On September 12th the Black Wharton Undergraduate Association hosted the 10th Annual Freshman Luncheon. Keynote speaker, Kimberly S. Reed, Managing Partner and CEO of Reed Development Group inspired the incoming class of freshmen with words of encouragement, perseverance, and vision for the future. Preceding the keynote, guest speaker Vice Dean Lori Rosenkopf gave pertinent words of advice and emphasized the importance of pursuing growth through networking within organizations like BWUA. 

    Vice Dean Lori Rosenkopf educates freshmen on the multiple resources they have at their fingertips to help them succeed at Penn. It's a journey from start to finish and freshmen got plenty of tips from the Vice Dean on how to navigate their lives at Penn.

 

 

Vice Dean Lori Rosenkopf educates freshmen on the multiple resources they have at their fingertips to help them succeed at Penn. It's a journey from start to finish and freshmen got plenty of tips from the Vice Dean on how to navigate their lives at Penn.

"Walk, think, talk like the person you want to become," keynote, Kim Reed instructs the freshmen class to be confident individuals unafraid to work their passion and purpose. She asserts that all of your talent and education alone create value but, it is your network, your relationships which are attached to your opportunities that allow you to capitalize on your potential and maximize your growth. In other words "your network is equal to your net worth." 

 

Foodwerx of Cherry Hill, New Jersey catered the luncheon. The cuisine was exquisite!

  Thank you for giving us the tools to paint the splendid canvas that holds our future, Kim. You are an inspiring and passionate woman and we genuinely appreciate the time you spent with us and the professional and personal wisdom you imparted.

 

Thank you for giving us the tools to paint the splendid canvas that holds our future, Kim. You are an inspiring and passionate woman and we genuinely appreciate the time you spent with us and the professional and personal wisdom you imparted.

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