Life AFTER TUJ 2014

Panel discussion scene from a past Life AFTER TUJ event

What are you going to do after graduation?

Life AFTER TUJ offers a chance for TUJ undergraduates to network with alumni.

Whether you are about to graduate or are just starting at TUJ, this is a unique chance to start thinking about career options. How will you move to the next step? Explore career paths and build your network for Life AFTER TUJ.

Date:
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Time:
18:00-21:15 (doors open at 17:30)
Feel free to join one or all three sessions
Venue:
Temple University, Japan Campus, Mita Hall 5F (Access)
Cost:
Free
Open to:
All TUJ students and alumni
Register:
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Schedule

17:30
Doors open
18:00 - 19:15

Roadmap: From Temple to Success.

Temple alumni who are successful top managers and entrepreneurs discuss their career trails, secrets, and strategies.

Panelists:
  • Satoshi Hashimoto (EMBA, 2013) – Senior Manager, Account Management Group, Coca-Cola Business Services Company, Limited
  • Keiko Kitao (EMBA, 2013) – Uber Japan
  • Tammy Ledbetter (B.S., 1995) – Head of End to End Operations, AXA Technology Services, Japan
  • Timothy Schepis (B.B.A., Economics, 1996) – Chief Digital Officer & Founder, Bluedelphia
  • Miki Uchida (EMBA, 2013) – Chief Staff, Nikon Corporation
Moderator: Dr. Stefan Lippert
19:45 - 20:30

The Future is Digital: Are You Ready?

Recent TUJ grads return to campus to help you follow in their footsteps. Are you prepared for your future?

Panelists:
  • Christian Aragones (B.B.A., Business Management, 2009) – gumi Inc.
  • Reimi Dasdeb (B.A., International Affairs) – Saatchi & Saatchi Fallon Tokyo
  • Yejun Jeong (B.S., International Business Studies, 2014) – Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting Co., Ltd.
  • Naomi Tan (B.A., Psychological Studies, 2012) – TBWA\Hakuhodo
  • William Yeow (B.A., Art and Japanese Language, 2013) – Rakuten, Inc
Moderator: Prof. William J. Swinton
20:30 - 21:15

Open networking

With alumni, faculty, students, company reps and recruiters. Light refreshments served.