Do What You LOVE: Creating a Thriving and Fulfilling Career

Live Your Dreams, Not Your Fears

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Event Details:

Date: Wednesday, June 12th, 2019

Time: 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Venue: Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP, 1650 Market Street, Suite 4500, Philadelphia, PA

Admission: Member $20 | Non-Member $25

Attire: Business Casual



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Identify your core values and get clarity on your goals for positive changes in your career

Speaker: Celina Lee

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Celina Lee

Founder of “Give One Dream,” Career Coach, Podcast host, Writer, Lawyer

Celina Lee is a career coach, podcast host, writer, and lawyer, and is passionate about helping people to pursue their dreams and live a life doing what they love. Her podcast, Live Your Dream with Celina Lee, has listeners in over 70 countries. She is the founder of Give One Dream, a global movement that inspires people to pursue and achieve their dreams and created the Live Your Dream coaching program for students in which they experience an inspirational journey of making their dream a reality.

Celina received her undergraduate degree from MIT and a law degree from U.C. Berkeley School of Law. She began her career as an investment banker, practiced law at a law firm and became General Counsel and Business Development Director of an artificial intelligence startup. She is a certified professional coach and is a graduate of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).


She is an award-winning author of “꿈을 이뤄드립니다” (“Live Your Dream”), a collection of life stories of people who overcame failures to achieve success in diverse industries.

As host of a talk show and a radio show, Celina has interviewed guests representing a wide range of professions, and shared her stories and experiences as a New Yorker.

She serves on the faculty for the Associate Leadership Institute for the New York City Bar Association, an award-winning program recognized by the American Bar Association. Celina has also been honored as the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) Fellows, and the Network of Korean-American Leaders (NetKAL) Fellow.