@shenalb never thought it was possible to join the Obama administration. Being able to increase the agency budget, to create new policies, create a new office, and to meet the people that he was able to meet, and help make their lives a little bit better are just some of the things that Albert considers as his top accomplishments. What would you consider as your top accomplishment? It can be in your career or personal life. Share with us below.
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Garmin is recognized for their pioneering work in bringing GPS technology to the consumer. One of the founders is Taiwanese American Min Kao. He is an electrical engineer with a master's and a Ph.D. in engineering at the University of Tennessee. He attributes Garmin's success to all the people they've had. He believes that good ideas can come from anybody.
Networking has been really crucial in the developments in Tanya Melendez' career. When she first came to the US and couldn't apply for a job, she volunteered in an organization that focused on Mexican culture. This helped her build a network of connections who later helped her in her career. How has networking helped you in your own career?
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[NEW VIDEO] @toddsears is the founder of @outleadership, the first global LGBT advisory firm. The goal is to engage and develop LGBT talent and drive LGBT equality forward. He describes himself as an equality entrepreneur because he wants to focus on building LGBT equality.
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Shen Wei is a Chinese American choreographer, painter, and director. He founded the Shen Wei Dance Arts. He was commissioned by the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics Opening Ceremony, the Park Avenue Armory, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Critics have praised him for his blend of Asian and Western sensibilities.
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Don't forget to check out our featured videos this week. Learn more about @FabienneGimenez' background, Jeff Chin's thoughts on the P.O.L.I.N.G Principles and Monica Verma's career advice to her younger self.
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Monica Verma's advice to her younger self is to network hard! The connections you make will provide you with mentors, sponsors, and perspective. Networking will help accelerate your career.
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