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Career Conference 2020

On November 2, 2020, more than 200 Grade 11 and 12 students had the chance to spend the afternoon with 32 alumnae, parents, and past parents who generously shared their thoughts and expertise with senior students as they consider their next steps and career paths. 

Keynote Presentation

Yuka Nagashima ’88, recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Alumnae Achievement Award, joined the Career Conference as the keynote speaker. Watch a recording of her presentation below. 


Presenter Bios

Following the keynote presentation, students were invited to select a topic in each of three 40-minute sessions over the afternoon on the theme of "adaptability." Each session had up to 15 panels to choose from, led by alumnae, parents of current and past students, and community connections. Topics ranged from Architecture & Planning to Health Sciences, Business, Technology, Communications, and more. Students had the chance to hear how panelists cut their paths, and to ask questions that will help shape their own. 

We thank all those who volunteered for their time and passion!

Student Analysis: “The Leaky Ship”

Students Jane '22 and Alina '22 share their takeaways after interviewing Yuka Nagashima ’88 for the Career Conference keynote.

A Conversation with Yuka Nagashima ’88

Yuka Nagashima ’88 is a senior executive, policy leader, entrepreneur and educator in science and technology. We sat with her after the Career Conference to learn more about her path and her values.