"NETWORKED: Keep Connecting"
Stanford, CA • April 10, 2010
85 Broads at Stanford offers quality events that any student, regardless of major or career path, can benefit from. In the past, we have hosted skills workshops (Excel, Photoshop), empowerment work...
Saturday, April 10, 2010 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDTTresidder Union, Stanford University
459 Lagunita Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
85 Broads at Stanford offers quality events that any student, regardless of major or career path, can benefit from. In the past, we have hosted skills workshops (Excel, Photoshop), empowerment workshops (Inner Productivity, Women & Confidence, Financial Literacy), speaker events, company visits, grad school panels, grad school exam prep sessions, interview and resume workshops, social mixers, among others. All our events are well-attended and well-acclaimed. This year, we are putting on our first conference: “Networked: Keep Connecting.” We hope you can put this premier conference on the global 85 Broads’ calendar as well as share this conference with all the 85 Broads members. We have a great lineup of speakers and are expecting over 200 Stanford students to attend! This is the ultimate networking conference at Stanford University.
Here are the details:
“NETWORKED: Keep Connecting”
Date: Saturday, April 10, 2010
Time: 11am – 3pm
Place: Tresidder Union, Stanford University
Anne Casscells, Managing Director of Aetos Capital; Co-President and CIO of Aetos Capital’s Absolute Return Strategies
Gary Kremen, Founder of Match.com
Stephanie Tilenius, VP of Google eCommerce
Janice Fraser, CEO of Adaptive Path
Tricia Tomlinson, SVP of Genomic Health
Mareza Larizadeh, Founder of Doostang
Peggy Li, Founder of Peggy Li Creations
Sharon Vosmek, CEO of Astia
Our website is http://85broads.stanford.edu.
During the conference, students can learn from inspirational leaders about the importance of networks; how successful leaders have formed and maintained their relationships; and how these connections have helped them achieve what they have to-date. Our current economic state, while full of uncertainty, still presents us with many opportunities to reach out and forge effectual bonds. Regardless of where you look, it is all about relationships – your relationship with your family and friends, employers and strangers. Networking, and the value of forming and maintaining a strong circle of contacts, has never been more important. We hope this conference can give students the tools to build or strengthen their own networks.
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