Ready or Not, Here I Come: Preparing for a New Career Chapter with Passion and Purpose
Are you thinking of changing jobs, going back to work, or transitioning to a new career? This evening is for you.
Sarah Beller AB ’03, founder and coach at Realize Change, will share strategies and reflective exercises to help you get in touch with what you want in your next professional chapter.
As Oprah writes in her new book The Path Made Clear, once you have clarity about what you truly want, the path to get there becomes much more manageable.
Torn between your dream career and your practical responsibilities? We’ll talk about that too.
Come to gain tools and insights for turning over a new leaf in your professional life, finding more fulfillment and alignment in your work, and making a positive impact in the world.
This workshop is open to everyone encountering a work transition, regardless of career phase or gender.
Sarah Beller AB ’03 is a coach, facilitator, entrepreneur, and musician who inspires and empowers people to bring about a more just and thriving world. After a decade in the non-profit sector building movements that address pressing global issues such as the refugee crisis and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Sarah recently launched her own venture. Through Realize Change, Sarah supports women who want to find fulfilling next steps in their careers and unleash their visions for positive change.
Trained by Presence-Based Coaching, an institute accredited by the International Coach Federation, Sarah has worked with 26 clients on four continents during her first year of professional coaching. Sarah is the co-founder of SongRise, an acclaimed women’s social justice a cappella group that has appeared on CNN and BBC, and a recipient of Avodah’s Partners in Justice Award for visionary leadership in pursuit of social justice.
She holds a bachelors degree in social anthropology from Harvard College and a masters degree in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from American University. Sarah lives in Washington DC with her husband Scott Rechler AB ’03 and their young son, whose current passion is making art.
Harvard Club members and their guests: $25/person
Ticket includes talk, a light dinner of sandwiches, salad/soup, dessert, and non-alcoholic beverages
This venue is fully handicap accessible and our meals are designed to accommodate vegetarians.
The nearest metro station is Metro Center. Exit at 12th and F Street, NW. Your destination is the building named "Columbia Square" which will you see right in front of you as you exit the escalator.
There are several nearby parking garages including:
Columbia Square Parking Garage: 555 12th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 (202) 637-8105
Parking Management: 600 13th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 (202) 347-5469