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Sean Li

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We are ONE Haas, an alumni-run podcast for the Berkeley Haas Community. With 40,000+ Alumni and 1400+ Haas MBA students on campus every year, there is more to this network than meets the eye. We hope to bridge that gap ever so slightly and introduce you to people you never knew you had in your Haas network. Thank you for tuning in to this Berkeley Haas Podcast!



Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

Latest Episodes

Kendrick Vaughn, FTMBA '16 - Becoming Champions in Diverse Thinking

Episode #50: We're joined by Kenny Vaughn, FTMBA '16, on our podcast today to hear about his life from West Point, to his career serving our country, and his journey since Haas. We chat about everyone from why he chose Haas to our society at large and what he's doing with his Haas degree to make an even bigger impact. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

62 MIN1 w ago
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Kendrick Vaughn, FTMBA '16 - Becoming Champions in Diverse Thinking

Anna Roumiantseva, FTMBA '17 - Questioning the Status Quo Daily at Work and in Life

Episode #49: Anna Roumiantseva, FTMBA '17, joins us on the podcast to share her journey after Haas. Having had successful careers in multiple disciplines and now applying those experiences at startups in stealth mode under Google's famous X Moonshot Factory, she shares us the importance of questioning the status quo on a daily basis. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

22 MIN2 w ago
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Anna Roumiantseva, FTMBA '17 - Questioning the Status Quo Daily at Work and in Life

Dr. Lisa Rawlings, EMBA '19 - Leadership and Social Impact in a More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive America

Episode #48: Dr. Lisa Rawlings, EMBA '19, joins us on our podcast today to talk about her vision and goals as the new President and CEO of the National Urban Fellows (NUF) Organization. National Urban Fellows is a rigorous, full-time graduate program comprised of two semesters of academic course work and a nine month mentorship, leading to a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the City University of New York's Bernard M. Baruch College, School of Public Affairs. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

23 MIN3 w ago
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Dr. Lisa Rawlings, EMBA '19 - Leadership and Social Impact in a More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive America

Dean Ann Harrison, BA '82 - Our World-Class Economist & Dean of Berkeley Haas

Episode #47: In this episode, Sean chats with our very own, Dean Ann Harrison of the Haas School of Business. She's our 15th dean and a renowned economist who has dedicated her career to creating inclusive and sustainable policies in development economics, international trade, and global labor markets. Dean Harrison talks about growing up between cultures and their influences in her career as an economist and lecturer around the world. Economics was not quite the typical background for somebody who wanted to make the world a better place, but this is where she started and continues to make her impact. As an economist, she shares her thoughts on how we should continue opening up to global trade, while still protecting our most vulnerable. As our dean, she explains her vision for Haas, what she has been doing for the past year and a half, and her future plans. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

28 MINJUL 3
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Dean Ann Harrison, BA '82 - Our World-Class Economist & Dean of Berkeley Haas

Stacy Nathaniel Jackson, MBA '90 - Transitioning: A Private Decision With Public Consequences

Episode #46: Celebrating Pride Month on the OneHaas Podcast, we're honored to have Stacy Nathaniel Jackson join us on the show today. He is a fellow Haas alum from the class of 1990. Stacy talks about how being an over-achiever and solid performer helped him achieve a successful career in senior positions in corporate and nonprofit. As an African American transgender artist-activist, he has served on various community boards including mayoral appointee of the San Francisco Transgender Civil Rights Implementation Task Force, UCSF Chancellor's GLBT Advisory Committee, San Francisco LGBT Community Center Project, and former board president of Fresh Meat Productions, a leading transgender and queer performing arts nonprofit. Stacy has since retired and is now focused on being an author, artist, and activist. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

39 MINJUN 26
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Stacy Nathaniel Jackson, MBA '90 - Transitioning: A Private Decision With Public Consequences

Dr. Sahar Yousef, Productivity Expert & Lecturer - Becoming Superhuman: The Science of Peak Performance and Productivity

Episode #45: Sean chats with Dr. Sahar Yousef, one of our faculty lecturers here at Haas. She teaches an extremely popular elective called Becoming Superhuman on the science of peak performance and productivity. Today, she shares with us some of those lessons on how to increase human performance and improve productivity - without using any kind of "limitless" pill. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

32 MINJUN 19
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Dr. Sahar Yousef, Productivity Expert & Lecturer - Becoming Superhuman: The Science of Peak Performance and Productivity

