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What does multi-generational mean to you as an employee or an employer? How does the culture of those different periods of time affect our exchanges in the workplace? How can we take command of these different perspectives to make us each instrumental to achieving success in our own way? In this panel, we have assembled four professionals with vastly different experiences in their careers, their lives and their pursuits. This discussion will allow us to dissect the impact of their generation’s culture on their perspectives. Through each narrative, attendees will find that there are many factors layered on such as how family, immigration, education, and even advances in technology are shifting the relationship between professional and personal spheres. Please join us as we participate in a highly engaging discussion where all can exchange their experiences and embrace the diversity of our workforce!

Michelle Loposky is a US Army veteran and combat field medic who was deployed after the Bosnian war in the Stabilization Force humanitarian efforts in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Loposky has worked in higher education for nearly nine years. She is currently the Assistant Director of Outreach & Engagement for the Pat Tillman Veterans Center at Arizona State University. In her role she develops, implements, and manages programming and events focused on student veteran recruitment, retention, success, and advocacy.

Dale is an e-commerce entrepreneur, selling household care products under The Bucko brand. He also founded EntreAsians, a community whose mission is to help Asian Americans find fulfillment through entrepreneurship. Ting has 13 years of experience as a product development engineer, ten of them at Procter & Gamble in Cincinnati, OH. He left P&G on Lunar New Year Day in 2011 to pursue lifestyle entrepreneurship in his quest for work/life balance and financial freedom.

Attorney Marian M. Yim is owner and principal of Yim Law Office, PLLC, focusing on wills, trusts, and estate administration. She was a state prosecutor, appellate attorney, law professor, counsel to the Mayor of Phoenix, clemency board member, and shareholder in the law firm of Wong Fujii Carter, PC. She earned her BA degree at Vassar College and her JD degree from Cornell Law School.

Grace Y. Lau, CFA, MBA is the Chief Executive Officer at PacWest Financial Management, Inc., and was previously the President. Lau co-founded the firm in 1997. Previously, from 1996 to 1997, she was a Managing Director at Barclays International Private Banking, where she was responsible for business development, asset management, and lending.

This panel will be moderated by Kim Ho. Kim Ho is a native of Arizona and attended the University of Arizona, graduating with a degree in Business Marketing. She has over 12 years of business-to-business consultative experience and over nine years in medical sales. Ho is currently a Corporate Development Officer with Phoenix Children’s Hospital Foundation and builds partnerships with organizations and companies all over Arizona. She is passionate about supporting the local community and is excited to be a part of this amazing conference.

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Early Bird Before 6/10/2018


General Registration After 6/10/2018

Community Reception: (Fri, 7/13, 5:30-7:30pm) | Keynote Speaker: Susan Jin Davis, Comcast)




LEADERSHIP AWARDS GALA: (Sat., 7/14, 5:30-8:30pm)




DAY PASS: Friday Conference (Fri., 7/13) | Access to 12 workshops/seminars, lunch & Reception




DAY PASS: Sat. Conference
(Sat., 7/14) | Access to 12 workshops/seminars & lunch & Awards Gala




ALL-INCLUSIVE PASS: Best Deal!** (Friday, July 13 – Saturday, July, 14) | Full Access to Reception, Conference and Gala Event




Group Discount is Available, please contact us for more information

All conference registrations must be purchased online with a credit or debit card. Once you RSVP through, an email with a PayPal link for payment will be sent to the address that you provide when you RSVP. Your registration will be confirmed by an email sent to the same address after we receive your payment. Please ensure that your email address is correct when registering.

Attire: Business professional/Semi-formal.
All tickets are non-refundable. All payments must receive by 4 p.m. on July 10, 2018 to guarantee your seat.


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