Career and Executive Coach Celina Lee joins Jang and Jerry to share her story of going from careers in investment banking and law to helping others find fulfillment and meaning in their careers.Celina Lee is a globally recognized career coach, podcast host, writer, and lawyer. With a passion for helping people to pursue their dreams and live a life doing what they love, she coaches many professionals on their career development, and has given speeches and delivered workshops in many countries.On her podcast, Live Your Dream with Celina Lee, she interviews inspirational people from diverse industries about what they have learned in their journeys in life and career. The podcast has listeners from over 100 countries around the world.She is the founder of Give One Dream, a global movement that inspires people to pursue and achieve their dreams. She has collected and shared dreams from people all over the world, and created Live Your Dream coaching program for students in which they experience an inspirational journey of making their dream a reality.Celina started her career as an investment banker at Merrill Lynch and worked as a corporate lawyer at a law firm, Ropes & Gray LLP in New York City. She worked as the General Counsel and Business Development Director of AKA Study, a startup that develops artificial intelligence engine to create innovative educational services and software.Celina is an author of an award-winning book in South Korea, “꿈을 이뤄드립니다” (“Live Your Dream”), a collection of life stories of people who overcame failures to achieve success in diverse industries. Celina wrote this book in Korean despite having only attended elementary school in South Korea, and her book was published by one of the best publishers in the country.As a host of a talk show and a radio show, Celina has also interviewed guests representing a wide range of professions, and shared her stories and experiences as a New Yorker.She serves on the faculty for the Associate Leadership Institute for the New York City Bar Association, an award-winning program recognized by the American Bar Association. Celina has also been honored as the Council of Urban Professionals (CUP) Fellows, and the Network of Korean-American Leaders (NetKAL) Fellow.She has been invited to coach, deliver keynotes and speak at industry-leading events, universities, and organizations including keynote speech at Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA) International Conference: Making Things Happen, TEDx, MIT, Stanford University, Princeton University, NYU, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), New York City Bar Association, City University of New York (CUNY), AmeriCorps, CreativeMornings, Six Degrees Society, Alaska Center for the Performing Arts, Future Leadership Academy in Sweden, World Federation of Overseas Korean Traders Association, Consulate General of Korea in Canada, Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York (KALAGNY), Korean American Bar Association of Chicago, Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association (KSEA), Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC), Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea, and Seoul Arts Center.Celina received her undergraduate degree from MIT and law degree from U.C. Berkeley School of Law. She is a certified professional coach and is a graduate of the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC).Meet and connect with her at www.celinalee.co// Meet your co-hosts of the Korean American Parenting Podcast!Dr. Jang Cho is a board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist. She received her medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine and completed her psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in New York City and child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship at the Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, DC. Dr. Cho is passionate about treatment, education and advocacy for mental health of Asian Americans and has given talks in various seminars and conferences, both locally and nationally. She is a co-founder and a co-chair for Asian Caucus of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and a faculty member of the MGH Center for Cross-Cultural Student Emotional Wellness. During her down time, Dr. Cho enjoys living in rural Washington state and navigating the challenges of raising her bicultural young daughter. She is delighted to share her journey - both the joy and the tribulation- of motherhood with everyone through this podcast.She is a mother to an amazing four-year old daughter and together with her husband reside in Washington state.Connect with Jang: Cultivate Psychiatry: https://www.cultivatepsychiatry.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jangchomd/ Jerry Won is the Founder & CEO of Just Like Media, a podcast company dedicated to sharing Asian American stories. He is the host of Dear Asian Americans and is producer of The Janchi Show, MBAsians, and Asian Podcast Network. Jerry is also the head of Beyond the Resumes, a podcast and community platform bringing career and life advice for the global, modern professional. Prior to podcasts, Jerry was an account director and WeWork and Senior Strategy Consultant at Accenture, roles he worked after earning his MBA at Michigan Ross. Between undergrad at USC and Michigan, he spent 10 years working in sales and marketing roles in various industries. His passion is to share Asian American stories and to normalize talking about many of the things we weren't encouraged to do growing up.He is father to a three-year old son and one-year old daughter and together his wife Kyung live in Southern California.Connect with Jerry: Just Like Media: https://www.justlikemedia.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jerrywon/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jerryjwon/ // Follow the Show! Instagram: http://instagram.com/koreanamericanparenting Facebook: http://facebook.com/koreanamericanparenting Web: http://koreanamericanparenting.com
EP107: Celina Lee, CEO of Zindi: Harnessing the crowd for AI solutions in Africa
💬 “We can’t compare someone who has a data science degree from a top university in the US to someone in Nigeria getting their data science degree without consistent electricity. Data Scientists in Africa have different insights to problem solving and when they bring these to a company, to a job, to a team, it’s incredibly valuable.” @Celina Lee This is a conversation with Celina Lee 🎙️ Celina is the Co-Founder and CEO of Zindi, based out of Cape Town in South Africa, Zindi data science competition platform, dedicated to solving Africa’s most pressing problems by bringing together a community of data scientists who collaborate and compete to come up with the best possible solutions. 🎧 In this episode, Celina and I talk about Data Science and AI projects in Africa. We discuss the unique perspectives that Data Scientists have across the continent and we explore her business Zindi in detail. I’m fascinated by open innovation and by the ways to crowdsource ideas and harness external independent individuals to solve problems. This is for two reasons, the first is that I think more companies will succeed in innovating when they can learn how to fluently access and harness crowd wisdom and because when companies do this, their perspectives will be broader and their biases illuminated and potentially neutralised. Celina is passionate about her work, which actually extends to many countries around the world that contribute to her platform. She has over a thousand data scientists that compete in competitions to solve AI problems. They have a real-time leaderboard for each project to see who is making progress, and to succeed, data scientists team up and collaborate from all over the world. Perhaps with Zindi we are getting a glimpse into the future of work.
