You can engage in many ways:
- Communities – choose divisions, sections and special interest groups
- Discussions – follow others, contribute, and initiate dialogue with members
- Members – search and ‘friend’ members – become a follower, conduct personal chats
- Events – local postings, webinars, conferences... all easy to find thru filters
- Video – postings by members on a variety of topics
- News – by ASQ, within Communities, and from ASQ Leadership
- Home – the things important to you via Your Communities
myASQ tip: Customizing your member profile allows you to add your bio, expertise and interests to help others find you when they're looking for help on a specific subject. You can also add a profile photo which has been proven to increase the reach of your professional network, both on- and offline. All populated fields reflect the information currently listed in your ASQ customer record.
New to GoToWebinar? Additional Tips and Tricks are located in the resources section of our myASQ community.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. All attendees participating in our webinars for at least 40 minutes are eligible for 0.1 RUs which will be distributed via email after completion of the webinar. A recorded copy of the original webinar will be published on both our YouTube channel and our myASQ community as soon as possible after the event.
John has been a full-time member of ASQ since 1987, after sporadic membership in the 10 years prior. He is an ASQ Fellow and has served on the Greater Fort Worth Section’s Leadership Committee since 1997 in various positions, including multiple terms as Section Chair. He’s been active on the HD&L Leadership Council for over 10 years. Recently, John has been engaged as a SAC member in the Transformation activities regarding the Technologies available to units and members. He holds multiple ASQ Certifications and teaches the CMQ, CQPA, CSQP and SSGB classes in the DFW area. He is a Master Black Belt, owning his own consulting company, Key Quality since 1999. His experience has taken him from a stock-handler, to Quality inspector and technician, continuing to Quality Engineer, Supplier Quality Manager, QMS Manager, Continuous Improvement Manager, and MBB in Motorola, Nokia, and AT&T. Various consulting gigs have given him additional experience in multiple other companies and industries. As John has “grown up in quality”, he can speak to the changes he has seen in his career spanning over 30 years.