Calm Clarity brings stress relief to Penn and Wharton Alumni

On March 25, the Penn Alumni Club and Wharton Alumni Club of Philadelphia hosted a pilot session for alumni to experience the Calm Clarity Program.  The event was met with great demand, as more than 55 people registered, filling up the capacity of the venue.

During the session, Due Quach presented the first module of the program, which was very positively received. Afterwards, many of the participants expressed interest in experiencing the rest of the program. We are now in discussions with the organizers to offer more workshops to the membership.

Please read below to see what the organizers shared about the event:

“The Penn Alumni Club of Philadelphia and Wharton Alumni Club of Philadelphia hosted a joint event with Due as the speaker. Our alumni experienced a wonderful evening of learning and meditation. The experience was exceptionally positive, and we look forward to working with Due and Calm Clarity again soon.” 

~President of the Penn Alumni Club of Philadelphia

“Due brought the Calm Clarity techniques to a sold out Wharton Club / Penn Club event in late March. She was an extremely engaging speaker with a unique ability to convey important ideas to the audience about brain science and how to bring more calm to our stressful lives. There were many positive comments from audience members after the program. I would highly recommend the program!”

~President of the Wharton Alumni Club of Philadelphia

Written by duecalmclarity

Due Quach (pronounced “Zway Kwok”) is the founder of Calm Clarity, a social enterprise that uses science to help people across the socioeconomic spectrum master their minds and be their best self. Calm Clarity creates social impact by using revenues from corporate training services to deliver the same high quality training to disadvantaged groups such as low-income first-generation college students and inner city teenagers. A refugee from Vietnam and graduate of Harvard College and the Wharton MBA Program, Due overcame the long-term effects of poverty and trauma by turning to neuroscience and meditation. After building a successful career in management consulting and private equity investments, she created Calm Clarity to help more people overcome adversity and unlock their potential.

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