AFLSE San Francisco Newsletter - Events and alumni information

 

Holiday season is upon us and we have lined up a couple of events for alumni, as well as some information bits. We have two events in November, one in Palo Alto, and another one in San Francisco. Please join us for interesting discussions and network opportunities before the year is over! Please see details at the end of this message.   

From current students and alumni: 

  • Emily Marsh is a current MSc student at LSE in the Urbanization and Development program, she is interested in returning to the Bay Area after graduation and would love some guidance on the types of opportunities available in either the public or private sector. If you can provide any advice, please contact her at: emilymmarsh@me.com
  • Matthew Kennedy graduated this past July with a BSc in Geography with Economics from LSE. He recently relocated to SF and is looking for a position in investment banking, consulting, or tech. He is eager to get great empirical experience and exposure. If you can provide some guidance, please contact him at: msherwood.kennedy@gmail.com or 303-502-6672

 

Events details:



M&A Activity and Expansion During the EU Debt Crisis
Thursday, 11/10/11 at 7:00am
Is now the time for your company to invest in Europe? Informative seminar

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San Francisco: Talk and Reception
Thursday, 11/17/11 at 6:00pm
RESCHEDULED for December 5th. WHAT’S THE POINT OF GENDER STUDIES? Global Perspectives and Challenges. Featuring LSE’s Clare Hemmings, former Director of the Gender Institute at LSE.

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AFLSE San Francisco: First Mondays (December) - CHANGE OF VENUE
Monday, 12/5/11 at 6:00pm

All LSE alumni and friends are invited to this special First Mondays event!

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Augi and Mauricio

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