An Evening With John E. Kobara
Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 6:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
Join Us for an Evening with John E. Kobara
Thursday, September 20, 2012
Pre-registration begins at 5:15 pm
Event will start promptly at 6:00 pm
$10 Pre-sale for YPN/JANM Members
$15 Pre-sale for non-members
$25 at the door
Please join us on Tuesday, September 20, 2012 for a special evening featuring keynote speaker, John E. Kobara, Executive Vice President & COO of the California Community Foundation, one of America’s largest foundations with over $1 billion in assets. Mr. Kobara is a reknown speaker around the world, having conducted hundreds of workshops and presentations for Fortune 500 corporations, leading businesses, universities, professional associations, non-profits, and community organizations. His overall focus has been on the development and retention of talent through the acquisition of professional and personal life skills. The ability to mentor, be mentored, and to effectively network are essential competencies for today’s successful leadership and management. Mr. Kobara will provide key insights into maximizing your professional & personal development, unlocking your career potential, the importance of networking, philanthropy, and pursuing your passions.
For more information on Mr. Kobara, please visit www.swiveltime.com/about-john.html.
Organized by: JANM New Leadership Advisory Council
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Japanese American National Museum Young Professionals Network
The Young Professionals Network (YPN) furthers the mission of the Japanese American National Museum through philanthropic and social activities by connecting people in their 20s, 30s and 40s with a diverse and professional network that supports the growth of the Japanese American community. It provides young professionals with opportunities for community building, volunteering, fundraising, outreach and engagement. The YPN is governed by the New Leadership Advisory Council (NLAC) of the Japanese American National Museum.