Global MBA Women in Business: MBA Alumnae Panel in Asia Pacific/India

December 11, 2012
7:00pm EST

Regardless of where you live, the nature of business today is global. MBA Women are forging their careers working in major cities around the world. Whether you’re looking to take your career to the next level, start your own venture, or change careers all together, an MBA gives you the skills, confidence and know-how to make it happen.

Attend this webinar to hear from successful MBA alumnae who consider Asia Pacific or India their home region and work and live around the world.

Moderated by:

Janet Raiffa
Associate Director, MBA Career Education and Advising, Columbia Business School
MA, Columbia University
Janet Raiffa has over 15 years of experience hiring undergraduates, graduate students and laterals for internships and careers in consulting, banking, and law. From 2009 to 2011 she coached MBA candidates at Columbia Business School, Wharton and Yale SOM on resume and cover letter writing, interview skills and mastering the corporate recruiting process. In 2011 she became a permanent member of Columbia Business School’s Career Management Center, where she focuses on advising students interested in investment banking, and serves as a liaison to the Investment Banking and Wealth Management Clubs.

Panelists include:

Stuti Sureka
Manager of Strategic Initiatives, Cognizant Technology Solutions
MBA 2010, Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business
Home Country: India

Masooma Mir
Associate, RBS Global Banking & Markets
MBA 2008, University of Rochester, Simon School of Business
Home Country: Pakistan

Joicy Lu
Manager, Transaction Advisory Services, Ernst & Young
MBA 2007, SMU Cox School of Business
Home Country: China

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