Start Date: 4/23/2020 12:00 PM EDT
End Date: 4/23/2020 1:00 PM EDT
MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance
Now more than ever, Career Development Professionals and Industry Recruiters are leveraging technology to effectively get their jobs done. At the same time, MBA students are challenged with new and evolving technologies to study, explore industries, seek out and interview for internships and jobs, and in many cases, work.
Join us in a robust conversation to learn the ways in which two universities are using virtual options to reach students and to encourage them to use technology to propel their careers. We also seek to engage the group to share and learn from another. How are you increasingly using technology to make a difference in your work and for your students?.
Associate Director, Coaching & Education, Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
Tracy Carter provides career coaching to students who are exploring and pursuing consulting careers. Tracy is an International Coach Federation Certified MBA Career Coach and higher education professional with significant experience partnering with students and alumni seeking career satisfaction and personal fulfillment. Prior to joining the Career Development Office at Carey Business School, she worked as a Career Coach at University of Baltimore and served more than 15 years in the Career Center at Johns Hopkins University (Homewood Campus). She earned a Master of Science from Johns Hopkins University in Applied Behavioral Science and has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Notre Dame of Maryland University. As a native of Baltimore, she enjoys exploring new restaurants in the city, attending Orioles games, and spending quality time with friends and family.
Senior Director of Online Student Success at University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz
Dr. Samantha Moreno earned her Master’s in Secondary and Post-Secondary School Counseling and PhD in Higher Education and Student Affairs Leadership from the University of Northern Colorado. Dr. Moreno has over 20 years of experience in student affairs, serving in a number of leadership roles such as Dean of Students the University of Northern Colorado, Associate Dean of Students at the University of Richmond and Interim Associate Dean of Math, Science and Engineering at Central New Mexico Community College. Arriving at the University of Colorado Denver|Anschutz in 2008, Dr. Moreno’s work as Assistant Vice Chancellor of University Life/Dean of Students, Sr. Associate Dean of the School of Dental Medicine and now is the Senior Director for Online Student Success, which involves creating programs and services to provide fully online students transformational and integrated learning experiences across the student lifecycle. After receiving her doctorate in 2004, Dr. Moreno serves as an adjunct faculty in both CU Denver and UNC’s Higher Education and Student Affairs Master’s degree programs.
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