About this Event
Adapting to a new land can be both fun and nerve-racking. It is also a chance to meet new people, leverage skills, and carve a new path for oneself.
The friends and mentors one meets along the way, make all the difference to one’s happiness and success.
In this webinar, we will explore the importance of listening to the radio, having a mentor(s), creating a network of support(s), communication in the workplace in order to up-skill.
Join WA and Rupal Trivedi to explore the lessons she learned as an immigrant to American that enabled her to have a successful STEM career.
Rupal is a Software Development Manager at the Civil Identity Divison of IDEMIA. With a career spanning over 20-years, Rupal has built many innovative software products such as issue drivers’ licenses, monitor network health, and Blu-ray players. Rupal immigrated to the United States of America as a high-schooler 30-years ago, went to UMass Lowell to get a BSc and MSc in Computer Science, and now is pursuing an MBA from the same alma mater! Check out her LinkedIn here.
This seminar is open to everyone interested!
*Donations will contribute toward the enrichment of women careers and future programs*
Date/Time: Friday, May 28th, 2021, 12:00-1:00 PM
Location: This is a virtual event
Zoom link will be sent out prior to the event.