When Jessica Baier first arrived at Macalester, she was convinced that she would one day work for the FBI and profile serial killers. What she discovered is that her mind just didn't work that way. But, when she enrolled in a course in the Economics Department, she found her passion. She is now working for Deloitte Consulting in Minneapolis as a business analyst.
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A memorable trip with the H gurls celebrating Nikki's wedding, Pam's birthday and 19+ years of friendship. We miss you Luz, Danna, Sheila and Kikay but you were all in our thoughts during our day by day adventures. The beauty of the north side of the country is just beyond words to describe. We are blessed to have each other despite the time, distance and the different paths we took in our lives. We will definitely come back and venture out the south side of New Zealand. As for now, we will cherish the new memories we've created in this journey. Enjoy!
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Critically acclaimed author Azar Nafisi was the featured speaker at Claremont McKenna’s 68th Annual Commencement Ceremony, held May 16 on Pritzlaff Field. Nafisi, who also received an honorary degree from CMC, urged graduates to use their liberal arts education to disrupt or “disturb the peace” and avoid complacency. “This is the main function of knowledge,” she said. “It is here to … provoke you to not only question the world but in fact pose yourselves as a question mark, to shed your prejudices, your assumptions, your presumptions about the world.” Class speaker Clancy Tripp ’15 told the assembled graduates: “We have changed what it means to be a CMCer. We have started the tough conversations about sexual assault and social policies. We have taken the athletic teams to new and unbelievable levels of success. We have started organizations and clubs and movements and businesses. We have tried to find meaning and comfort after the loss of one of our own. We have been each other’s families when we needed it the most and when it wasn’t easy. We have kept the parts of ourselves that drew us here but we have grown into adults and leaders.” President Hiram Chodosh told graduates: “Small acts change the world. Small courageous acts that align principle, value, and purpose with the needs of others. That will help you lead a life of greater meaning and success in all you seek to achieve.” The ceremony included the singing of “Claremont McKenna,” led by Registrar Elizabeth Morgan, the traditional Latin salutation by Nicholas Weiss ’15 and Kayla Nonn ’15, the alumni greeting by CMCAA President John D. McDowell ’79 and closing remarks by Abigail Michaelsen ’15.
EY är ett världsledande företag inom revision, redovisning, skatt, transaktioner och rådgivning. Våra tjänster och insikter hjälper till att skapa förtroende och hållbar tillväxt på finansmarknader och i ekonomier världen över. För att hålla våra löften till våra intressenter utvecklar vi ledare och medarbetare som arbetar i team över gränserna. Vi vill att allt vi gör ska bidra till att affärsvärlden och arbetslivet fungerar bättre -- för våra medarbetare, våra kunder och de samhällen vi verkar i.
2017 IST Spring Commencement Eisenhower Auditorium State College, PA
HOUSTON, September 28, 2015—Asia Society Texas Center launched the Women’s Leadership Series with its inaugural program: “In Conversation: Powerful Women Making a Global Impact.” The sold-out luncheon featured Dr. Anne Chao (Philanthropist and Professor), Donna Cole (President and CEO, Cole Chemical) and Y. Ping Sun (First Lady, Rice University; Counsel, Yetter Coleman, LLP) and was moderated by Stephanie Mehta, (Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg Businessweek). The women shared stories of their childhood, prejudices they overcame, successes, and their views on how women can continue to push for equality in the workplace regardless of gender or race. In the U.S., female representation on boards and in C-suite positions is declining. According to Anne Chao, “the problem is the social arrangement…if women are to advance at the same rate as men, men must take over more of the home responsibilities.” The ladies also discussed the value they put on philanthropy and mentorship. Y. Ping Sun noted,“Premier Zhou Enlai was my role model, I too can be a people’s ambassador and connect people. Giving back to the community is my responsibility…I’ve been given so much since I came America.” Despite struggles, the women agreed that when one door closes and two open. Donna Cole said, “Failure is practice for success. You have to fail to learn. The biggest, most expensive lessons are the best lessons you will never forget.” This program was the first of the series; future programs will feature luminaires Elaine Chao (24th U.S. Secretary of Labor) and Lulu Wang (CEO of Tupelo Capital Management). The goal of WLS is to inspire, educate, and empower women by learning from established leaders across the globe. The Women’s Leadership Series is made possible through generous support from presenting sponsors Anne and Albert Chao, Nancy T. Chang, and ExxonMobil. Lead funding provided by Nancy C. Allen, and BP America, with additional support from Cathay Bank, the Mandy Kao Foundation, Paula Hinton, Teri and Jeff Lee, Amegy Bank, and United Airlines. Generous funding also provided by the Friends of Business & Policy at Asia Society Texas Center, a premier group of individuals and organizations committed to bringing the best in public programming. Read more at http://asiasociety.org/texas/local-leaders-share-personal-and-professional-successes-inaugural-womens-leadership-program#19tJlKTYMWQBzIcw.99
Kenji Yoshino, author of Covering: The Hidden Assault on Our Civil Rights, talks about slipping into depression during college and outlines his struggle to become the man he is today. For speaking engagements, Yoshino is represented by The Lavin Agency. Read more: http://www.thelavinagency.com/speaker-kenji-yoshino.html