A RISING TIDE LIFTS ALL BOATS
Did you know that our most highly esteemed universities require social skills training for their graduating students? That our most powerful Wall Street firms train their new hires in social skills before their start date? Connecting with industry leaders, funders, customers, and interviewers is essential to your success.
We want you to master these skills today.
Helping you maximize your impact through civil discourse and relationship-building helps everyone around you. Such training, however, is often expensive and reserved for the privileged. Our goal is to make effective networking and social skills
affordable and accessible for all.
"Will they smile when they think of you?
If so, bravo.
You have won."
Megan Mayer, Chair of Network for Impact, received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics (magna cum laude) from UCLA where she was tutor and teaching assistant for several economics courses and published a study guide for a macro economics class. Ms. Mayer received her Juris Doctor Degree from UCLA Law, where she served as Editor in Chief of the UCLA Women’s Law Journal, published an article on judicial gender bias that the North Dakota Supreme Court cited as authority, and was teaching assistant for the legal research and writing course for first year students.
Ms. Mayer practiced real estate, estate planning, and business law in Orange County, California. Prior to practicing law, Ms. Mayer worked in the oil, real estate development, and chemical industries. In the Internal Control Department at ARCO, she evaluated financial and operational risk at global operations, managed accounts in the Corporate Treasury Department, and helped create the financial controls over wire transfers that are now industry standard. She formed and then served as president and director of several holding companies for ARCO Chemical Company, and has conducted a successful market forecast for a real estate developer in Monterey County.
Ms. Mayer established Network for Impact to promote respectful discourse and empower others to achieve their personal and professional goals. Her personal clients range from 8 to 78 years of age.
How it Started...
Just south of Silicon Valley, we formed a social skills training program for local students. Dropping the elitist selection process typical of such programs, we sought to reach all children. Silicon Valley professionals, seeking to improve their business pitch, networking, and interviewing, quickly overtook demand for our services. Schools launching new professionals also sought to prepare their graduates for success. Since our modernized training program benefits all professionals, we continue to expand our program delivery, making it more affordable and more accessible. Ultimately, we want everyone to learn how to maximize their success by networking for powerful impact.