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Career Center Speaker Series

Creating an Entrepreneurial Career in International Education: Innovating from the Inside

Thursday, June 2
3:00 PM - 3:45 PM
Room: CCC, Four Seasons Ballroom 4

Feeling frustrated by the lack of innovation in your organization? Presenters will discuss practical strategies toward finding way to make a real impact on students through innovative best practices. This presentation should help you bring more excitement and purpose to your day-to-day work!

Mitch Gordon

President
Go Overseas
Berkeley, CA

Mitch Gordon is the CEO/ Co-founder of Go Overseas and the Entrepreneur in Residence at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. Mitch is an entrepreneur, starting a number of companies in the field of travel & education. Go Overseas, with ~1 million monthly visitors, is the most trusted resource for researching international education programs around the world. Mitch is a frequent presenter in the areas of entrepreneurship, business and international education. He previously lived in Taipei, Taiwan for 5 years and currently resides in San Francisco. Mitch has completed an MBA at UC Berkeley and a BS at Binghamton University. When he’s not working you can find Mitch on a run, playing rugby, traveling or reading.

Mallory Meiser

Community & Brand Manager
Go Overseas
Berkeley, CA

Prior to joining Go Overseas, Mallory worked in England as Location Coordinator for Global Experiences while studying for her MA in Global Media and Transnational Communications at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her career in international education began at NAFSA as a Communication Outreach Specialist.


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