Levo League, a social network to help Gen Y women build connections to elevate their careers, announced Warren Buffett as a mentor during a live Office Hours session broadcast from Berkshire Hathaway on Tuesday, May 7.
Mr. Buffett advised Gen Y to “find your passion” in his live chat on Levo League. The video Q&A is available for viewing at levoleague.com/office-hours/warren-buffett.
“Never give up searching for the job that you’re passionate about. Try to find the job you’d have if you were independently rich. Forget about the pay. When you’re associating with the people that you love, doing what you love, it doesn’t get any better than that.”
He continued to reinforce his stance as an advocate for women’s advancement. “Women have every potential that men do. No one should hold themselves back. The future is terrific.”
“Warren Buffett believes in Gen Y women, and we are honored that he is using Levo League’s mentorship platform as an outlet for democratizing mentorship and providing women with the support needed to elevate their careers,” says Caroline Ghosn, CEO and co-founder of Levo League.
Levo League’s mentorship platform offers Q&A between Levo users and featured mentors, and facilitates connections based on compatibility.
Users can search for specific advice by category, and curate their activity feeds by following featured mentors and other Levo members.
In the picture above: Warren Buffett and Caroline Ghosn for Levo League Office Hours Live Chat.