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Want to use East Asian language and area studies skills in your future job but not sure how? Come learn about different career options from our panel of experts! All USC students are welcome.
Please join us for the fifth annual East Asia Career Panel as a part of USC Career Fest 2017. Our impressive alumni panelists come from East Asia-related professions in social media and entertainment advertising, local government, international brand marketing, and journalism. The panel will be followed by a Q&A and networking opportunity.
Alandy Duverge is an Advertising Operations Coordinator at Fullscreen Media, a digital media company that focuses on social-first entertainment experiences. She works in digital strategy and execution across all social media platforms.
Alandy graduated from Dornsife with a double major in Economics and East Asian Languages and Cultures, with an emphasis in Korean. She studied abroad for a year at Yonsei University, after she was a awarded the Foreign Languages and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship. She currently speaks three languages and hopes to learn more.
Jamie Hwang is a Koreatown Deputy for the Office of Council President Herb J. Wesson Jr., serving Council District 10 in Los Angeles.
At USC, Jamie studied International Relations and minored in East Asian Languages and Cultures. During her free time, she volunteered for Asian Americans Advancing Justice and completed internships with Impact Litigation and Councilmember David Ryu. Jamie is passionate about public policy, community service, and empowering Asian-American immigrants through political activism and policy research.
Joseph is the Director of Research and Brand Activation at Incubrand Studios, a creative branding agency consulting for Alibaba's AliSports brands.
At USC, Joseph studied Print Journalism and East Asian Languages and Cultures and played on the USC Football and Rugby teams. He went on to pursue a Master of Public Diplomacy at USC and spent a majority of his time researching the burgeoning Chinese Sports Industry. Since then, Joseph has worked with NFL China, Time Warner Cable Sports and the Wasserman Media Group.
Emily Warren worked as an assistant correspondent for the Mainichi, one of Japan's major newspapers, in the Los Angeles Office. She was responsible for covering news related to American entertainment, politics, and culture. While at the Mainichi, she also worked as a bilingual communicator, helping Japanese reporters cover American stories by conducting interviews, doing research, English translation, and explaining facets of American life for a Japanese audience.
Emily earned her Bachelor's and Masters at USC and is currently pursuing a PhD from USC in East Asian Languages and Cultures.
A video of last year's panel can be found here.
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