There are so many paths to international affairs work so where do you begin? Have some experience and not sure what to do next? Learn from a diverse panel with experiences around the world in areas including: global development, diplomacy, policy, human rights, emergency operations, education, refugee work, cybersecurity, public and private international law, teaching, documentary production, and more! Panelists have experiences in countries including: Venezuela, South Sudan, Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kyrgyz Republic, the US & UK, and more.
- Zeinep Baimatova, HKS’19, Chief of Operations in UNICEF Rwanda
- Katie Farineau’16, Program Coordinator at the Humanitarian Academy at Harvard
- Aaron Huang, HKS’20 (MPP), US State Dept Pickering International Affairs Fellow and Research Assistant at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy
- Isaias Medina III, HKS’19 (MPA), International Lawyer and Founder of We Care 2030
Bring your questions! Cosponsored by the Office of Career Services (OCS) and IRoC (International Relations on Campus).