International Development Panel - Tuesday, October 27
Hosted by the NASPAA Employer Relations Committee

There are a variety of opportunities in International Development for students studying Public Administration or Public Policy. International development is a vast area comprised of international nongovernmental organizations, nonprofits, US Government contractors, and various US Government agencies, focused on lifting people out of poverty and promoting civil society around the world. Washington DC is home to the headquarters of many of the leading International development organizations and there is a thriving community of professionals in and around the District. In addition to policy roles, you can find generalist roles in operations, development, program management, finance, evaluation, as well as more technical roles supporting various sectors like education, food security, emergency response, public health, and infrastructure/shelter.

Join us as we hear from speakers from USAID, the Society for International Development, Save the Children, and Tetra Tech.


Julius Svoboda, USAID Power Africa liaison to the Overseas Private Investment Corporation, MPA '07

Julie Montgomery, Society for International Development, DC Chapter Vice President of Membership & Partnerships

Nora O’Connell, Save the Children, Vice President, Public Policy & Advocacy

Elizabeth Romanoff Silva, The Asia Foundation, Assistant Director, Women's Empowerment and Gender Equality

Attendees will be able to ask questions during and after the presentation.

Date: Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 pm EST (11am-12pm PST)
Location: Event link will be emailed to registrants

This event is part of the DC Virtual Trek series hosted by the NASPAA Employer Relations Committee.
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