Graduating into Covid-19-Advice and Strategies from Alumni
This is part of our new remote coaching lab series. See the full schedule and descriptions here.
This program connects to the SAIL domain of Professional & Personal Effectiveness.
A panel of '08,09 and '10 alums, who graduated during a major recession, will share their stories, best advice, lessons learned and strategies for navigating the start of your career during an uncertain time.
Topic: Career Strategies for Challenging Times: Advice From Alumni
Time: Jun 10, 2020 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Alexandra Avila, DMSB '10 Co-founder, Reya Communications
Alexandra is co-founder of New York based Reya Communications, a public relations agency for luxury and lifestyle brands in hospitality and travel. Prior to Reya, Avila was President of JG Black Book, where she led the luxury travel consulting firm's international offices in New York City, London, São Paulo and Buenos Aires.
Curtis Chambers, CPS'03, MS'05, MS'09, Owner, Chambers Enterprises
BS in Business Administration, Masters in Information Systems, and a Masters in Global Studies and International Affairs
Curtis currently pursues a dual career path that includes music and technology consulting. As an artist he composes, produces, and is a singer-songwriter. As a consultant he specializes in collaboration, datacenter, and cloud systems and products. Kleonis is the artist name on his music and Kleonis Gear? is his brand of custom designs and merchandise. He is a triple Husky with a BS in Business Administration, a MS in Information Systems, and a MS in Global Studies and International Affairs.
Mary Beth Nevulis, AS'08, Associate Vice President?Content, Finn Partners
Mary Beth is a professional wordsmith with deep experience in b2b content creation and strategy and management and content marketing. In her current role, she ghostwrites for technology-focused PR clients and provides strategic counsel based on her years of experience in b2b journalism. Prior to her role at Finn Partners, she was the content manager for Tech Image, a technology-focused PR firm based in Chicago, and the managing editor of Storm Water Solutions, a trade magazine focused on water management.
She has a MS in Journalism from Northwestern University and a BA in English with a minor in History from Northeastern. Her first "real job" upon graduating from Northeastern was at her co-op.
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