YaleWomen Presents...Who, When, and Where: The Essentials of Networking

In today's hybrid work environment, making connections is more important than ever. Whether you're a new graduate looking for your first job or a seasoned professional taking her career to the next level, YaleWomen invites you to this hands-on workshop. Laura Brennan (YC '88) will offer practical advice and strategic tips on when, how, and why to network, and of course with whom. The discussion will include time for audience Q&A. Afterwards, there will be an optional half hour networking session for those who want to meet fellow Yalies and apply what they've learned in real time!

REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/YWNtwkg

Expert Panelist:

Laura Brennan, Pitch Consultant and Author, YC ’88

Laura’s eclectic career includes almost every storytelling medium, from theater, television, and film to web series, short stories, and video games. Her children’s picture book, Nana Speaks Nanese, tackles the confusing changes brought on by memory loss in a reassuring and straightforward way. It’s the book she wishes she’d had when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and she hopes it will help other families with young children. As a pitch consultant, Laura has helped everyone from film producers and TV executives to entrepreneurs, non-profits, and job-seekers talk about themselves and their projects. Networking is her superpower.

Find out more at PitchingPerfectly.com

Organizers and Moderators:

Hope Hanley, Equity Research Associate, Westwood Global Investments, YC ‘17

Hope Hanley is a 2017 graduate of Yale College. Originally from Dover, Massachusetts, Hope currently resides in Boston and works as an Equity Research Associate at Westwood Global Investments. Hope joined Westwood Global after spending three years in investment banking at Lazard. A proud former member of the Yale Women's Lacrosse Team, Hope enjoys staying close to Yale and currently serves as a Class Agent for the Yale Alumni Fund, conducts interviews on behalf of the Undergraduate Admissions Department and is an active member of the Yale Lacrosse Alumni Association.

Claudia Rosenthal, Student, Columbia Business School, YC ’08, MMus ‘14

Claudia is about to complete her first year at Columbia Business School and will spend her summer as an intern at Deloitte Consulting in New York. Prior to her time at business school, she was a professional opera singer who performed in operas, recitals, concert halls, and music festivals in the United States and abroad, including the Tanglewood Music Center, Wolf Trap Opera, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Carnegie Hall, and the Paris Arts Arena. Claudia has garnered multiple international vocal awards from the George London Foundation, the Matheus Sullivan Foundation, the Metropolitan National Council Auditions, and the Richard F. Gold Career Grant. She has degrees from both Yale College and the Yale School of Music and is a Governing Council Member of YaleWomen.

REGISTER HERE: https://tinyurl.com/YWNtwkg

May 03, 2022 at 6:00pm - 7:30pm

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