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WGSS Career Development: What Can You Do With a WGSS Education?

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WGSS Career Development: What Can You Do With a WGSS Education?

College of Arts and Humanities | The Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Friday, March 26, 2021 2:00 pm-4:00 pm Virtual

Join us to hear from a panel featuring graduates from the past ten years.  A range of career options will be discussed, including nonprofit administration, higher education, performance arts, and communication. 

Pease join us to hear from a panel of 6 recent alumni.

  • Renee Davidson - Director of Digital Strategy, The Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence
  • Samantha Fleischer - Development Associate, DRi / Development Resources, inc
  • Rachel Greenberg - Executive Assistant to the President, Feminist Majority Foundation
  • Charissa Powell -Student Success Librarian for Information Literacy, University of Tennessee
  • Carly McCann - Doctoral student in Economics, UMass Amherst
  • Anna Martine Whitehead - Performance artist and composer, Force! An opera in three parts

The panel will be moderated by Kate Juhl of the University Career Center at ARHU and Dr. Ashwini Tambe, Interim Chair, The Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

RSVP required

Add to Calendar 03/26/21 2:00 PM 03/26/21 4:00 PM America/New_York WGSS Career Development: What Can You Do With a WGSS Education?

Join us to hear from a panel featuring graduates from the past ten years.  A range of career options will be discussed, including nonprofit administration, higher education, performance arts, and communication. 

Pease join us to hear from a panel of 6 recent alumni.

  • Renee Davidson - Director of Digital Strategy, The Brady Campaign to End Gun Violence
  • Samantha Fleischer - Development Associate, DRi / Development Resources, inc
  • Rachel Greenberg - Executive Assistant to the President, Feminist Majority Foundation
  • Charissa Powell -Student Success Librarian for Information Literacy, University of Tennessee
  • Carly McCann - Doctoral student in Economics, UMass Amherst
  • Anna Martine Whitehead - Performance artist and composer, Force! An opera in three parts

The panel will be moderated by Kate Juhl of the University Career Center at ARHU and Dr. Ashwini Tambe, Interim Chair, The Harriet Tubman Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies.

RSVP required

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