Tue, May 25|
SNBAA Office Hours session - Forging Your Career Path and Detours
Would you like guidance on how to reevaluate your career goals? Learn how at the next SNBAA Office Hours session on Tuesday May 25th. Both Mackenzie Tudor and Henry J Brandon III will be panelists, along with Susan Robinson (Associate Dean for Career Services at Stanford Law School).
Time & Location
May 25, 2021, 5:00 PM
About the Event
Hosted by the Stanford National Black Alumni Association (SNBAA) :
Unsure of how to define your professional path and when you should deviate from your plan. Attend the next Office Hours session, hosted by the Stanford National Black Alumni Association to learn skills and techniques that will help you understand what you are really seeking from your career. The event is scheduled for next Tuesday, May 25, 2021 and will focus on choosing a career path. Both Mackenzie Tudor and Henry J Brandon III will be panelists, along with Susan Robinson (Associate Dean for Career Services at Stanford Law School). Bios for the panelists are below: Mackenzie Tudor works in Policy/Operations for Clubhouse and founder of The Tribe. In 2020, she served as co-President of the Stanford National Black Alumni Association. Previously, Mackenzie worked at Latham & Watkins, where she counseled clients in a range of topics including government investigations, IP and trade secret disputes, and antitrust issues. Mackenzie attended Stanford Law School and Stanford University. Prior to law school, Mackenzie worked in nonprofit lobbying, advocating and creating policies to support underserved populations in the U.S. Susan Robinson is Associate Dean for Career Services at Stanford Law School. Prior to joining the Stanford staff in 1997, Susan worked as an associate in the San Francisco law firms of Farella Braun + Martel LLP and Heller Ehrman White & McAuliffe. Susan received her BA from Wellesley College and her JD from Columbia University School of Law. Henry J. Brandon, III is Partner and Director of Deal Structure and Acquisition at Nile Capital Group. Henry has over 30 years of experience investing, lending and structuring transactions for middle market companies including senior debt, mezzanine debt, equity and equity-like financings aggregating in more than $22 billion in deal volume. He also currently serves as co-President of the Stanford National Black Alumni Association. Henry graduated with a BA in Economics from Stanford University and received his MBA in Finance/Strategy/Accounting from UCLA Anderson School of Management.
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