MID-CAREER CONVERSATIONS: THE BAMBOO CEILING AND HOW TO BREAK THROUGH IT.
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 17th from 6:30-9:00 p.m.
Location: San Marino Library, Community Room
Address: 1890 Huntington Drive, San Marino, CA 91108
Price $30 Early bird pricing until April 3rd. $35 Regular price after April 3rd.
Solina Kwan, Stanford ‘92, Co-Host for Stanford Asian Pacific American Alumni Club email@example.com
John Wang, Harvard ‘88, Co-Host for Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Host: Mo Fong, Stanford BS/MA, Harvard MBA
Co-Host: Buck Gee, Stanford BS/MSEE‘72, Harvard MBA ‘80, Ascend Foundation, Pan-Asian Leaders
Join SAPAAC & H4A for a talk from Buck Gee, Founder of the Ascend Foundation for Pan Asian Leaders and retired Vice President and General Manager of the Data Center Business Unit at Cisco. He will share the data from his study with Stanford University which showed Asian Americans are the least likely to be promoted at the middle management level and above. Mo Fong, Director of Google Technical Solutions for Assist and Search, will discuss practical tips for mid-career professionals and TOPPA, the program she helped start at Google to create community and overcome challenges in career progression for its Asian American employees.
Appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks will be served.