Dr. Ivy Ge is a pharmacy professor, author, and speaker who helps universities and colleges to connect with students’ needs and provide solutions for improved retention outcomes on a budget.
She holds degrees in business, engineering, and pharmacy. Her diverse academic background enables her to connect with students in both liberal arts and science majors, pinpoint and address the emotional triggers that keep students from engaging in academic and social life on campus.
She helps institutions identify high-risk students by screening incoming first-years and design student services around these students to achieve a highly effective retention-based program.
She has made a series of successful career transitions—from airlines to pharmacy to becoming an award-winning author. Her book, The Art of Good Enough, received the 2020 Reader’s Favorite International Book Award, Silver Medal. She teaches students the step-by-step process of building coveted soft skills to stay versatile in today’s competitive job market.
As a horse accident survivor with a spinal cord injury that could have left her paralyzed, she explores self-healing methods in emotional, spiritual, and physical realms and restores her body when no medical treatment can relieve her pain and suffering. She is currently working on a book about self-healing and shares her learnings on using adversities as a catalyst for positive change.
Dr. Ivy Ge is a professor and award-winning author of The Art of Good Enough and Life Transformation Journal. She has a unique game plan for helping students overcome self-doubt and anxiety, improving their communication and decision-making skills, and preparing them for a thriving career ahead.
Her student retention/wellness and resiliency workshops are successfully taught at UCSF, School of Pharmacy (voted by students as the winner of Dean’s Apple Teaching award). As a multi-genre author, Dr. Ge has transformed her life and offers students the tools to experience tangible improvements in their personal lives and on-campus experiences. She writes to inspire students to design their own destiny. Her self-help books empower students to pursue self-growth and attain their goals. Her writings and interviews have been featured on MSNBC, PBS, Thrive Global, the Times of India, Harvard Business Review, Midwest Book review, and Publisher’s Weekly.
I offer half-day and full-day workshops online and in-person to both students and faculties and staff. I also provide customized talks ranging from 90 minutes and three hours. Please fill out the contact form below to discuss the details.
I offer two books written specifically for my talks: Student Success Manual and Student Success Journal.
I customize my talks to your institution's specific needs. My speaking topics are unique, research-based, highly relevant to your institution. Please use the contact form below to tell me your institution's specific needs.
You can find more information about me at https://ivyge.com. Please use the contact form below to request my speaker sheet and details of my speaking topics and workshops.
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