Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers Seminar Series

The Johns Hopkins Center for Global Health is excited to announce the launch of a new virtual seminar series, “Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers”. This series is designed to support doctoral students to explore non-academic careers in global health. All current, admitted, and prospective students are welcome. We also encourage Hopkins faculty to share this event with their international collaborators.

Upcoming Events: 

September 15, 2021 at 8:30am EDT: Global Speed Networking for Emerging Women Leaders event
Register on Eventbrite 

Join the Center for Global Health for the Global Speed Networking for Emerging Women Leaders event. Using a platform called “Gather”, we’ll gather virtually for a speed networking activity. Think video game - meets - speed dating, but with the goal of expanding your professional network!  
Speed networking is a structured and fast paced networking event allowing participants to interact with others in a series of brief one-on-one information exchanges. This type of event can provide exposure to a lot of people in a short amount of time. It is a way to let others know who you are and what you are looking for, whether a new job or internship, a mentor, someone to collaborate with, etc. 
When you log on, you’ll choose an avatar and move from table to table, getting the opportunity to meet someone new every 5 minutes. Then we’ll have time for mingling. We hope this event will be a catalyst for meaningful connection!

Join us on Slack

Click here to join the Slack workspace for career resources, networking, and more! If the link doesn't work please reach out to us at jhsph.ghgrants@jhu.edu 

Check out our course: 

June 14-18, 2021: JHSPH Summer Institute Course: 221.607.11 Essential Skills for Women's Leadership in Global Health  

Past events:

Recordings of all of events are available on our Youtube channel shortly following the event. 

July 13th, 2021: Fatima Hassan, Founder and Director of the Health Justice Initiative will be the guest speaker for the next Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers Session! If you missed the session, please view the recording here.

April 6, 2021: Dr. Melinda Moree, PhD, Senior Program Officer, Global Health R&D, Global Policy and Advocacy at Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 
If you missed the session, please view the recording here

March 10, 2021: CUGH 2021 Satellite Session
Women in Global Health: Exploring Careers and Strengthening Networks
 

February 22, 2021: Dr. Emma Fulu, Founder and Executive Director of Equality Institute
If you missed the session, please view the recording here

January 13, 2021: Women in Global Health: Exploring Non-Academic Careers Working Group Session
If you missed this event, feel free to view the notes from the session here

December 16, 2020: Social Entrepreneurship in Global Health with Dr. Lola Adeyemi, Founder, Mentoring Her. 
If you missed the session, please view the recording here. 

November 4, 2020: Unexpected Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities with Dr. Sheila Davis, CEO, Partners in Health
If you missed the session, please view the recording here. 

October 19, 2020: Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Vice-Chancellor, University of Global Health Equity. Former Health Minister of Rwanda
If you missed the session, please view the recording here. 

September 23, 2020: Former Secretary of State, Dr. Madeleine Albright 
If you missed the session, please view the recording here. 

July 13, 2020:  Dr. Leslie Mancuso, President and CEO of Jhpiego.
If you missed the session, you can listen to the recording here

About Our Team

Funding for this series has been provided in part by the JHU Provost's PhD Professional Development Initiative to Dr. Anna Kalbarczyk, Assistant Director of the Center for Global Health.

The series is supported by a multidisciplinary steering committee including Dr. Nancy Glass, Dr. Yuka Manabe, Dr. Becky Genberg, and Dr. Michele Decker. Together they represent the Johns Hopkins Schools of Nursing, Medicine, and Public Health and the JHSPH Departments of International Health, Epidemiology, and Population, Family and Reproductive Health. 

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