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SUMMARY:The Value of Global Competence: Views from Young Professionals
DESCRIPTION:About the Program: Join four young professionals (31-40) and learn how curiosity and exposure to international ideas\, education and experiences have led to different outcomes. Whether it’s working for a local non-profit on a global problem or in D.C.\, volunteer work here or abroad\, or the twists and turns of establishing unexpected careers\, these panelists have stories to tell. What motivates them and what matters to them on this one planet we all share? You’ll hear something about their world views and concerns as well as the possibilities global competency and cultural understanding created for them and can for you. Most importantly they will have plenty of time to answer your questions and concerns about your future in the world. \nThis panel discussion will be moderated by Deborah Schultz\, Advisory Board member at the World Affairs Council of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky and founder of Trans-Borders Solutions. \nPanelists Include: \nDavid Crookham— Major in the US Marine Corps Reserve \nMeagan Hawkins– Communications Director at The Chertoff Group \nThomas Schultz– Data and Program Manager at Green Umbrella \nLindley Winchester— Senior Language Engineer at Amazon \nYou can find more information about our panelists here.
CATEGORIES:Conference,Global Education,US Education,Virtual Seminar