Presentation: Elizabeth Yang with Career Girls

Thursday, 5/20/2021
10:30 - 11:00
Virtual Library
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San Francisco, CA 94102
United States


Elizabeth Yang, founder of Hmong Women Take on the World and successful business strategist, talks from the heart about her career journey in an engaging talk that will surely inspire. Yang is an energetic and passionate speaker, trainer, mentor and overall powerhouse. This program is made possible in partnership with Career Girls. Learn more about Elizabeth Yang's education, career, story and advice to young people from her motivational Career Girls videos. For ages 11 and older. 

YouTube Live

 

About Elizabeth Yang

Elizabeth Yang is the Customer Yes! business strategist showing purpose-driven, ambitious entrepreneurs how to own their leadership and turn customer yeses into happy sales online. The Founder and CEO of Better With Company, a high-touch business coaching and training agency. Yang is the creator of the Customer YES! Lab, a 12 month eBusiness program community that helps diverse entrepreneurs launch in 90 days to achieve a higher purpose and profits. She also serves her community as the Founder of Hmong Women Take on the World, a Global Online Leadership Summit that brings hundreds together to globally celebrate women and girls across 8 countries. She specializes in the customer mindset, high flow performance, leadership and talent & team optimization. She lives in Minnesota with family. She enjoys reading, music, traveling and hula hooping. Hearty laughs are what's most incredible in her life and network.

 

About Career Girls

CareerGirls.org is a comprehensive video-based career exploration and readiness tool for girls. It’s free to use, and free of ads. They have the largest online collection of career guidance videos focusing exclusively on diverse and accomplished women—over half of whom are in STEM fields—and we add to it weekly.

 


Celebrate and honor the diverse histories and cultures from Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.

Prepare for college or a new job with related workshops and skill building.


This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


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