“Purpose, Passion, & Profit: Finding Meaningful Work in a Stressful World” YANA Evening Tea

YANA Evening Tea

Purpose, Passion, and Profit:
Finding Meaningful Work in a Stressful World

In an age of Covid, economic hardship, and racial inequity, people are searching for purpose and meaning in their lives as never before. With record numbers in transition through layoffs, rescinded job offers, student gap years, and more, how can we successfully navigate this new reality to find work and build careers with meaning?

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Join our YANA Evening Tea for a candid conversation between Dasia Moore ’18 and Nell Derick Debevoise, Harvard ’02, as they share insights and lessons from their personal journeys

November 18, 2020
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Dasia Moore ’18 is a YANA Board Member, Co-Founder & Director of Go South, and currently works as a reporter for the Boston Globe’s metro desk. Prior to joining the Globe in 2020, she worked as a researcher and writer for Quartz and as a news associate for Katie Couric Media.
Nell Derick Debevoise is Founder & CEO of Inspiring Capital, a certified B Corp based in New York City. Inspiring Capital’s experiential learning programs and workshops engage and train under-represented professionals to do work that integrates profit and purpose.
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