As part of 2020 Global Health Career Week, in collaboration with the School of Public Health, the Department of Global Health organized a week of Zoom sessions for participants to present information on their organization, their work, the culture of hiring, job or internship opportunities that might arise, and how students might best prepare for life after college.

On Thursday, May 7, the department held a virtual session titled "Making the Transition from College: Advice from your Recently-Graduated Peers". This event brought three recent DGH graduates together to offer advice to current students on how best to strategize and achieve their goals in global health. 

Moderator:  Kim Anh Tran - Alumni Council Student Representative


  • Susan Glenn (Program Manager at PRONTO International)
  • Sumaya Mohamed (MPH Candidate in Global Health, Research Assistant & Program Manager on Mama Amaan research project)
  • Peder Digre (Project Manager at PATH in Malaria & Neglected Tropic Diseases)

Watch the session in its entirety here.