Princeton Global NetNight 2013

One night. One focus. Princetonians around the world. Guest speaker: David Lax '75, Managing Principal, Lax Sebenius LLC

Please join fellow PANE members and other area alumni for Princeton’s Global NetNight 2013.    We are delighted to introduce this year’s guest speaker, David Lax '75 who will speak on choices and career trajectories.  Dr. Lax's guidance and insight draw upon adult developmental psychology, industrial organization economics and business strategy, decision analysis, and evolutionary biology to help people identify and make key choices that affect thier career trajectory and ultimate satisfaction.  

Dr. Lax also draws from relevant experience. With a PhD in statistics, he taught himself corporate strategy and finance as a young professor and began research on how to conceptualize, prepare for and carry out complex and important negotiations.  He left HBS to work as an investment banker and then for a family office making direct equity investments before co-founding and running Lax Sebenius LLC, a small boutique consulting firm that advises senior executives in companies and governments on complex negotiations and helps smaller companies negotiate their most critical deals.  As an advisor to global companies, he has had the opportunity to observe many career paths.  He also helped found two hedge funds, served as chairman of the board of an oil and gas company and on the boards of other private companies.  He participates in pro bono peace-making efforts and was able to assist in the settlement of the civil war in Nepal. 

 

Global NetNight will be held at Atlantic Wharf. 

Schedule for the evening:

6:00 – 6:30:  Registration

6:30 – 7:00:  David Lax '75 on Turning Your Career Choices into a Fulfilling Career Trajectory 

7:00 – 7:45:  Structured Networking Exercise

7:45 – 8:30:  Open Networking

 
For more information, and to RSVP, please contact the event hosts, PANE’s Careers Committee Chair Tim Lahey ’04, at tim.lahey@colliers.com or  Donna Armentano *86 at donnaarmentano@comcast.net.