Our ambition is to enhance and improve connections between our community of 1,500+ Berkeley-Haas alums in the Tri-state area (expanding to the wider community of UC Berkeley alums interested in business).
PREPARING YOUR CHILDREN FOR HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE, CAREER, PERSONAL SUCCESS…WITH TRUE JOY & PASSION
An Evening with Jason Ma, Preeminent Gen Z Mentor, Acclaimed Author, Forbes Contributor, Leading Member of the B20/G20 Employment and Education Task Force and UC Berkeley Alum
The Berkeley Haas Alumni Network is excited to sponsor this event in collaboration with Pepper Hamilton LLP.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2018
6.30 – 7:00pm Welcome Reception
7:00 – 7:05pm Introduction by Andrew Hulsh, Partner, Pepper Hamilton
7.05 – 8.05pm Keynote by and Q&A with Jason Ma
8:05 – 8.30pm Networking and Close
This is a unique opportunity to hear Jason Ma speak and network with Jason and
fellow alumni and friends.
Pepper Hamilton LLP
The New York Times Building, 37 th Floor
620 Eighth Avenue, New York, NY 10018-1405
About Jason Ma
Jason Ma is an influential G20 business and education leader. Jason is not only a
foremost college admissions, career, and personal success mentor to Gen Z leaders
but also a trusted strategic advisor and rainmaker to C-suite leaders of global
enterprises. In addition, Jason is a sought-after keynote speaker and masterclass
leader represented by top speakers bureaus, including the Harry Walker Agency.
In this talk, the compassionate Gen Z mentor and fellow parent in Jason will be
fully unleashed to inspire and enlighten you. Jason will share stories and tips on
how your children can achieve great life-stage outcomes (e.g. college admissions
and career paths), enhance employable (and entrepreneurial) mindsets and skill
sets, and live fulfilling lives… with deeper appreciation for and good relationships
with parents and outside of family. He’ll advise on what it takes to succeed—and
be happy—as a high-achieving high schooler, an elite college applicant, a college
student, a rising leader, and an early careerist making real impact.
Currently, Jason serves as Founder, CEO and Chief Mentor of ThreeEQ Inc., a
trusted strategic advisory firm that drives select high-net-worth families and enterprises
worldwide to succeed in elite college admissions, next-generation leadership careers,
and global business growth. He has a distinctive track record of helping students
get admitted to Ivy League schools (Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth,
Harvard, Penn/Wharton, Princeton, and Yale), Stanford, MIT, Caltech,
Georgetown, UC Berkeley, Williams, Oxford, and all other elite institutions, as
well as thrive in college and get into lucrative career paths.
Jason is a former tech executive who has chosen to dedicate his second career to
prepare young leaders to gain admission to elite universities and to thrive in
college and career— and in life with sustainable happiness. Jason is the
acclaimed author of Young Leaders 3.0: Stories, Insights, and Tips for Next-
Generation Achievers. He is a former Forbes contributor on next-generation
leadership and entrepreneurship, innovative higher education, mentorship, and
elite college admissions (2011-16, with over 1 million views). He has been
featured in top media including CNBC Asia (Managing Asia and Squawk Box),
Business Rockstars, Fast Company, iHeartMedia, and other top media.
With an incisive global perspective, Jason also serves as a leading member of the
Employment and Education Task Force of the B20, which is the private sector’s
voice of the G20 and which recommends policies to G20 Leaders (heads of state)
and governments on behalf of the entire G20 business community. To learn more
about Jason, visit http://ThreeEQ.com/about/people/.
About Pepper Hamilton
We appreciate the generosity of PEPPER HAMILTON LLP in hosting this event.
Pepper Hamilton LLP counsels each client as if it were our only client. With more
than 425 lawyers in 13 offices across the United States, we use the unique skills
and talents of our people, the breadth of our practices, and the depth of our
experience to deliver powerful solutions to clients’ legal and business issues. The
firm was founded in 1890. Our firm has grown from a two-person law office
formed in Philadelphia to a large, sophisticated law firm with a national and
international practice. While much about Pepper is new and different from its
beginnings, we retain traditional values passed down through the decades:
respect for the rule of law, pride in an excellent work product and commitment to
the client’s cause. Today, Pepper Hamilton is a diverse firm of men and women
from a broad spectrum of backgrounds, united in these values.
