Tips and Tactics on job interviewing on March 11.

From Minnesota, USA, alumna Jennifer Berg ’76, spent her junior year at Franklin University Switzerland to experience international travel and cultural exchange, while exploring academic and career opportunities.  Jennifer stated that “Franklin strongly influenced my decision to live and work in London for the better part of twenty years”. Jennifer was appointed to several prestigious positions while pursuing a career in investment banking that spanned 30 years in both U.S. and Europe. She was a Vice President in Euro-finance at Merrill Lynch Capital Markets; a Principal at Morgan Stanley, in both NYC and London; and a Managing Director and Global Product Head at UBS, in London. She also co-founded and launched AllBarNone, the first multidisciplinary diversity network in London, adopted globally, and thriving today.

Today Jennifer is closer than ever to her Franklin days having served as a member of the Board of Trustees from 1987-1991 and again from 2012 to the present. She also contributes her time and expertise mentoring young professionals, boosting their self-confidence and career aspirations. Extraordinarily for the Franklin community, she will be sharing her competencies and wisdom on Thursday, March 11, at 7 p.m.  Through an online platform, Jennifer will host a short talk on Interview Tips and Tactics for undergraduate and graduate students eager to build a plan towards a successful career. Further, Jennifer will moderate one-to-one mock interviews with interested students with the objective of acing any job interview.

Curious to participate? Sign up for the event through Moodle here and reach out to Leslie Tedoldi,, or Ebonie Rayford,, for additional information.