Tom Sabroe ’86, ’88, VP Finance, Broadridge Financial Solutions, Inc. and Chair of Dean Keep’s Advisory Council hosted this annual program on doing business in international markets. The program began with a SKYPE session with TCNJ students studying in Heidelberg, Germany with Professor Karen Becker in a conversation facilitated by our Beta Gamma Sigma VP of Communications, marketing senior Brittany Mashel. They discussed the rewards and challenges of studying abroad as well as the volunteer program they have coordinated for children living at the Patrick Henry-Village refugee center. See the GoFundMe page: PHV Refugee Fund For the Kids. Read more about this project in The Signal.
Next, accounting senior Shreya Vora, President of Beta Alpha Psi, introduced our alumni panelists who have worked around the Globe, and shared personal anecdotes about living abroad and advice for recognizing and preparing for international opportunities with Mr. Sabroe (moderator) and the audience of 60+ students:
- Gina Caradonna ‘11, Senior Manager at S2P Practice at GENPACT; lived in Japan for a year, working for AstraZeneca
- Sarah Skov ’09, Customer Success Lead at Custora; completed her MBA at Copenhagen Business School, with focus on leadership development, sustainability, and entrepreneurship
- Jeff Walsh ’06, HP Enterprise Services Alliance Manager at Hewlett-Packard; lived and worked abroad for one year with the Remote Year program
The American Marketing Association collaborated with classmates in Heidelberg conducting a collection drive for the children living at the Patrick Henry-Village Refugee Center.
GoGlobal was sponsored by the Dean’s Advisory Council; co-sponsored by Beta Alpha Psi and Beta Gamma Sigma.