to how to follow-up.  Congratulations Sandy on your book and your excellent webinar!  For anyone who needs to learn how to network more effectively or just needs to polish up their skills, she is a great resource.
Kathy Hill
Women in Technology International

I attended Sandy’s 12 Rules of Effective Networking webinar and received a wealth of knowledge. It’s a must for those looking to develop meaningful contacts and truly expand a trusted network of colleagues.
Lory Fraraccio-Kenney

June 2010
Sandy’s not comfortable with the title, “Guru” – but that’s exactly what she is… A networking GURU, with the moxie and insights to truly help people improve their networking skills. Sandy’s straightforward approach is a breath of fresh air, as it lets both her and anyone she’s consulting get to the heart of the matter and start solving problems. Sandy recently spoke with my networking group, and everyone left smarter than when they arrived.
Kelly Evans, Founder
One Connection Away

I attended a One Connection Away event and Sandy was the guest speaker back in July.  I really liked her – she was fantastic and so knowledgeable!!
– Louise

April 2010
Sandy, thanks for speaking at our expanded toast in April. You have great energy and are very personable. Hope to work with you again soon!
Thanks again,
Gabriella Buono
Director of Small Business Programs & Events at Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce

March 2010
Our first networking workshop was last week (the 2nd) and it was a success. Our primary goal was to provide people with tools for effective networking and that happened to a very enjoyable degree. Sandy Jones-Kaminski did a terrific job talking about how to start conversations effectively and de-mythologizing the whole networking process. She created a bookmark that has, what she refers to, as “Four Myths of Networking” which she shared with us. She then gave her audience some really useful phrases that can be for starting conversations. Those conversations then often lead to developing useful relationships; relationships where both sides have a sense of how they can help the other person.
Steve Paul
Notes from the Job Search

Sandy delivered an outstanding presentation for our college students on using Linked In for networking and job searches. She excels at targeting her material and engaging her audience with valuable insights and useful information. She is a delight to work with and I highly recommend her as your next speaker.
Karrie McCracken
Seattle Pacific University

Feb 2010
Sandy provided an outstanding presentation on Networking at the Roche Palo Alto Career Transition Center. She was engaging and high energy but most of all afterwards people kept saying, “now I can do this.” She gave very specific examples that allowed people to walk out and try what she suggested. She brought it to a very personal level and allowed people to lose their fear of networking!
Rebecca Kieler
hired Sandy as a Training/presentation in 2010

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