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Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs

Master's, International Affairs



Career Path

Interview Highlights

Best Career Advice

Spend more time on getting involved in different community activities around the place you live in and the college town you’re in.”

Career Challenge

“This particular [boss] was just always on my case every single day over things like, how are you managing your fleet management, what’s going on with the finances? What are you doing around this program decision? Why are you making this program decision? I said you hired me to make these choices, why are you questioning me? Because I’m not getting that type of feedback from the rest of my team who think we’re on a pretty good track. So it was one of those relationships where I felt that he was too much in my shop and in the weeds, and he wasn’t feeling like he could trust me to deliver on certain things.”



International Development, NGOs, International Relations, Program Management, Proposal Writing, Human Rights, Economic Development, Foreign Policy, Strategy, Sustainable Development, Global Health, Corporate Social Responsibility, Gender Mainstreaming, Climate Change Adaptation, Elections, Disaster Risk Reduction


Professional Interests

Mercy Corps, YOGAESSENTIAL, Columbia | SIPA, ReliefWeb humanitarian discussion group, U.S. Agency for International Development, School of International & Public Affairs (SIPA) Alumni

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