Being a minority in any workplace can be difficult. In this talk, Jessica discussed about her experiences as an Asian American in her workplaces. She will share about how she used her insights from Eastern cultures to co-exist with Western workplaces. JessicaChen is an Emmy-Award winner, top virtual keynote speaker, and CEO of the global business communications agency, Soulcast Media. The company trains Fortune 100 companies, global teams, and individuals on developing executive presence, presentation, and storytelling messaging. Her client list includes Google, the CDC, LinkedIn, Medtronic, HP, DraftKings, and many more.
Prior to starting Soulcast Media, Jessica was a broadcast television journalist. She has been awarded an Emmy-Award for her work at ABC 10News and multiple Associated Press Awards.
Jessica is also a top LinkedIn Learning Instructor where her communications courses have been watched by over 1 million learners and featured on Forbes, Fortune, and Entrepreneur Magazine. Recently, her teachings on executive presence was ranked by LinkedIn as #1 most watched by global business leaders. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at ted.com/tedx