How to Leverage Your Career Strengths
1

Tuesday, 1 June

9:30 11 pm EDT

GA Los Angeles (Livestream)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

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How to Leverage Your Career Strengths | June 1

Scott Asai Photo


Keynote Speaker

Franciska Castillo Photo


Director of Career and Professional Development, Chapman University

Aaron Vilaubi Photo


Manager of Employer Relations, Chapman University

1

Tuesday, 1 June

9:30 11 pm EDT

GA Los Angeles (Livestream)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

How do you know if your current role is the right fit for you? What if you don't even know what your strengths are? Join our panel discussion as Franciska, Aaron and Scott share how they've maximized their strengths in their career to this point. You will learn how to identify, leverage and optimize your brand to land, then succeed in the opportunity of your dreams.

Takeaways

During this webinar, learn how to apply your Top 5 strengths into your current or future role!

About the Instructors

Scott Asai Photo

Keynote Speaker

Scott Asai helps tech companies close the soft skills gap so they can maximize performance and retention. Through speaking, providing workshops and coaching he focuses on improving communication, leadership development and boosting emotional intelligence (EQ). Scott believes time is the most valuable currency. His motivation (why) as an entrepreneur is: having the freedom/flexibility to spend time the way he chooses, primarily with his friends and family. Scott's partnership with GA hosting bi-monthly events spans over 2+ years. He thrives on presenting, facilitating and recruiting speakers on an ongoing basis. Scott's professional background includes: B.A. in Psychology, M.A. in Organizational Leadership, Certified Professional Coach, Certified Strengths Coach and TEDxSpeaker.

Franciska Castillo Photo

Director of Career and Professional Development,
Chapman University

Franciska Castillo joined Chapman University in 2015 and currently serves as their Director of Career and Professional Development. In this capacity, she is responsible for managing the department’s Employer Relations and Career Education efforts. Sheworks closely with department leadership to innovate and develop strategies and initiatives that cultivate and create employment opportunities, while maintaining positive relationships with Chapman's consistencies. This includes advancing resources and programs that address school-specific career development and employment needs of
Chapman students and alumni, as well as building strategic corporate and industry
alliances that result in internship and career opportunities for students and alumni.

Before joining Chapman University, Franciska worked with the Orange County
Workforce Development programs, primarily within the Orange County One Stop
Center, where she served as an Operations Supervisor, Lead Case Manager,
Workshop Facilitator and Recruiter. Prior to that, she served as a Career Consultant and Job Developer at ResCare Workforce Services, and coached Division I college softball at UC Riverside and California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). In addition, she was a Division I athlete at CSULB.

Her professional experience also includes serving as an adjunct professor in Chapman University’s Attallah College of Educational Studies’ Leadership Studies program.

Franciska received a double bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Human Development from CSULB and received her Master of Leadership Development degree fromChapman University.

Aaron Vilaubi Photo

Manager of Employer Relations,
Chapman University

Getting to know Aaron Vilaubi requires understanding the metaphor “I come as one but stand as 10,000”. Born and raised in Los Angeles, Aaron wakes up and strives every day to become the best version of himself for the world as a way of saying “Thank You” to those “10,000” who have guided, supported, and believed in him throughout his life.

During the day, he wears that hat of Manager of Employer Relations within the Office of Career & Professional Development at Chapman University, and at night – as well as the early AM hours – wears the hat of Time Management & Optimization Coach for those wanting to become more efficient and productive with their day.

He holds a Masters in Leadership Development, has 6 years of experience with one of the nation’s leading youth leadership development nonprofit organizations, HOBY (Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership), and was a former 4-year collegiate athlete at Chapman University.

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