May Virtual Networking Lunch
Time & Location
About The Event
So much has changed in our world.
How do you come through this and say, "I handled that the best I could"?
We encourage you to join our May Virtual Networking Lunch for what will surely be a lively and informative discussion.
This month's featured speaker, Lora Naismith '18 '21 (an expert Pivoter in her own right) will be joined by a gathering of experts on the subject of Pivoting.
Do you need a Career Pivot? To find a different career, which is still reliant on your current skills, but helps you move into a new trajectory? Preferably, without restarting at the bottom of the ladder.
Can't wait to see you there!
Networking starts at 11:30am. We'll start introductions at 12:00 noon. BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch).
Click on Buy Tickets (don't worry, there is no charge) to receive links to access the Houston Aggie Women May Networking Luncheon.
Our events are OPEN TO ALL - men and women, Aggies and Non-Aggies - no membership required.
HOUSTON AGGIE WOMEN is a key resource for Aggie women, friends and family. We remain committed to being there for you, connecting the Houston Aggie community through networking, education, and giving back.
QUESTIONS? E-mail JClark@Melton-Melton.com or Info@HoustonAggieWomen.org.
THIS MONTH'S FEATURED SPEAKER, LORA NAISMITH '18 '21
Lora Naismith graduated from Texas A&M in 2018 with a BS in Biology and a minor in Spanish. A field ecology trip to the Amazon Rainforest in Brazil prompted her to analyze how humans impact the Amazon River and see how the laws and regulations of Brazil were influencing the environment.
After a year off from school to work and travel [backpacking through Europe], she started digging into what she "really wanted to pursue" and found that her love for research and helping people would be an ideal skill set for a legal career. She enrolled at the Texas A&M School of Law in Fort Worth to study international intellectual property law.
She found her place in programs focused on natural resources and international law. Her summer internship in Cambodia, dealing with intellectual property and natural resources, helped to shape her understanding of what types of regulations the U.S. needs to create a more sustainable environment for our society.
Yes, for the basketball fans out there, Lora's last name sounds familiar. Her great-great-grandfather, Dr. James Naismith, invented basketball (and created the idea for the modern football helmet).
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