Networking :: Ring of Reciprocity :: Asking For and Offering Help, Alissa Finerman hosts, Thu 4/22, 5:30pm PDT

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Thursday, April 22, 2021
5:30pm— 6:30pm
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Open to all Wharton and Penn alumni, the Reciprocity Ring is a one-time, face-to-face or virtual exercise that makes asking for and offering help easy.  Join The Wharton Club of Southern California for an interactive networking session.  Come, ask, share, and receive help from others on that project or task.  The discussion will be moderated by Alissa Finerman, WG’98, Executive Coach and VP of  Wharton SoCal Events.

Date:  Thursday, April 22, 2021

Time:  5:30pm -6:45pm PDT

Place:  Virtual (Zoom)

Alissa Finerman WG98

Alissa Finerman, WG98

Alissa is an Executive Coach, Gallup Certified Strengths® Coach, facilitator, speaker and author of the book, “Living in Your Top 1%.”​  She works with teams, executives, managers and entrepreneurs to help them leverage their strengths, uncover blind spots, increase team engagement levels and build partnerships to achieve their goals.  Alissa holds an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA from the University of California, Berkeley.  She received her coach training from New York University, Results Coaching and Gallup Strengths Coaching Program.

Alissa’s business background includes ten years in finance at Credit Suisse, a top-tier global investment bank;  IPC, a former Goldman Sachs portfolio company serving the financial industry;  Guggenheim Capital, a boutique investment management firm and five years in commercial real estate.

Alissa was an All-American tennis player at the University of California, Berkeley and competed on the Women’s Professional Tennis Circuit, achieving a doubles world ranking of No. 202.  She has been ranked No. 1 in the USTA National Women’s Doubles in various age groups.  In 2014, she represented the USA and won the ITF World Team Championships Women’s 45.

Alissa develops coaching programs and works with individuals, teams and companies to motivate people to think bigger and redefine their potential by leveraging strengths.  To learn more please visit