Marco Lindsey, Associate Director of D.E.I. - Importance of Fighting Anti-Blackness

Episode #44: Marco Lindsey, our Berkeley Haas Associate Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, joins us today to talk about the importance of fighting anti-blackness not only in ourselves but in our future generation. For those of you who may not understand Anti-Blackness, it was best explained in an article written by Kihana Miraya Ross, Northwestern University professor of African-American studies, as "the inability to recognize black humanity." She describes it as a "theoretical framework that illuminates society's inability to recognize our humanity - the disdain, disregard and disgust for our existence." We hear about Marco's upbringing in East Oakland and how he wakes up every day to instill the right values in not only his children but also the youths in his community. He does so by walking his talk, serving as an active board member of the 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, and giving back to the community through his gratuitous actions. Support this podcast at — https:/...

37 MINJUN 12
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Marco Lindsey, Associate Director of D.E.I. - Importance of Fighting Anti-Blackness

Ace Patterson, FTMBA '16 - Haas Rap Legend AKA Call Me Ace

Episode #43. We're joined by the one and only Haas Rap Legend Ace Patterson AKA Call Me Ace. He shares with us his journey through Haas and how he rebooted his passion for rap music his last semester of Haas while recruiting for consulting. Ace pursued a corporate career post-MBA from Deloitte to Facebook to YouTube to hone his business acumen while concurrently launching a successful music career. Check out his music everywhere under his rap name Call Me Ace. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

37 MINJUN 5
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Ace Patterson, FTMBA '16 - Haas Rap Legend AKA Call Me Ace

Soh Kim, PhD '13 - Chez Panisse Case, Food Design Research, and Food Innovation

Episode #42. We speak with Soh Kim, a PhD '13 alumna who did her research on Open Innovation Ecosystem: Chez Panisse Case which encompassed Food Innovation. She was guided under Henry Chesbrough through the Berkeley Haas Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

20 MINMAY 15
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Soh Kim, PhD '13 - Chez Panisse Case, Food Design Research, and Food Innovation

Claire Veuthey, EMBA '19 - On ESG and Social Impact Investing

Today, we're joined by Claire Veuthey, of the Executive MBA class of 2020. She shares with us her multinational background and influences that led her to pursue a career helping investors better integrate environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) factors into their decisions. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

21 MINMAY 2
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Claire Veuthey, EMBA '19 - On ESG and Social Impact Investing

Latest Episodes

Kendrick Vaughn, FTMBA '16 - Becoming Champions in Diverse Thinking

Episode #50: We're joined by Kenny Vaughn, FTMBA '16, on our podcast today to hear about his life from West Point, to his career serving our country, and his journey since Haas. We chat about everyone from why he chose Haas to our society at large and what he's doing with his Haas degree to make an even bigger impact. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

62 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Kendrick Vaughn, FTMBA '16 - Becoming Champions in Diverse Thinking

Anna Roumiantseva, FTMBA '17 - Questioning the Status Quo Daily at Work and in Life

Episode #49: Anna Roumiantseva, FTMBA '17, joins us on the podcast to share her journey after Haas. Having had successful careers in multiple disciplines and now applying those experiences at startups in stealth mode under Google's famous X Moonshot Factory, she shares us the importance of questioning the status quo on a daily basis. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

22 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Anna Roumiantseva, FTMBA '17 - Questioning the Status Quo Daily at Work and in Life

Dr. Lisa Rawlings, EMBA '19 - Leadership and Social Impact in a More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive America

Episode #48: Dr. Lisa Rawlings, EMBA '19, joins us on our podcast today to talk about her vision and goals as the new President and CEO of the National Urban Fellows (NUF) Organization. National Urban Fellows is a rigorous, full-time graduate program comprised of two semesters of academic course work and a nine month mentorship, leading to a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree from the City University of New York's Bernard M. Baruch College, School of Public Affairs. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

23 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Dr. Lisa Rawlings, EMBA '19 - Leadership and Social Impact in a More Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive America

Dean Ann Harrison, BA '82 - Our World-Class Economist & Dean of Berkeley Haas

Episode #47: In this episode, Sean chats with our very own, Dean Ann Harrison of the Haas School of Business. She's our 15th dean and a renowned economist who has dedicated her career to creating inclusive and sustainable policies in development economics, international trade, and global labor markets. Dean Harrison talks about growing up between cultures and their influences in her career as an economist and lecturer around the world. Economics was not quite the typical background for somebody who wanted to make the world a better place, but this is where she started and continues to make her impact. As an economist, she shares her thoughts on how we should continue opening up to global trade, while still protecting our most vulnerable. As our dean, she explains her vision for Haas, what she has been doing for the past year and a half, and her future plans. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

