Wednesday Night Wisdom With the NIU College of Business
What does career success look like? How do I find meaning in my job? The next NIU College of Business Wednesday Night Wisdom online speaker event will explore these and other topics around finding purpose in your work. Join the NIU College of Business as the panelists below discuss their perspectives on building lives and careers with meaning.
William McCoy, English ’92, director of the Rutland Institute for Ethics at Clemson University will moderate this Wednesday Night Wisdom discussion among professionals who’ve followed their passions to become true difference-makers in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion.
Our four panelists are NIU alumni who have built their careers based on their passions:
- Elois Joseph (MBA ’15), co-founder, Greenwood Project and senior examiner, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority.
- Fields Jackson (MBA ’95), founder, publisher, CEO, chief cheerleader and talent scout, “Racing Toward Diversity” magazine and CEO, College Diversity Network.
- Nathaniel Rouse (English language and literature ’94), director of Equity, Race and Cultural Diversity Initiatives, Barrington 220 School District.
- Orlando Bowen (MKTG ’98, MIS ’00), executive director, One Voice One Team.
Join these change-makers for a fascinating discussion on finding value in your work.
**This is a Passport approved event.
This event will take place Wednesday, Feb. 17, from 6:00-7:00 p.m. CT.
6:00PM - 7:00PM Wed 17 Feb 2021, Central timezone
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