SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS

Selected  Past Speaking Engagements

  • Career Exploration
    Thursday, April 29, 2014 | University of Washington
    Seattle, Washington
  • Servers | Technical Disciplines and Business Imperatives
    Saturday, January 18, 2014 | Young Engineering Professionals of Puget Sound
    Seattle, Washington
    Event Details | SEAW Newsletter
  • Career Exploration
    Thursday, May 30, 2013 | University of Washington
    Seattle, Washington
  • Leveraging Web and Social Media for Professional Development
    Saturday, April 6, 2013 | University of Washington
    Seattle, Washington
    Slides
  • How I got to Where I am Today
    Wednesday, February 20, 2013 | NAAAP / University of Washington
    Seattle, Washington

 

Community Activities

  • Judge, 2015 Business Plan Competition, University of Washington Foster School of Business Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship
  • Director of Mentorship Program, Science & Engineering Business Association, University of Washington
  • Marketing Co-Chair, 2011 Global Social Entrepreneurship Competition  University of Washington Foster School of Business Global Business Center

 

Teaching

  • Program for Technology Commercialization | BIO EN 504 / ENGR 498
    A graduate level program of courses targeted towards engineering students who are interested in turning research into technology that will become a viable product and startup company.  I worked closely with Professors Matthew O’Donnell (Dean of Engineering) and Buddy Ratner (Professor of Bioengineering).

 

Communities

Some communities I founded.  I am currently in the process of transforming these formerly web-only groups into communities through brick-and-mortar events and connections.

  • Second Generation Entrepreneur Network is a community of young professionals who are involved in a family business or run their own businesses.
  • Washington Career Network – Creating a networking community of over 2,000 professionals and students in the Greater Seattle area
  • HongKongers – Network of Hong Kong people across global cities starting with Seattle, Washington

 

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