Columbia Beijing Alumni Salon Series, Saturday, July 18

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CAABJ September salon welcomes Elisa Mallis (TC ’00) as our special guest. Elisa is Head of Executive Development at MDS, bronchitis a regional training and management consulting firm. This is a great opportunity for alums interested in discussing issues such as leadership development, physician working in a multi-cultural environment, page and workplace psychology. As a future participant in an XCOR flight, Elisa is also scheduled to be one of the world’s first commercial astronauts. She will touch on the need for more managers and leaders to adopt a Global Mindset earlier in their career and how adopting an “Earth from Space” perspective can help them achieve that.

Event details:

Date and time: Sunday, September 203-5 p.m.

Venue: revealed upon reservation

Attendance is free, but limited to the first 15 confirmed RSVPs.

Each Columbia alum may bring one non-Columbian guest.

 

Reserve your spot here.

For questions or more info, contact either of this event’s salon maestros: David Tan (david.tw.tan@gmail.com) or Chenni Xu (Chenni.xu@gmail.com).
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CAABJ September salon welcomes Elisa Mallis (TC ’00) as our special guest. Elisa is Head of Executive Development at MDS, bronchitis a regional training and management consulting firm. This is a great opportunity for alums interested in discussing issues such as leadership development, physician working in a multi-cultural environment, page and workplace psychology. As a future participant in an XCOR flight, Elisa is also scheduled to be one of the world’s first commercial astronauts. She will touch on the need for more managers and leaders to adopt a Global Mindset earlier in their career and how adopting an “Earth from Space” perspective can help them achieve that.

Event details:

Date and time: Sunday, September 203-5 p.m.

Venue: revealed upon reservation

Attendance is free, but limited to the first 15 confirmed RSVPs.

Each Columbia alum may bring one non-Columbian guest.

 

Reserve your spot here.

For questions or more info, contact either of this event’s salon maestros: David Tan (david.tw.tan@gmail.com) or Chenni Xu (Chenni.xu@gmail.com).
The Columbia Alumni Association of Beijing (CAABJ) continues its alumni salon talk series—small group fireside chats centered on current topics of interest. Engage in lively conversation and meet fellow Beijing alumni in a casual setting! 

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we’re glad to have as our special guest Ben Chen (’04BUS), Founder CEO of Gensee (a leading software-as-service company) and Distinguished Expert in China’s “1000 Talents Plan” in entrepreneurship. Ben will lead a discussion about start-ups, government support in the tech field, and the innovation environment in China.

Don’t miss this opportunity to talk with Ben Chen and fellow Columbians.

As the salon talk is interactive, attendance is limited to the first 15 confirmed RSVPs.

Event details:

  • When: Saturday, July 183:005:00 p.m.
  • Location: Near Sanyuanqiao district (exact location provided upon RSVP confirmation)
  • Cost: Free to attend. Cash bar.

How to RSVP:

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Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

For questions or more info, contact salon maestros David Tan (david.tw.tan@gmail.com), Chenni Xu (Chenni.xu@gmail.com).