Jennifer Choi -- Bowing UpThe violinist/composer discusses her classical training, mastering improvisation, Korean heritage, and introduces usto musical examples recorded at Roulette with collaborators including Marco Cappelli, Susie Ibarra, Rubin Kodheli,Ikue Mori, Michael Nicolas, Vongku Pak, and the Talujon Percussion Ensemble.https://roulette.org/
The violinist/composer discusses her classical training, mastering improvisation, Korean heritage, and introduces us to musical examples recorded at Roulette with collaborators including Marco Cappelli, Susie Ibarra, Rubin Kodheli, Ikue Mori, Michael Nicolas, Vongku Pak, and the Talujon Percussion Ensemble.
Jennifer Choi, Managing Director for Industry Affairs at ILPA discusses how ILPA has evolved and deepened its impact on the policy side, on negotiation among LPs and GPs and on generally building out a network and community for LPs.
Palico Capital Calls
We speak with Jennifer Choi, Managing Director for Industry Affairs at ILPA as she shares her view of the LP industry in recent months, how the crisis has impacted LPs engagement with GPs, and how ILPA has adapted to continue to serve the interests of LPs.
How the Investor Community is Weathering the Disruption, with ILPA’s Jennifer Choi
Fund Finance Friday | Industry Conversations
With all the press reports on subscription facilities and investor liquidity, Cadwalader’s Mike Mascia sits down for this week’s Fund Finance Friday: Industry Conversations with Jennifer Choi, the Managing Director of Industry Affairs at the Institutional Limited Partners Association. In the podcast, Ms. Choi gives updates on how the investor community is weathering the disruption, the state of capital call activity, communication levels between GP’s and LP’s and investor sentiment on their liquidity positions. While some of the data is sobering, Ms. Choi’s message for collective effort and cooperation across the market is uplifting and productive.
Episode 29: Jennifer Choi on How She Quit Her Corporate Job to Open Her Dream Bakery
Awaken and Align
Jennifer is a Korean-American mother and wife who followed the traditional path working in finance until she couldn't ignore her love for the creative arts any longer. Jennifer was hyperaware of aesthetic quality and constantly searching for ways to channel her creativity. After many years, a little curiosity about baking quickly became a full-blown obsession, and Jennifer found herself spending hours poring over recipe books, up late at night baking experiments, and making many educational visits to the best bakeries to sample one of everything. She soon enrolled in culinary school to learn the fundamentals of pastry. With her passion grounded in technique, Jennifer launched her professional career in a busy retail bakery and a Michelin-starred restaurant in NYC. Working behind the scenes in the kitchen gave Jennifer valuable experience, insight, and refined skills, but she longed for more creativity and artistic expression. The launch of Sugarsuckle brings Jennifer the opportunity to share her sweet vision with you. In this episode, we talk about how she was able to transition from a corporate job to owning her own bakery, how she hired a high-functioning and collaborative team, breaking away from family expectations, and that taking risks is really not a big deal.
On this episode of Whipcast we'll hear from my friends April Choi and Bethany Byrnes who are both professional fire performers as well as whipmakers. April, who is a mechanical engineer and multi Guinness world record holder was recently featured on the popular YouTube channel Smarter Every Day to help research what happens at the exact moment a whip cracker breaks the speed of sound. We'll discuss fire whip construction, our first time making a whip, April and Bethanys journey to where they are today and more.
Jennifer Choi is Founder and Champion of Communication at Bon Intent, a boutique communications consultancy. She is super passionate about working with others to amplify their impact through effective communication. With high emotional intelligence, Jennifer believes that infusing empathy into communication will enable people to truly connect to each other in the digital age. Authentic human connection makes her heart flutter.Jennifer has failed many times in her life but she always knew that failure is not final. Tune into this episode as she shares what she has done to live the life that she has today and how you can apply it to your own journey.Check out thetaoofselfconfidence.com for show notes of Jennifer's episode, Jennifer's website, resources, gifts and so much more.
TAAV 016: Communicating an Effective Message with Jennifer Choi
The Asian American Voice
Jennifer Choi is Founder and Champion of Communication at Bon Intent, a boutique communications consultancy. Jennifer walks us through step by step what she did to quit her corporate job and start her company. She talks about the importance of self reflection and the emotional aspect of following your calling. For the show notes page for this episode please visit: theasianamericanvoice.com/podcast/16 "Like" our Facebook page for updates on future shows and other resources: https://www.facebook.com/TheAsianAmericanVoice/