Gap Year 2.0: Feb 10, 2021 @ 7pm

A Virtual Conversation Led By Vivien Li

During this past year, more and more individuals have considered the possibility of change, whether a different vocation, a career break, or retirement. Nationally recognized waterfront advocate Vivien Li *83 shares experiences from her "Gap Year 2.0", filled with new opportunities of purpose and meaning as well as new adventures.  Come hear and be inspired by her story, and learn how aspects of change might become a part of your life.

Vivien Li *83 is a community leader and noted urban planner, best known to PANE members for her efforts over two decades in revitalizing Boston's waterfront and for focusing attention on climate change and sea level rise in the region. Most recently, she served as President and CEO of Riverlife, where she worked to promote additional open spaces, public access, and riverfront amenities for Pittsburgh's public to enjoy, before returning to Boston in 2018.  An active Princeton alumna, Vivien is co-chair of graduate annual giving for Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs, a former member of Princeton University's Committee to Nominate Alumni Trustees, and former co-chair of Princeton's School of Public and International Affairs Advisory Council.  Vivien currently serves on the City of Boston's newly-established Municipal Lobbying Compliance Commission to ensure good governance and transparency in government, and is a volunteer at the Women's Lunch Place and the Church of the Covenant Food Pantry.  She has degrees from Barnard College and Princeton University, and an honorary doctorate from Allegheny College (PA).


February 10, 2021  @ 7pm  Rescheduled from January 14, 2021 at 7pm


Zoom Meeting ID 882 520 9318

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