OC Women of ALPFA Spotlight: Julissa Arce

“The No. 1 lesson I learned is that there is always a way. Navigating a world where men still rule wasn’t easy”…” But where there is a will, there is a way.” – Julissa Arce
“Once I had the full-time offer, I turned that plan into, “How to become the first Hispanic woman partner at Goldman.” I came up with that plan “

1. Check in with my bosses periodically on my progress
2. Set and receive expectations for compensation
3. Be intentional about promotions
4. Self-promote (something many people are afraid to do)
5. Be flexible

(Julissa Arce is a writer, speaker, and social-justice advocate. She is the co-founder and chairman of the Ascend Educational Fund, a college scholarship and mentorship program that assists immigrant students, regardless of their immigration status, ethnicity, or national origin. Julissa is also a board member for the National Immigration Law Center and for College Spring. Prior to becoming an advocate, she built a successful career on Wall Street, working at Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch.)

Learn more about our upcoming OC Women of ALPFA Keynote speaker, as Julissa Arce will be sharing her inspirational story and new book, My Underground American Dream

Don’t miss this event. OC Women of ALPFA – Paving the Way for Latinas in the US: The Roadmap to Power also featuring:
Elena Einstein, Ph.D., presenting her doctoral study on Active Engagement & Career Outcomes.
Lorraine Quintanar, founder of the ALPFA OC Chapter.
Maureen Umana, who will share financial empowerment strategies.
Rebeca Diaz, sharing insights of a career at KPMG.

Tuesday June 6th / 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm / Prudential, Irvine, CA.
Learn More and Register Today: (Click Link Below)


Sources: http://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/31/my-secret-to-my-success-on-wall-street-commentary.html

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