Successful living does not always rely on a GPA, job title or salary. Instead, it can rely more around the ability to recognize and respond to opportunities as they arise partnered with the ability to be dynamic in the ways you apply your skillset, education and background to your current circumstance. Financial collapse, world pandemics, saturation of jobs upon graduation– change is the only thing that is constant. How agile can you be to roll with the punches and grab opportunity to engage with your surroundings and find success in the white space?

Advanced planning is great, but what happens when that plan fails – for any reason. Alexandra Amrami will be discussing some of her own planning-failures, how they have led her to new opportunities and how you can attune yourself to re-design those life-learnings into new opportunities. Let’s learn how to fall gracefully and get up with grit.

Requests for accommodations can be made when you register to attend. Please provide at least 7 days advance notice.

Speaker Bio

After earning a Master of Architecture from Parsons The New School, Alexandra Amrami worked as an architect as well as teaching undergraduate students at Parsons, before moving to PCS Wireless, a global leader in secondary market device distribution, rising to her current role as VP of Business Development. In this time, she focused on building strategic business collaborations with global e-Commerce, Retail and OEM partners, as well as developing a keen interest in new technologies such as XR, wearables and other connected devices.  

With over 17 years of diverse industry experience including a focus on mission driven business models, Alexandra is also the Executive Director for the Community of Good Foundation. She holds a board seat at IGWT Block, a startup set to disrupt a $60BN industry and CTA, as well as advisory positions in both the for and non-profit sectors. Alix loves working with students of all ages and values transparency, community, and collaboration in all of her partnerships big and small.

Who can attend?

This event is open to 2020 eLab, Jumpstarter, PSIP, and Tiger Challenge students, PSIP alumni.

Registration is required.