If you are interested in attending a conference with influential speakers, useful and practical workshops, Career fair, and interesting people from all over the globe then NASALSA is the place to be. Come out February 15-17 to Los Angeles and learn about the Legal South Asian World as well as make great connections.
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We’re looking for people to scope out the hottest young talent in the professional and non-profit world. We’re seeking smart people to identify and get in touch with young professionals breaking age barriers in their company, starting their own companies or non-profit organizations, doing the corporate thing by day and moonlighting as something totally different at night or those young professionals that channel their passions towards interesting non-profit ventures.
The CulturalConnect has been fortunate enough to have been recognized in top tier media lately. Have you seen us in the news? You can check us out on CNN’s ‘Young People Who Rock’ segment, Newsweek’s Cover Story on American Dreamers, Continental Magazine’s Ideamakers, Center Network’s Start-up Tips and Lindsey Pollak’s New Book ‘Getting from College to Career’.
We’re looking for people to scope out the hottest young talent in the professional world. We’re seeking smart people to identify and get in touch with young professionals breaking age barriers in their company, starting their own companies, doing the corporate thing by day – moonlighting as something totally different at night and perhaps even breaking down stereotypes with their career choice.
Welcome to the launch of The AfricanaConnect – your destination to learn about inspiring young professionals and changemakers from the African-American community and African diaspora. You’re reading this because you have at some point signed up for our free, weekly e-magazine or some wonderful person has referred you to our site! The AfricanaConnect is now the fifth magazine that we here at The CulturalConnect publish for the global young professional community. We don’t just highlight success – we have a track record of redefining what it means to be successful in various ethnic Diasporas.
Our AfricanaConnect team has dug through unmarked offices and have used untraditional methods to find undiscovered young talent. We’ll be profiling young entrepreneurs on their rise to success, individuals climbing up the corporate ladder breaking age/gender barriers, humanitarian workers giving life to a new world, rock stars changing how music is heard, geneticists on the verge of a major breakthrough, writers that don’t scare easily from taboos, and many, many more. I hope that you find as much value as our current readers of our other magazines have found.
I encourage you read through our first set of interviews, utilize our ConnectionPoint tool to connect with our profilees, comment and let your thoughts be heard and, of course, encourage your friends and colleagues to sign up as well. If you, or someone you know, is a young superstar – we want to hear about them!
We’re happy to announce that the newest member of The CulturalConnect family is launching this week! The AfricanaConnect is your free weekly e-magazine about under 35 successful young professionals in the for-profit and not-for-profit African Diaspora. Sign up today!
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Indian Women Empowered (IWE) and Stanford University presents an “Inside Track to Professional Success” Workshop. If you live in the Bay Area or Silicon Valley in California, mark your calendars for June 9th, 2007 (830am-200pm PT).
Come learn from and network with successful South Asian women entrepreneurs. The CulturalConnect’s very own Executive Director, Sumaya Kazi, a BusinessWeek Top 10 Entrepreneur Under 25, will be presenting the event’s keynote.
Following her, is a lineup of amazing entrepreneurial women that includes:
Deepika Bajaj CEO, Founder Invincibelle.com
Neerja Raman Senior Fellow at Stanford University, (Fmr). Director HP Labs, Author
Lakshmi Pratury Founder, Tamarind Grove
When: June 9th, 830am to 2pm PT
Where: Stanford University, Cordura Hall, 210 Panama Street
Cost: $30 (comes with lunch)