2nd April 2021 | Webinar

Careers Going Forward: How to Build a Career that Makes a Difference in the World


The College of Global Futures at Arizona State University invites you to hear from Shannon Houde, MBA, PCC as part of ASU’s Earth Month series.

Join us for this free event!

Shannon has mentored and trained 1000+ change leaders over 3000 hours to maximize their personal brands to advance their impact careers. She has been featured in the Huffington Post, the Guardian, GreenBiz, and Triple Pundit and speaks regularly at international conferences including for Kering, GreenBiz, Hitachi, BSR and Net Impact. Shannon is also an alumnus from ASU’s Thunderbird School of Global Management.

In February of 2021, Shannon published “Good Work: How to Build a Career that Makes a Difference in the World” which is part career guide and part job search help – and all purpose-driven. From understanding what the ‘purpose economy’ is and how you fit into it, to what jobs to go for and how to land them, Good Work is the helping hand you need to make a career out of changing the world. Whether you want to battle climate change, promote diversity and inclusion, work in sustainability – or if you’re not sure, but just want to leave things a little better at the end of every workday – learn how to turn that passion into action during this special event.

Registrants will receive a code to purchase the book at a discounted rate and there will also be a book giveaway during the webinar.

Please RSVP your attendance by noon Wednesday, March 31st (A zoom link will be e-mailed to registrants prior to the event).


10:00 - 11:00 a.m PT