We have two terrific opportunities to chat with some of our alumni about their successful careers as well as their experience in graduate school, and the role that IU and the Honors College played in their career decisions. We have reached out to as diverse as group as possible, to offer a wealth of different personal and professional experience.
The two online panels will be in the form of Q & A, but to help the participants, we ask you that you send your questions to Kristin Varella (firstname.lastname@example.org) and me (email@example.com) by March 28, although there will be impromptu questions as well. You are very welcome to attend these meetings whether you have questions or not.
Zoom link for both events: https://iu.zoom.us/s/83234284198
Kara Ingelhart (she/her) is a Senior Attorney in the Midwest Regional Office of Lambda Legal, the oldest and largest organization dedicated to advancing the civil rights of lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, transgender people and individuals living with HIV, where she previously served as a Skadden Fellow. Karat has played an instrumental role in advancing the rights of LGBT people and people living with HIV under civil and human rights laws. Ingelhart graduated from The University of Chicago Law School. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biology and Gender Studies from Indiana University, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and with highest honors.
Kristin Archer is Vice President at GTCR, a leading private equity firm based out of Chicago. Her finance career has included stints in investment banking, wealth management, and middle market private equity. Kristin holds an MBA from Stanford University, an MS in finance from The International University of Monaco, and a BS from Indiana University Kelley School of Business (2011).
Nikhil Vasudeva is a practicing corporate attorney with Lawyer at Ropes & Gray LLP based out of NYC and was actively involved in a number of organizations as a student at IU, including the Honors Student Organization and the Vice Provost's office for educational inclusion and diversity during his time at IU. He is a 2014 graduate in Political Science & Psychology from IU and a 2018 graduate of Columbia Law School.
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Reservations closed on Wednesday April 6th, 2022 at 11:45am.