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SFU Young Alumni Event: Get a Mentor, Get Ahead

SFU Alumni Association

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)

SFU Young Alumni Event: Get a Mentor, Get Ahead

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Tickets will be available at the door for $15.00 per person beginning at 5:15pm

 

Navigating through the job market is often a daunting task, particularly when you're trying to figure out how to get "in" to the industry, how to advance to a more senior position, or how and when to consider a career change.

Mentorship has been a long-standing resource that many have turned to in order to find guidance and overall direction (and an objective perspective!).

The SFU Alumni Association invites you to join us over food and drinks on Tuesday, November 23rd at Ceilis Irish Pub in Downtown Vancouver to hear about the best ways for you to seek out a good mentor, determine your overall mentorship goals, and leverage mentoring resources in the community.

 Date:

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

 Time:

6:00pm (formal presentation begins at 7:00pm)

 Location:     
Ceili's Irish Pub & Restaurant 
670 Smithe Street, Vancouver, BC


Ticket price includes admission into the venue, light appies and a complimentary drink.**  

Featured Speaker:

P E T E R    C . H .   G U O   BSc, MBA, CA●IT, CA●CISA, ABCP

Twenty plus years of consistent leadership and extensive experience have given Peter the skills to create strategy, champion initiatives, inspire teams and deliver contact and outreach.  For more than a decade, Peter built and led a multimillion dollar practice for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)--the world’s largest professional services firm.  As a PwC partner, he provided consulting and assurance services to local and multinational clients in the technology, life sciences, banking, insurance, mining, government and non-profit industries.  With experience that spans the Board room to the shop floor, Peter focused on the governance, strategy, and optimization of people, systems and processes.  Through this extensive exposure to numerous organizations, communities and cultures, Peter harnesses the power of diversity and inclusion in his professional and personal pursuits.

Supporting and leading men and women from all corners of the world has been a privilege during Peter’s career.  Committed to developing human capital, Peter initiated PwC’s first Diversity and Inclusion efforts in BC and Canada.  Formally and informally, Peter has been a mentor to high school and university students, career professionals, senior executives and business owners.

Early in his life, Peter discovered the responsibilities and rewards of investing in community activities and groups.  He has volunteered, worked and governed locally and beyond, and experienced the one-to-one contact that makes a difference in individual lives, as well as organizational development, sound governance and financial turnarounds. Personally and professionally, the deep satisfaction that has arisen from these commitments has reinforced Peter’s dedication to service beyond self, and now is a lifelong endeavor that is shared with his wife and their four children.

 

H E L E N   X I E   BBA (Hons) '10

Young Women in Business - SFU (YWiB SFU)

As a recent graduate from SFU Business, Helen has been extensively involved at SFU and the local business community.  While at school, she participated in an international case competition, took on various roles as a volunteer and Project Manager for events ranging from 20 to 200 attendees and was an academic marker for an international business course for three semesters.  Helen was an active member in the Leaders of Tomorrow Leadership Program last year as a mentee where she actively participated in volunteering as well as attending and planning various events for other LOT participants and top business leaders. 

Aside from that, Helen is a member of the Association of Chinese Canadian Professionals and a regular speaker for a class of international students at SFU’s Fraser International College. Currently, Helen dedicates her time as the Co-VP of Mentor Relations with the Young Women in Business organization’s SFU Chapter in which she is responsible for recruiting, selecting and coordinating all activities for the SOUL Mentorship Program.

 

M.C.:

L I E N   Y E U N G   BA '06 (Crim, Cmns)

Communications Officer, CBC/Radio-Canada

Lien graduated from SFU in 2006 with a BA in Criminology and Communication. Through her career, she has worked with personalities ranging from Malcolm Gladwell to Peter Mansbridge to Green Day. Lien is currently the Communications Officer at the CBC where she promotes the understanding and awareness of CBC's role, activities, multimedia programming, as well as its contribution to Canadian society, democracy and culture in British Columbia. She also serves as an executive board member for the SFU Alumni Association in her second year as Treasurer.

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When & Where


Ceili's Irish Pub & Restaurant
670 Smithe Street
Vancouver, British Columbia V6B 2C9
Canada

Tuesday, November 23, 2010 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PST)


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SFU Alumni Association

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