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Panel and Mixer: Careers in Social Impact

Join other Bay Area Princeton alumni who work in non-profit and social sectors for an evening of discussion, networking, and learning. The event will take place on Wednesday, November 20 at 6 pm.

We are thrilled to collaborate with Princeton AlumniCorps to offer an event focused on careers in the non-profit and social sectors. We will gather a panel of leaders in the field, to share their experiences and career path. 
When: This event will take place on November 20 starting at 6pm, with light food and drinks. The panel will begin promptly at 6:30pm.

Where: Black Cat Bar/South Main Room, University Club, 800 Powell Street,  San Francisco, CA 94108
RSVP: We will be providing casual food. Tickets will be free for members and Princeton alumni from the Class of 2013, and  $10 per person for non-members. Buy your tickets here! 

Featured panelists:

Emily Chiswick-Patterson P’05, moderator

Emily Chiswick-Patterson works at Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm devoted to recruiting exceptional leaders for mission-driven organizations. Prior to working with the firm, Emily worked as a Project 55 (now AlumniCorps) Fellow with the CityBridge Foundation in Washington, D.C., supporting access to early childhood education, and as a consultant with The Bridgespan Group advising senior managers of nonprofit organizations on strategic and organizational issues.  Most recently, she supported internal operations, performance management, and strategy for Education Pioneers, a human capital organization focused on urban K-12 education.  Emily earned her AB from Princeton and her master of studies in history from the University of Oxford.

Josh Brankman P’99

Josh Brankman is currently the Executive Director of Outward Bound California, having worked there since 2009. Josh is responsible for overall strategy, management and operations of the organization. He has been an educator for over ten years and has focused on public high school youth. He was the Principal at City Arts and Tech High School (CAT), a public charter school in San Francisco, part of the nonprofit Envision Education, a charter management organization.  Josh formerly worked as lead teacher at Life Learning Academy (of the Delancey Street Foundation) and as teaching fellow at Eagle Rock School. Mr. Brankman has a MA in Education from the University of California, Berkeley and an AB in History from Princeton University. Mr. Brankman is currently the board chair of Out of Site Youth Arts Center, an after-school arts and youth development organization based at Lick Wilmerding High School in the Ingleside neighborhood.

David Veneziano

Dave is CFO/COO of ZeroDivide.org. He has more than 27 years of financial and operations experience in corporate banking, investing and nonprofit finance. He served for seven years as CFO of Women’s Initiative, the largest nonprofit in the country dedicated to business training and lending for low-income women. Before transitioning to nonprofit work, Dave held several positions at Schwab & Co., including Vice President of Strategy & Planning for the High-Volume Trading Division, Vice President of Electronic Brokerage, and Assistant Controller for Schwab’s Online Trading Division during explosive growth of Schwab’s Internet trading business in the late 1990s. Dave currently serves as Chair of the Finance Committee for Friends of the San Francisco Public Library and as Treasurer of the Social Enterprise Alliance, San Francisco Chapter. He holds a B.S. in Finance & Real Estate from Colorado State University.

Rachel Zwillinger P’05

Rachel Zwillinger is legal fellow with the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Altshuler Berzon LLP.  She works with NRDC's water program on a variety of litigation matters, and also represents Altshuler Berzon LLP's clients in environmental, labor, and employment cases. Prior to joining NRDC in 2011, Rachel served as a law clerk to Judge John Noonan of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, and to Judge Marilyn Huff of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California. Rachel received a J.D. from Stanford Law School and a M.S. from Stanford's Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Environment and Resources in 2009. Prior to attending Stanford, Rachel received her undergraduate degree from Princeton University, and spent a year working as a Project 55 Fellow for the Environmental Defense Fund's health program in Washington, D.C.



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