This year’s highlights include the Career Exposition, IAG Workshops for Students and Professionals, Mentoring Breakfast, Employer Showcases, the Leadership Summit Presented by Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) and the Benefit & Awards Dinner
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 03, 2015
AscendNAAMBA (National Association of Asian MBAs), Ascend's national non-profit organization for MBA/graduate professionals and students, is hosting its Annual Leadership Conference with Career Exposition in Washington D.C. on November 13-14, 2015. The Ascend Greater Washington Chapter is proud to collaborate with AscendNAAMBA to host this year's conference.
The Annual AscendNAAMBA Conference offers powerful professional development seminars, engaging networking sessions and a diversity Career Exposition geared towards providing Pan-Asian MBA and student job seekers an opportunity to connect directly with recruiters from global companies and across industries. For the AscendNAAMBA partners, this signature conference offers a top MBA talent acquisition platform, professional development opportunities for their employees, and unique branding for their organization.
This year’s highlights include the Career Exposition, IAG Workshops for Students and Professionals, Mentoring Breakfast, Employer Showcases, the Leadership Summit Presented by Women’s Leadership Council (WLC) and the Benefit & Awards Dinner. In addition, the Greater Washington Chapter will provide the attendees professional programming designed for all levels from students to young professionals at the entry to senior level executives. This year, AscendNAAMBA is honored to have many inspirational leaders speak at the conference, including Betty Lo, Vice President, Community Alliances & Consumer Engagement, Nielsen; Tina Hwang, Senior Vice President, PNC; Mark L. Keam, Delegate, Virginia’s 35th House District and Christy Murray, Director, Global Engagement Career Development Office, The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. AscendNAAMBA is especially humbled to receive a powerful message from U.S. Senator Mazie Hirono to be featured at the Mentoring Breakfast.
Jeff Chin, the Ascend National President, said, “Developing MBAs, students and professionals is a critical part of Ascend’s mission as a lifecycle organization and students are key in building future Pan-Asian leaders. I invite you to join the AscendNAAMBA Conference in our Nation’s capital to support our collective mission and experience the excitement first-hand!”
Some of the recruiting exhibitors at this year’s conference include: Booz Allen Hamilton, Hershey, Johnson & Johnson, MGM Resorts, PNC and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Other partners include: Thomson Reuters, Lyft, Mindtree, Nielsen, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School, and Charity partner St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
AscendNAAMBA (National Association of Asian MBAs), Ascend's national non-profit organization for MBA/Graduate professionals and students, is committed to the empowerment and advancement of Pan-Asian professionals and students, globally. AscendNAAMBA provides Competent, Committed, Competitive, and Collaborative global MBA leaders to fulfill diverse talent pipelines. To learn more, please visit: http://www.ascendnaamba.org
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