An Entrepreneur in Education: Angela Lee, Executive Director at Columbia Business School and Founder of 37 Angels

Angela Lee is on a career-long journey to continue finding that perfect intersection of personal passion and professional satisfaction. Having born witness to her impressive ability to create opportunities to challenge herself and those around her since our undergrad years at Cal, I have no doubt that Angela’s story will inspire readers to stop thinking of themselves […]

Becca Piastrelli’s Advice to Early Career Professionals: Create the Space to Listen

Becca Piastrelli, founder of The Dabblist, had been toying with the idea of jumping the proverbial corporate ship for a while before actually taking the leap this past year. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Becca and working closely with her for a few years now – she was originally recruited to launch our online […]

Nick Mehta’s One Piece of Advice: Well Actually, He Has Three. Read On.

Nick Mehta, CSW (Colored Sock Wearer) and CEO of Gainsight, is a ball of energy and sharp as nails. He’s one of those guys that already knows the answer to a question before you’ve even begun processing what you need to do to try and answer it. So, if you ever get a chance to […]

Scott Harris’ Advice to You: Find Your Passion and Press On

Scott Harris, CEO of Social Factor, is turning the tables on corporate america one company at a time. A bonafide serial entrepreneur, his newest venture is a social agency is focusing on turning grey matter into black and white for businesses. What do you love most about your job? I love building organizational culture, empowering […]

Jim Ducharme’s Advice to Early Career Professionals: Shut Up and Listen.

Jim Ducharme, VP of Strategic Marketing at Maropost, is starting on a new adventure – really a continuation of his journey to making meaningful connections and making an impact. As he narrowed his focus over the years into community management and then online marketing, Jim’s found a niche for himself that includes building relationships to […]

Jackie Yeaney’s One Piece of Advice: Just Be You.

Jackie Yeaney, Executive Vice President, Strategy & Marketing at Red Hat, has for several years been the person I’ve looked to as a role model. It’s been easy to, as Jackie is one of those unique individuals who has successfully navigated nearly every relevant career challenge out there – being the 1% minority, serving in […]