In the final installment of our three-part series, we’ve asked businesswomen Blaine Wilkes, Lindsey Pollak, Hannah Granade, and Victorian Ransom what they would do differently if they had to do it all over again. They’ve done the trial and error, so you don’t have to: tune in to find out how to make the best decisions for your career.
In the second installment of this three-part series, we’ve got undergrads in mind. Just starting out in your career? Our career superstars will spill the best job advice they’ve ever heard, so you can be ahead of the game.
Professionals with liberal arts backgrounds are some of the most successful and sought after candidates for many business industries. Hear from a panel of successful businesswomen that came from a liberal arts background on why they value their liberal arts background and why traditional business industries and roles are targeting liberal arts women to join their team.
So you’ve got a business degree and you’re ready to conquer the world—but how? What can you do with it? Well, according to our guests, just about anything you want. We’re chatting with Danielle Chaisson, investment banking VP at Jeffries LLC, Christine LaBarre, an association at McKinsey & Co., Neeraja Lammata, a brand/trade marketing manager at Cholula Food company, and Deirdre O’Donnell, a consultant at Propeller. Along with moderator Marlena Stevens, these ladies discuss everything from finance to pro sports marketing. Find out where they went after college and earning their MBAs, and let yourself be inspired to make your next big leap.
In this final episode we talked with a couple of women who are just beginning their careers: Chelsea Angle, an analyst in the financial institutions group at PNC, and Brittany Altimus, a management associate currently working in the technology group. Learn how to plan your career and get noticed.
Kate Jonas, managing director in BlackRock’s global client group, talks about interviewing, networking, and what BlackRock looks for in a new hire.