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Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event
Log on to learn the different paths you can take to make a social impact in your career. From a traditional non-profit to corporate social responsibility to impact investing, there are so many ways to move society forward while finding career satisfaction, success, and reaching your goals. Whether you are just starting out on your career journey, founding your own socially-minded company, or switching industries after years in the workforce, our alumni experts will guide us through their experiences so YOU can discover how to align your paycheck with your personal purpose. Featured Alumni Panelists: • Liz Ngonzi MMH ’89, Founder / Executive Director, The International Social Impact Institute (ISII) at Hunter College and international educator, speaker, executive coach, and consultant will discuss the different paths to making a social impact. • Lauren Braun HumEc ’11, Founder, Alma Sana & Business Development Manager, Quartet Health will talk about her founding journey, working a full time job that aligns with her purpose, and how she found her purpose in the first place. • Dan Schiff A&S ’05, Assistant Director, Institutional Development, Martha’s Table Moderated by: Mike Bishop, director of student leadership, Office of Engagement Initiatives, Cornell University REGISTER THROUGH ZOOM FOR THE LINK: https://cornell.zoom.us/webinar/register/7916067658414/WN_z33nzbxsQsaV_qWBjQzE_Q
Thank you for your interest! Be sure to register through Zoom to ensure you have access to the event. If you are unable to attend live, the session will be recorded.
If you'd like to check out the websites or profiles of our wonderful panelists, feel free to explore:
· Liz Ngonzi MMH ’98, Founder and Executive Director, The International Social Impact Institute (ISII) at Hunter College and international educator, speaker, executive coach, and consultant Read more >>
· Moderated by: Mike Bishop, director of student leadership, Office of Engagement Initiatives, Cornell University Read more >>