I hope this note finds you all doing well and enjoying
I heard recently that September is Intergeneration Month.
I had a good idea of what this would mean, but, being the above average
investigator that I am, I took to Google to dig a bit more:
“The Intergenerational Foundation launched
Intergeneration Month, held each September, to connect generations and to
prompt folks from varying age groups to befriend and learn from each other.”
This reminded me of success I quickly found early in my
career as an investigator once I allowed my fresh-out-of-college, go-get-em’,
tech friendly ways to meld with the know-how of a couple of ”old-school
investigator” colleagues, who were less computer literate than I was, but had
some of the best investigative skills, intuition, and experience around, as
well as what seemed like unlimited contacts in the field.
OBI membership is made up of such a diverse group of
people; while naturally OBI is an intergenerational group and diverse in the
geographical areas we represent, we are also incredibly diverse in our
backgrounds and experiences. The collective knowledge within this group is vast
and often goes untapped. Do not be afraid to think outside of a geographically
driven box when you want to reach out to membership. I would like challenge you
to reach out to membership with questions or for support on a specific case
type or topic. Please take full advantage of the resources offered simply by
the knowledge this group possesses.
Jim Easoz OBI President
About the OBI:
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