How to use crowdsolving & data science in Africa? (with Celina Lee)
In this episode, we connect the dots with crowdsolving. Today’s conversation with Celina Lee from Zindi Africa. Celina has spent over a decade in international development. Now she leads a data science competition platform that uses hackathons to solve the most pressing challenges through the machine learning and AI community. To date, they have involved over 10.000 scientists (over 12000 to date of our talk). Community: geniusnomics.com ---------------------------------------------- OST / Intro Based (remixed) on the "Dreamer" by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3676-dreamer License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/geniusnomics/message
Celina Lee is a career coach, podcast host, writer, and lawyer, and is passionate about helping people to pursue their dreams and live a life doing what they love. She coaches many professionals on their career development, and has given speeches and delivered workshops in many countries. On her podcast, Live Your Dream with Celina Lee, she interviews inspirational people from diverse industries about what they have learned in their journeys in life and career. The podcast has listeners from over 80 countries around the world. She is the founder of Give One Dream, a global movement that inspires people to pursue and achieve their dreams. She has collected and shared dreams from people all over the world, and created Live Your Dream coaching program for students in which they experience an inspirational journey of making their dream a reality.Celina shares how she started to give herself permission to start doing the things that give her joy versus being told what to do. She also shares tips that can help you in your own journey to self confidence.Check out https://thetaoofselfconfidence.com for show notes of Celina's episode, Celina's website, resources, gifts and so much more.
The Blank Book Chapter That Started a Movement with Celina Lee
Infinite Impact Radio
A rediscovered letter written by her 12 year-old self inspired Celina Lee to leave everything behind to chase her dream. And it was a blank book chapter that gave others permission to chase theirs. Listen to the inspiring story of Celina Lee and how she is creating a positive impact on the lives of others around the world in today's episode of Infinite Impact Radio. Celina is a career coach, lawyer, author and podcast host who decided she was tired of living a life that others wanted her to live and instead, decided it was time to ignite the dream that was smoldering inside her since she was a child. Today's episode will help you realize that when you face your fears, follow your heart and chase your dreams, you will impact the lives of others in ways you never imagined. Thanks for listening! Show notes from today's episode. 01:19 Good job and good paycheck but miserable on the inside. 06:45 How a letter she wrote to herself as a young girl changed her life as an adult. 09:20 The blank book chapter that started a movement. 12:55 How asking the right question can change everything. 16:43 Launching the Share Your Dream Campaign and the surprising, life-changing results it cultivated. 21:15 Follow your dreams because your fears and anxiety and negative self talk are not as important as the impact you will make on others. 27:00 The L.O.V.E. framework of Celina's new coaching program. 31:33 Don't ignore the whisper of curiosity. Want to learn more about Celina Lee? Here's how. Visit her website at CelinaLee.co Follow her on Instagram at @celinasdream Listen to her podcast Live Your Dream with Celina Lee --------------------------------------------------- Thank you for listening. Make sure to not miss an episode. Subscribe now on your favorite listening platform and please leave us a review and share with someone who would benefit from this podcast. Are you ready to start your own purpose-driven business to make a positive impact on the world but don't know where to start? I would be honored to help. Please reach out to me on Facebook at Evans Putman Coaching https://www.facebook.com/EvansPutmanHQ/ and let's get you started!
Celina Lee is the co-founder and CEO of Zindi Africa, a Data Science competition platform. Celina is originally from California in the States, and we delved into what it was moving to South Africa, the challenges she’s face in helping to create Zindi Africa and what is needed to become a Data Scientist. Links mentioned in the podcast episode: Zindi Africa – https://zindi.africa/ Ixio Analytics – http://www.ixioanalytics.com/ Kaggle – https://www.kaggle.com/competitions The post We Talk Data Science & Africa With Celina Lee appeared first on Open File Backup Podcast.
BYP 170: 3 Steps to Finding True Career Fulfillment with Celina Lee
Brand You Personal Branding
We spend roughly one-third of our lives at work, yet statistics show that an overwhelming number of people are unhappy with their careers. In this episode I interview Celina Lee, host of the Live Your Dream podcast. Celina is a career coach, public speaker, author, and founder of a non-profit called Give One Dream, based in New York City. Celina left a very successful career in investment banking and law to take charge of her life and reinvent herself, and in this episode she shares a bit of her journey along with 3 steps to help you find fulfillment at work. FREE RESOURCE: The 3 Steps to Finding True Career Fulfillment celinalee.co/steps EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Danny Ozment. Here’s an article he wrote about the benefits of podcasting: A Few More Podcasting Benefits Check it out and then schedule a FREE strategy call with him at the bottom of that page.
Ai Kenya Podcast Ep03: Crowdsourcing data science solutions to African problems featuring Celina Lee
Ai Kenya podcast
It is estimated that 2.3 trillion gigabytes of data are created each day and the amount of new technical information is doubling every two years, with 43 trillion gigabytes of data expected to be created by 2020. How can organizations then leverage data science and machine learning to gain insights and solve problems from the data they generate?In our third Ai Kenya podcast episode recorded in October 2018, we talk to Celina Lee from Zindi, a company based in South Africa that is crowdsourcing data science and machine learning solutions to African problems. We get to discuss how Zindi works, the competitions it has hosted so far and the steps organizations can undertake to get their problems solved on the platform. Visit the Zindi website on http://zindi.africa/ to check out past and current competitions being hosted on the platform.#AiKenya #AiKenyaPodcast #Zindi #DataScience
"How did you find what you wanted to do with your life? How did you have the courage to pursue your dream?” These are questions Celina explores with people from different walks of life. Their journeys reveal stories about dreams, courage, inspiration and creativity.