King’s Alumni Angel Network and KBC are excited to invite you to our new event: Breaking Into Business.
In this seminar, panelists will share their experience and give advice for students and graduates to build and navigate their careers.
Our panelists will be:
Sarah Chen is a global investment professional and the Co-Founder of The Billion Dollar Fund for Women, a global consortium of VC funds that’s pledged over $1billion for female-founded companies. She was also the first female President of King’s Business Club. (Dickson Poon School of Law Class of 2011)
Aleksandra Laksa is a partner at Redalpine Ventures. Aleks built the corporate business for Improbable, a unicorn that’s raised over $600m and facilitated multi-million dollar robotics software company, Auterion’s, expansion into the US. (Dickson Poon School of Law Class of 2008)
Virginia Tan is the founding partner of Teja Ventures – Asia’s first gender lens VC fund. She founded She Loves Tech, the world’s largest tech startup competition for women and Lean In China, a leading nonprofit platform with over 100,000 members across 100 universities in China, which supports the goals of Chinesewomen. (Dickson Poon School of Law Class of 2006)
Mei-Ying Chow will chair the session. She’s an Economics and Management student at King’s and KBC Keynotes’ Project Coordinator. Plus, she has a YouTube channel amassing over 85,000 subscribers.
Register here: kclbc.com/kaanpanel
Join us on Wednesday, 7th April at 2pm