The Gut to Choose!
Who are you? Who do you want to be?!
This is A diverse career panel
inviting gutsy speakers from different backgrounds to show you the possibilities in career paths, the courage to choose what you really want, and the perseverance to fight for it.
We also have several undergraduates from different disciplines to share their stories of struggles, dedication and inspirations.
Thursday, May 28th, 7-9pm
First Floor Common, HUB
––– Panelists –––
Wilson has had a broad performing career inclusive of concert dance, t.v., commercials, voice overs, and the Broadway stage. He now teaches at the University of Washington, and will serve as the Director of the Musical Theater Program beginning the Fall of 2015.
Molly left her job as Executive Director of Music for America to start Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream, and now works to make the world better, one scoop at a time by advocating for worker’s rights, supporting local farms and spreading joy with delicious ice cream.
Geeman left his job at a major computer company to create BitTitan. With his incredible vision and mission, great care of his employees and customers, BitTitan is now one of the fastest growing tech start-ups in Seattle.
Rachel works as an Associate Professor in the University of Washington Anthropology department. She is also an advocate for prenatal care, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, women’s health and development.
Di fearlessly quits her high-tech corporate job and steps into talent development as a professional life and career coach and entrepreneur.
“Sometimes, a stop can be a fresh start for a bigger picture.”