Weathering today’s turbulent sea of change takes a unique formula – the past wisdom of Asia, current technology and a vision for the future. “P.O.W. – Pearls of Wisdom,” four and a half hours packed with experts, East and West, past and future, will help steer that course, not by serving up the same self-help recipe on a different plate, but by guiding you in creating your future to meet the global challenges ahead. The world is changing, but inroads by women in corporate America have increased by less than 4 percent in the last 50 years. It’s even less for Asian women. This program takes the Zen, respect and centric balance of Asian culture combined with an emphasis on the future to create greater balance today in pursuit of your dream. How to recognize innovative ideas, capitalize on being Asian and female and enroll your mentor in YOUR dream is a playbook you can apply in personal and professional life. Topics include “Innovation and Female Leadership,” “Finding a Mentor Who Will Be Your Soul Mate,” “Programming the Mind for Virtual Reality,” “Being Asian – the Good and the Bad,” and more. Parking is free and lunch is included in the price of admission.
Presenters: Barbara Bry, COO Blackbird Ventures, "Social Entrepreneurship in the 21st Century;" Dr. Louise Kelly, author and professor of management stratecgy, "The Feminine Mystique and Innovation;" Maya Hu-Chan, global leadership executive coach, "Why Diversity and Inclusiveness;" Rosalynn Carmen, president Asian Heritage Society and CEO Dreamality VR, "Virtual Reality and the Mind - The New Frontier."
Panel Topics: Make Your Mentor Your Soul Mate, Careers in VR and Other Technologies, Being Woman and Asian, Panel Moderators: Kirin Macapugay, Director API Community Actions San Diego; Dr. Thao Ha, chair Department of Sociology Mira Costa College; Jenn Duong, founder Women in VR.
Co-organized by Kirin Macapugay, API Community Actions
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Register now at reduced rate of $49. After Sept. 1 - $79.