Thursday, April 8 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event
The Korea Law Center and APALSA are planning to co-host a virtual fireside chat with Jessica Chen, a communications specialist and the former Emmy Award winning news reporter, on the art of communication in the era of Zoom.
Specifically, Jessica will provide advice for students on how to present oneself in a clear and confident way when conducting virtual interviews. In order to maximize your experience from the fireside chat, please watch “Executive Presence on Video Conferencing Calls” by logging into Linkedin Learning and starting the free trial. After watching the video, we highly encourage you to prepare questions for Jessica that you might have regarding interviewing.
Jessica is a trusted communications advisor to several elite tech leaders in Silicon Valley and Asia. She is also Founder & CEO of Soulcast Media, a global business communications agency that partners with Fortune 500 companies to elevate their team’s presentation, presence and authority in-person and on-video. Her previous clients include Rutan & Tucker LLP, LinkedIn, Medtronic, Marsh & McLennan, and DraftKings.
Prior to starting Soulcast Media, Jessica was a broadcast television journalist. She has been awarded an Emmy-Award for her work at ABC 10 News and multiple Associated Press Awards. Jessica is also a top LinkedIn Learning Instructor where her communications courses have been taken by over 1 million learners.
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