nothing lasts forever

My time in high school

Attended high school in the

Overall high school experience

Grades in high school
Mostly A's


Best subjects
History / Social Studies, Math, Visual Arts

Struggled with...
chemistry - it felt too abstracted from my life experiences

Favorite extracurricular

Life since high school

Attended college / university at
UC Berkeley

Majored in
comms major

Post-graduate education or training

Places lived in US
California, Illinois, Massachusetts

Current occupations / past occupations
Advertising, Marketing

Industries I've worked in
- Information
- Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

Did your education prepare you for your career/occupation?

Has your education and/or career/occupation trajectory ever changed? How?
yes - i transitioned from services into tech

A little introspection...

To me, being successful means...
actualizing your goals

My definition of success has changed over time. 
success for me today is defined in more personal ways, whereas when I was younger I looked to others for clues on what it means to be successful

My greatest accomplishment to date and what I’ve learned from it
professionally – serving as global head of marketing for Chrome, which I brought to #1 market leadership position.
personally - bearing witness to the confidence and self-love in my daughters

My biggest mistake or regret so far and what I’ve learned from it
not listening to my inner voice and saying "yes" to a big life decision when I wanted to say "no" and then allowing myself to get swept up in external momentum

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