Saturday, April 11, 2009

Immigrants’ Son Abandons Big Corporate Jobs for Entrepreneurship, Family, and Faith

There is still investment money in Orange County, according to David Oh, managing director of the Harvard Alumni Association of Orange County, which is sponsoring the 25th annual Southern California Business Growth Conference on April 20, 2009.

David is a graduate of some of the best colleges in the country, including Harvard, who has left behind a profession in large corporations to pursue a life modeled after his Korean immigrant father’s—dedicated to entrepreneurship, family, and faith. His company, EmLiv, helps aging family members stay in their homes by making structural modifications. Listen.

A Student of Life is a weekly interview show that examines how to maximize your talents despite a college degree. The host is Judy Alexander, author and photographer.


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