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Conference Schedule
  • 9:00     Student Arrival
  • 9:25     Opening Ceremony
  • 9:45     Davis Wright Tremaine
  • 9:55     Keynote Speaker
  • 10:15     Motivational Speaker
  • 10:30     Break
  • 10:40    Session One: CSR
  • 11:20    Lunch Break
  • 12:10    Session Two: Tech
  • 12:50    Break
  • 1:00    Session Three: Finance
  • 1:40      Break
  • 1:50      Closing Ceremony
  • 2:00      Student Departure

Location:

Davis Wright Tremaine Downtown Office

9250 5th Ave Suite 3300

Seattle, WA 98104


Parking available for speakers upon request.


Track Sessions
There are three tracks: Corporate Social Responsibility, Technology, and Finance. Each student will choose one session from each track that they would like to attend. Sessions are not guaranteed; however, we will do our best to ensure each student attends their desired track sessions.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Strategic Decision-Making

This is an interactive workshop that will help students understand how corporate social responsibility decisions are made. Why does a corporation choose one initiative over the other? What part does finance play? Students will role-play high level executives making key decisions to shape a CSR outcome.

Speakers:

Janice Javier, Senior Financial Analyst at Amazon Prime

Tom Galstian, Strategy & Operations Consultant at Deloitte Consulting

PowerPoint Presentation: Link

Corporate Social Responsibility

Diversity Inclusion & Women Empowerment Panel

This session will be more interactive, opening the dialogue on how both men and women can work towards inclusive workplaces. It will shed light on current workplace dynamics and trends that are starting to reshape workplace gender dynamics such as women empowerment.

Speakers:

Laura Espriu, Executive Coach & Founder

Danielle Hill, Chief Operating Officer at The Riveter

Raphael Gaultier, Owner Human Condition Magazine

Prab Doowa, Project Manager at Chameleon Technologies, Inc.

Heather A. Coldwell, Associate Attorney at Davis Wright Tremaine

PowerPoint Presentation: Link

Corporate Social Responsibility

Sustainability

Learn about the latest trends in sustainability and how these trends are generating financial returns for businesses.

Speakers:

Leah Missik, Washington Transportation Policy Manager at Climate Solutions

PowerPoint Presentation: Link

Technology

Top Trends in Technology

Students will learn about the latest trends in technology, especially as they relate to Xbox, gaming,  virtual reality, and Microsoft.

Speakers:

Amanda Lui, Senior Business Planner of Xbox at Microsoft

PowerPoint Presentation: Unavailable due to confidentiality issues.

Technology

College Readiness Workshop

Learn how to best position yourself for success in the admissions process and to succeed in business school (e.g., tapping into resources, getting feedback, engaging in RSOs).

Speakers: 

Zachary McKinlay, Program Manager Undergraduate Diversity Services

Damariz Ibanez, Young Executives of Color Program Manager at University of Washington

PowerPoint Presentation: Link

Technology

LinkedIn Demonstration

How do you attract top-notch employers to your LinkedIn? Students will learn about the power of LinkedIn and create (or improve) their own LinkedIn from an expert recruiter.

Speaker:

Cassie Crealock, Campus Recruiting Specialist at Deloitte

PowerPoint Presentation: Unavailable due to confidentiality issues.

Finance

Monetize Your Social Media

Today many high school students are heavy users of social media. While enjoyable, this also represents a great entrepreneurial opportunity. In this session, students will learn how to use social media in a lucrative way and the potential returns they can get from investing time and energy into creating valuable social media content.

Speaker: 

Leilani Wells, Business Coach & Founder Leilani Media 

PowerPoint Presentation: Link

Finance

Finance Your Own Business

Interested in starting a business? Learn about the different ways to finance your venture and hear real accounts from a past Chief Financial Officer (CFO). There will also be time for Q&A.

Speaker:

Dianne Legg, Former CFO & Strategy Leader

PowerPoint Presentation: Link

Finance

Founder’s Panel: How to Successfully Start A Business

Gain insight from current CEO’s. How did they get their start? What were their biggest challenges? What is their advice to young leaders just starting out?

Speakers: 

Isaiah Barhoum, CEO of Big’s Automobile Detailing

Karen Okonkwo, CEO of TONL

Sajani Amarasiri, CEO of Colombo Cooperative

PowerPoint Presentation: Link