28 MINJUL 3
Comments
Dean Ann Harrison, BA '82 - Our World-Class Economist & Dean of Berkeley Haas

Stacy Nathaniel Jackson, MBA '90 - Transitioning: A Private Decision With Public Consequences

Episode #46: Celebrating Pride Month on the OneHaas Podcast, we're honored to have Stacy Nathaniel Jackson join us on the show today. He is a fellow Haas alum from the class of 1990. Stacy talks about how being an over-achiever and solid performer helped him achieve a successful career in senior positions in corporate and nonprofit. As an African American transgender artist-activist, he has served on various community boards including mayoral appointee of the San Francisco Transgender Civil Rights Implementation Task Force, UCSF Chancellor's GLBT Advisory Committee, San Francisco LGBT Community Center Project, and former board president of Fresh Meat Productions, a leading transgender and queer performing arts nonprofit. Stacy has since retired and is now focused on being an author, artist, and activist. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

39 MINJUN 26
Comments
Stacy Nathaniel Jackson, MBA '90 - Transitioning: A Private Decision With Public Consequences

Dr. Sahar Yousef, Productivity Expert & Lecturer - Becoming Superhuman: The Science of Peak Performance and Productivity

Episode #45: Sean chats with Dr. Sahar Yousef, one of our faculty lecturers here at Haas. She teaches an extremely popular elective called Becoming Superhuman on the science of peak performance and productivity. Today, she shares with us some of those lessons on how to increase human performance and improve productivity - without using any kind of "limitless" pill. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

32 MINJUN 19
Comments
Dr. Sahar Yousef, Productivity Expert & Lecturer - Becoming Superhuman: The Science of Peak Performance and Productivity

Marco Lindsey, Associate Director of D.E.I. - Importance of Fighting Anti-Blackness

Episode #44: Marco Lindsey, our Berkeley Haas Associate Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, joins us today to talk about the importance of fighting anti-blackness not only in ourselves but in our future generation. For those of you who may not understand Anti-Blackness, it was best explained in an article written by Kihana Miraya Ross, Northwestern University professor of African-American studies, as "the inability to recognize black humanity." She describes it as a "theoretical framework that illuminates society's inability to recognize our humanity - the disdain, disregard and disgust for our existence." We hear about Marco's upbringing in East Oakland and how he wakes up every day to instill the right values in not only his children but also the youths in his community. He does so by walking his talk, serving as an active board member of the 100 Black Men of the Bay Area, and giving back to the community through his gratuitous actions. Support this podcast at — https:/...

37 MINJUN 12
Comments
Marco Lindsey, Associate Director of D.E.I. - Importance of Fighting Anti-Blackness

Ace Patterson, FTMBA '16 - Haas Rap Legend AKA Call Me Ace

Episode #43. We're joined by the one and only Haas Rap Legend Ace Patterson AKA Call Me Ace. He shares with us his journey through Haas and how he rebooted his passion for rap music his last semester of Haas while recruiting for consulting. Ace pursued a corporate career post-MBA from Deloitte to Facebook to YouTube to hone his business acumen while concurrently launching a successful music career. Check out his music everywhere under his rap name Call Me Ace. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

37 MINJUN 5
Comments
Ace Patterson, FTMBA '16 - Haas Rap Legend AKA Call Me Ace

Soh Kim, PhD '13 - Chez Panisse Case, Food Design Research, and Food Innovation

Episode #42. We speak with Soh Kim, a PhD '13 alumna who did her research on Open Innovation Ecosystem: Chez Panisse Case which encompassed Food Innovation. She was guided under Henry Chesbrough through the Berkeley Haas Garwood Center for Corporate Innovation. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

20 MINMAY 15
Comments
Soh Kim, PhD '13 - Chez Panisse Case, Food Design Research, and Food Innovation

Claire Veuthey, EMBA '19 - On ESG and Social Impact Investing

Today, we're joined by Claire Veuthey, of the Executive MBA class of 2020. She shares with us her multinational background and influences that led her to pursue a career helping investors better integrate environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) factors into their decisions. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/onehaas/donations

21 MINMAY 2
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