Do you feel there’s more to life than what you’re currently doing? Do you feel like you haven’t reached your fullest potential? Do you feel like you want to make changes in your life but aren’t sure where to start? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, this fireside chat is for you!
On February 18th at 7PM EST, Angela Choi ’12 will join Roni Beth Tower, GSAS PhD ’80 for a fireside chat where they will share their experiences of evolving in their career directions and defining success on their own terms. They will also discuss how to make career changes and take career breaks in order to tap into, align with and live one’s purpose. There will be time for Q&A so feel free to bring any questions that you may have!
Co-sponsors: Association of Asian Yale Alumni, Yale Women, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Alumni Association, and YAA Careers, Life, and Yale.
Angela Choi ’12 is an international Life Purpose & Career Coach. She helps driven professionals who feel stuck and unfulfilled to discover their purpose so they can have both the impact and income they want. Her coaching stems from experiences and lessons learned over a decade of finding her purpose through the corporate, start-up and non-profit worlds across the U.S., Africa, Asia and Europe, all whilst juggling self-judgment, familial pressure and societal expectations. Sign up for her FREE guide 6 Steps to Living Your Purpose at www.angelachoi.co/6-steps-to-purpose.
Roni Beth Tower ’80 PhD is an author and a retired research, clinical, and academic psychologist whose memoir, Miracle at Midlife: A Transatlantic Romance, won a 2017 IPPY Gold Medal award. Her blog,.”Life, Refracted” is at https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/life-refracted/, and her writings about Paris are at https://bonjourparis.com/author/roni-beth-tower/. Find photos and more on her website, www.miracleatmidlife.com.Time
Feb 18, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)