Sat, Sep 16|
Navigating Strategies for Career Transitioning with Abira Pathak
- Strategies for navigating career transitions in diverse industries. - Insights into building a successful tech, media, and social impact career. - Tips for personal and professional growth in a dynamic job market. - Abira's own experiences and lessons learned throughout her career journey.
Time & Location
Sep 16, 11:00 AM GMT+5:30
About the Event
We are thrilled to invite you to an insightful AMA on "Navigating Strategies for Career Transition" hosted by Abira Pathak, the Country Lead for Change.org India. This AMA promises to be an insightful session filled with practical advice and strategies to help you successfully navigate your career transitions.
This webinar is open to anyone considering or currently undergoing a career transition, whether you are a recent graduate, a mid-career professional, or a seasoned executive. Abira Pathak's strategies and tips will benefit individuals at all stages of their careers. Don't miss this opportunity to gain the knowledge and tools you need to excel in your career transition journey. We encourage you to share this invitation with colleagues and friends who might also benefit from attending.
KNOW YOUR SPEAKER:
Abira Pathak currently serves as the Country Lead for Change.org India, the world's largest petition platform with over 700 million global users. Before this role, she was Head of Impact Partnerships at Times Bridge, responsible for market strategy and operations for Canva for Education and Girl Effect in India, among other initiatives. Preceding her time at Times Bridge, she designed creator programs and scaled media partnerships for Meta India. Her efforts supported more than 900 content partners in growing their online brands and communities. Her diverse range of partners included notable names like JoshTalks, Prajakta Koli, TEDxGateway, Sabyasachi, Lakme Fashion Week, Worldwide Media (WWM), and Conde Nast.
Abira has 11+ years of experience in cross-cultural environments at multinational corporations. She has worked in multiple sectors (like media, e-commerce, nonprofit, and education) at intersections of tech, media and social impact. She is an Ogilvy alumna, has a bachelor's degree in journalism & mass communication and owns a small business that promotes gender inclusivity and local artisanship. She’s an active community volunteer and an art enthusiast.