Thursday, April 17, 2014,First Presbyterian Church
of New Canaan, 178 Oenoke Ridge Road, New Canaan, CT, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m., New
Canaan CaTS: " The Three-Pronged Simultaneous Search"
New Canaan CATS Alumni, Peter
Cahill, will present “The Three-Pronged Simultaneous Search” to the CATS Group.
Mr. Cahill has over thirty years of real-life work experience from
which he developed his thoughts. Peter will talk about selling your transferable
skills and also becoming open minded about exploring more entrepreneurial
ventures. Since Peter has successfully done this in his own career, he feels
that it should be a necessary component for anyone currently in transition or
anyone that is considering a career change.
Mr. Cahill was first introduced to the CATS team in 1996, when he
was outplaced through Goodrich & Sherwood- Schegg Division, now called The
Schegg Group in Shelton, CT. Peter ran the Finance Lead Group while at Schegg,
and was also active in the Marketing and Executive Lead Groups. Peter has
previously spoken at CATS and The Trinity Group in Southport, CT. Peter enjoys
helping people improve their lives, and in making the world a better place by
reaching out to help those most in need.
After graduating from Villanova University with a BSBA in Finance,
Mr. Cahill earned his MBA in Marketing from the University of Bridgeport, CT.
Peter entered the investment management field after a career in corporate
financial planning and analysis. He has been with United Technologies
Corporation, Thomson Publishing Corporation and People’s United Bank, formerly
People’s Bank. Then, he transitioned to Merrill Lynch, AG Edwards and Charles
Schwab before finally going independent five years ago. Peter is an Investment
Advisor Representative with Trust Advisory Group.
CaTS workshops are held on
Thursdays twice a month throughout the year.".
alternates between St. Mark’s Episcopal (first meeting of the month) and
First Presbyterian (second meeting of the month).
Workshops begin promptly
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here - meetings are usually held at St. Mark's Episcopal church on the
first Thursday of the month and at the First Presbyterian Church of New Canaan
on the third Thursday of the month except as noted.