Asian American Career Ceilings: What are the Driving Factors, including Asian Ethnicity?

On the April 27, 2021 we presented the twelfth C100 Asian American Career Ceilings Initiative webcast featuring a fireside chat on the topic of “Asian American Career Ceilings: What are the Driving Factors, including Asian Ethnicity?” Our speakers were Jackson Lu, Professor at MIT’s Sloan School of Management and Michael Morris, Professor at Columbia Business School. Peter Young, Chair of the Initiative and C100 Member was the moderator. After the conclusion of the fireside chat, there was a Q&A session during which members of the audience asked questions. Over 575 people registered and 102 questions were submitted. Due to the high volume of questions, we held a follow up Q&A and Discussion Session so that Lu and Morris could continue their conversation with the participants.

The event was held via Zoom webinar on April 27, 2021 at 8pm ET.

Check out our other Asian American Career Ceiling events here. 

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