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Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area
1005 Atlantic Avenue, Alameda, California 94501
Personal Branding is an introspective workshop designed to transfigure each attendee’s perception of themselves to that of a company, embodying fundamental business principles such as marketing, products/services, security, liability, and profitability.
Get ready to dig deep, uncover valuable insight into personal branding and learn how to effectively represent both your company and yourself. This is not a lecture, nor is it an update of your LinkedIn profile or social media but if you are ready to do the work, you’ll learn how to tell your story with authenticity.
Kevin L. Nichols — Founder, The Social Engineering Project
Kevin L. Nichols has worked in multifaceted capacities in some of the most prolific international law firms in the country, such as Morrison & Foerster, Paul Hastings, Heller Ehrman, and Holland & Knight. His interest in diversity and technology began while he was a mechanical engineering/diversity intern at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Later, he became the Executive Director of the California Diversity Council and the African American Wellness Project. Kevin has become a social networking expert and full-time consultant specializing in litigation technology (eDiscovery), diversity, and social media marketing for the legal industry. Nichols has been featured on LinkedIn’s Hall of Fame, Yahoo’s Blog, in the Examiner, CNN Money, Reuters, MarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal. Millions saw Kevin while logging in to LinkedIn.com
from 2011-2014. He is now the Founder of The Social Engineering Project, Inc., an Oakland based, Google and Microsoft funded, social impact venture with Stanford University designed to address the lack of diversity in the tech industry. Kevin attended the University of California, Berkeley and recently completed an Executive Program for Social Entrepreneurship at Stanford's Graduate School of Business.
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