Webinar - Entrepreneurship in a Creative Field with Emily Kuvin BA '86 JD, '95
What do law, acting and journalism have to do with jewelry design and entrepreneurship? Everything!
Join us as jewelry designer Emily Kuvin speaks on entrepreneurship in a creative field, being nimble and flexible when making career changes, and creating your own path.
Emily will trace her path from Cornell, through broadcast journalism, law school, philanthropic communications to her current business and career in jewelry design. She will delve deeper into pivotal decisions along the way, as she changed careers, made life choices, learned to be flexible, redefined goals and aspirations, and how she was able to communicate that to prospective employers when necessary. She will then go over her design aesthetic, jewelry and business: which skills she took with her from journalism, law and communications and how she employs them currently.
Emily Mathes Kuvin BA '86 JD, '95 grew up in the New York City area and has recently moved back to Manhattan. She is a broadcast journalist and a lawyer by training, and also spent ten years spearheading fundraising communications for major healthcare systems in Boston. She has lived and worked in rural and metropolitan areas around the country. Emily is now a professional jewelry designer and runs her own business, Emily Kuvin Jewelry. She has won several design awards and received significant media attention for her elegant, original and very wearable pieces.
Emily has had volunteer leadership roles in nonprofit organizations dedicated to empowering women and families, to helping women and children to rebuild their lives after leaving abusive domestic situations, in academic research institutions focused on eradicating infectious diseases, and in community theaters. She is also an active volunteer for Cornell and a strong supporter of the arts.
Emily has a B.A. and a J.D. from Cornell University, and an M.S.J. from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. Emily and her husband Jeff have two children: Sylvie, Cornell '20 and Henry, GW '22.
6:00pm EST webinar, gratis. Advance registration required. Registrants will receive the link to view the tour in the confirmation email.