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Wed, Dec 06

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Online Discussion

The Hot Seat: Eddie Mazariegos | CEO & Founder @ Future Gen

The Hot Seat is a moderated conversation featuring people of influence from the business community and public sector. By highlighting stories of success (primarily from women and people of color), this serie is designed to be an inspirational, mentorial resource for entrepreneurs and future leaders.

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The Hot Seat: Eddie Mazariegos | CEO & Founder @ Future Gen
The Hot Seat: Eddie Mazariegos | CEO & Founder @ Future Gen

Time & Place

Dec 06, 2023, 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM PST

Online Discussion

About the Event

The Fireside Chat:

The Hot Seat (Fireside Chat) is a moderated conversation featuring leaders and people of influence from the business community and public sector. By highlighting stories of success (primarily from women and people of color), this event is designed to be an inspirational, mentorial resource for entrepreneurs and professionals.

About Your Guest:

Eddie Mazariegos is the Founder of Future Gen, a company focused on building solutions that make career exploration easy for Gen Z high schoolers. At Future Gen, they are obsessed with one question - What do you want to do in the future? Behind the Future Gen Mission and Eddie's Professional Snapshot: I come from an immigrant family and am a first-generation college grad. Before starting Future Gen, I was doing some boring things as a M&A Management Consultant that flew across the country seeing one hotel at a time. However, I found my passion whenever I had an opportunity to build mentorship or company culture programs. After doing this 5+ times in high school, college, and Hyundai from scratch, I decided to put my 100% effort into this space. Through my own career exploration journey, I have done the following: attended Harvard for a Medical Apprenticeship Program, been mentored for investment banking opportunities through Latinos in Finance by an MD from Morgan Stanley, designed and implemented projects involving 1,000+ stakeholders across North America for Hyundai, identified $250M+ in savings across nearly 30 M&A deals, and became an Eagle Scout. I strive to learn more about what brings the world together with the purpose of helping as many people as possible. I believe people do not lack passion or drive, but guidance can go a long way. Much can be achieved through common ground - feel free to reach out for any reason and let's build the future together. Currently considering launching a podcast focused around the Gen Z High School Experience.

About Your Host, Rubelyn Chu:

Rubelyn Chu is the Seattle Community Leader with YPCommunities, and Co-Founder of Access2, a sourcing and staffing marketplace that operates in tandem with community organizations. We help ensure that space is occupied by providing opportunity through events and storytelling through our unique platform, one of them being sports.

Rubelyn is also part of the Alumni Advisory Board and Advisee in the Entrepreneurship Program at Northwest University and is a mentor to local high school and college students and in the local startup community. When she isn’t working, she can be found in the gym, going on road trips/traveling or with family and friends.

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