Resources to help students discover their passions at Penn, in their careers, and beyond.
After dropping out and becoming homeless, Dr. Vivienne Ming got a Ph.D., became a transgender rights advocate, and devoted her life to researching purpose.
With a background in medicine, academia, and business, Dr. P. Roy Vagelos was the CEO of Merck & Co. from 1985 to 1994. After earning his B.S. in Chemistry
Alec Sokolow graduated from Penn with a B.A. in Communications in 1985. He began his writing career as a writer for National Lampoon Magazine and segment producer on The
Dawoon Kang is one of the three founding sisters and COO of Coffee Meets Bagel, a highly curated online dating app that focuses on quality over quantity.
Gene Jeffers is a retired freelance writer who worked with media relations and crisis management at a variety of NGOs.
Ted Schlein is a General Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB), one of Silicon Valley’s prominent venture capital firms with early investments in Amazon, AOL, Electronic Arts,
David Wertime on his experience in the Peace Corps and founding a media company.