Space is limited so please RSVP early (early bird tickets until Nov 23 rd )
Your ticket to this private event includes a fine selection of hors d’oeuvres and an
Join fellow Berkeley Haas alums, significant others, current & prospective students, guests and friends for an evening of networking, socializing and fun at a fantastic location in the heart of Midtown.
This is the perfect way to network with alumni, including meeting new people and catching up with old friends.
Your ticket to this private party includes 1 hour of passed canapes (hors d’oeuvres) and 2 hours of open bar (wine, beer and soft drinks).
Space is limited so please RSVP early (early bird tickets until November 20th, limited availability for Super early bird)
We look forward to seeing you and your significant other there – don’t miss it!
Berkeley-Haas Alumni Chapter in NYC
How to scan the web for consumer insights?
How to target customers at the individual level?
How to reduce customer acquisition costs?
How to facilitate successful virtual meetings?
How to recruit more efficiently?
How to connect 3D technologies to hardware applications?
How to protect from cyber threats?
Smart manufacturing, Supply chain control
Real-time field service management
How to digitally augment the shopping experience in stores?
How to use A.I. for regulatory/legal compliance?
Where: Capgemini Applied Innovation Exchange, 79 Fifth Ave, NY NY
When: Monday, September 17th, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Use code UCBERKELEY for 50% off!
The Berkeley Haas Alumni Network in NYC invites you to a professional and social networking event in Midtown!
Join fellow Berkeley-Haas alums, current & prospective students, significant others, guests and friends for an evening of networking at a fantastic location in the heart of Midtown.
This is the perfect way to network with alumni while enjoying the view over Times Square from the Microsoft Technology Center outside terrace.
Ticket includes hors d’oeuvres and beverages.
Space is limited so please RSVP early via Eventbrite!
We look forward to seeing you there – don’t miss it!
DATE AND TIME
Tue, August 7, 2018, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Microsoft Technology Center, 11 Times Square, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10036
$30 early bird, $35 regular
Panel Discussion on Driving African Innovation with Haas ’99 alumni Patrick Awuah and Nina Marini
The McNulty Foundation in partnership with Ashesi Foundation will be hosting a reception and panel discussion entitled Driving African Innovation – The urgent need for ethics and entrepreneurship in higher education.
To spark innovation across Africa, today’s university students must gain foundational skills in ethics and entrepreneurship. Join them June 7th for a discussion on nurturing these abilities through higher education. Panelists include Ashesi President Patrick Awuah MBA ’99, MIT Professor Emeritus Phillip Clay, and Leading Ladies’ Network Founder Yawa Hansen-Quao. The Moderator is Ashesi Co-Founder Nina Marini MBA ’99.
The Harvard Club
35 W 44th St.
New York, NY 10036
Thursday, June 7th from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM
To confirm your attendance and receive directions, email Ashesi Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206.545.6988.
Date: Tuesday, May 1
We’re always keen to recruit new volunteers for our Board and Chapter so if you are interested in getting involved, please get in touch with one of our team members.
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Co-Presidents: Chris Nuttall, MBA ’02 • Pooja Saksena, MFE ’06 • Alex Pederson, MBA ’12
President-Elect: Judy Chou, BS ’96
Treasurer: Martin Szczepanik, MBA ’18
Secretary: Tiffany Miao, BS ’06
Co-VP Communications and Marketing: Jacob Berman, BA ’07 • Caitlyn Kuan, BA ’98
VP Student Outreach: Owen Corso, MBA ’17
VP Social: Joyie Zhang
VP Professional and Career Development: Jabril Bensedrine, Post Doc ’02
Venue Scout: Vacant
Finance: Pooja Saksena, MFE ’06 • Amy Prager, BS ’99 • Raja Khanna, MBA ’04 • Samir Mathur, MBA ’93
Real Estate: Neil Seth, MFE ’05
Health Care / Life Sciences / Medical Devices: Tanya Shah, MBA/MPH ’04 • Alind Sahay, MBA ’00
Media, Technology & Entrepreneurship: Caitlyn Kuan, BA ’98 • Alex Abelin, BS ’05 • Zach Stevens, BS ’08 • Michael Lapin, BS ’08
Marketing: Jeanne Washington, MBA ’00
Consulting: Chris Nuttall MBA ’02
Retail, Consumer: Chris Nuttall, MBA ’02