Jobs and Java: MSH Kicks-Off First-Ever Women Deliver Career Fair

Leslie Duvall

Leslie Duvall. (Photo credit: R. Hassinger/MSH)

by Leslie Duvall

MSH kicked off Women Deliver’s first-ever Career Fair on Wednesday morning, May 29, with a panel at 7:30 am focused on mid-career professional advancement.

We had an excellent turn out–standing room only–and discussed several different effective approaches to career transition and advancement in the field of public health.

Tips on networking, interviewing, CV development and career selection were also given out to attendees.

Women Deliver's career fair kicks off with MSH's "Jobs & Java". (Photo credit: Ian Lathrop/MSH)

Women Deliver’s career fair kicks off with MSH’s “Jobs & Java”. (Photo credit: Ian Lathrop/MSH)

A special thanks to Jonathan Rucks (director of advocacy for Pathfinder International), Suzanne Diarra (senior technical advisor for Systems for Improved Access to Pharmaceuticals and Services [SIAPS] at MSH), and Dr. Shariha Khalid (executive director and co-founder of Scope Group) for their participation on the panel and sharing with us their career backgrounds, experiences, and invaluable advice.

Leslie Duvall is a senior talent acquisition specialist at MSH.

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