Are you a young or emerging professional? Eager to grow in your industry? Or are you ready to take the next step in your career? This conference will equip you with the tools to make some serious progress in your professional life. Learn the ins and outs about what it takes to make it in the business world through various innovative breakout sessions, to include topics about personal branding, leadership and negotiation!
Featuring keynote speakers:
Catherine & David Cook, co-founders of MyYearBook.com, now known as meetme.com. The siblings are graduates of Montgomery High School; they founded the company while still in school in 2005.
Breakout session topics:
Your Personal Brand
Glen Gabe, CEO of G-Squared Interactive
Dale Caldwell, CEO, author & philanthropist
Michael Powers, attorney & former mayor of Lawrence
"Intrapreneurial & Entrepreneurial Skills" - a lively dialogue between innovative & motivated young business leaders...
Atul Sood, founder Only Insight
Cornelia Huellstrunk, associate director for external affairs of the Keller Center at Princeton University
Stephen Shueh, managing partner at Roundview Capital
Suzanne Kaplan, (moderator) founder of Job Talk 4 All
Princeton Leeep is the young professionals program at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce. It is focused on creating a business, cultural, philanthropic and social community for high potential young professionals in the Princeton Region through an organizational philosophy of “Engage. Exchange. Excel.”