Tuesday, February 21: Former Google Executive presents talk titled “How to Become a Star Performer in Tech”


Tuesday, February 21 | 7-9pm
Boston University Law Auditorium
765 Commonwealth Ave
Free and Open to the Public

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Every star shines in her own way, and there are many factors in common among the star performers. Drawn from his performance experience at Google and interview with executives in top-notch tech companies, Richard Liu will share insights on key factors to become a star performer in Tech and offer a framework to bring these insights to life and guide your career planning, development, and leaping to a new height. The seminar is organized mainly for students.

Presenter Biography
Richard Liu is a technology executive, entrepreneur, and investor. He was an Engineering Director at Google before he started his own company Leap.ai earlier this year. In the seven years in Google, he was a key leader in a wide range of product areas from Enterprise Search, Shopping, Offers to Project Fi. In Leap.ai, he is building a career development framework to enable people to leap to their dream career. Richard is also a partner at TEEC Angel Fund and Tsingyuan Ventures, which invested in over 150 startups including two unicorns. Richard obtained his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from University of Florida and MBA from Southern Methodist University. He earned his master’s degree from Tsinghua University and bachelor’s degree from Sichuan University.

Event hosted by BUGCC (Boston University Global China Connection), MIT CEO (MIT Chinese Entrepreneurs Organization), NEU CSSA (NEU Chinese Students and Scholars Association)