Kenya Program Students in Nairobi

SLU Engaging Africa: Past and Present (Career networking)

- Zoom
Panel Discussion

SLU Engaging Africa: Past and Present (A career networking event)

Have you ever wondered how study abroad and African studies can help you in your career? Why is African Studies an important part of the SLU curriculum? How can SLU continue to build on its strong tradition of African engagement in the future?   Come hear more from a group of successful SLU alumni who have integrated their African experiences into their career.

Panelists by alphabetical order (join via the Zoom link below)

Sajana Blank '08 (Leadership Annual Giving Officer, Fordham University, NYC)

Andrew Dabalen '90 (Practice Manager at World Bank Group, Washington DC)

Julius Johnson '89 P21 (US Foreign Service posted to Nairobi)

Sean Kelly '15 (Grants Specialist, USAID's Child Blindness Program, Washington DC)

Allison Paludi '14 (6th grade English teacher, Newark, New Jersey)

Emily Terry '17 (Professional Educator, Atlanta, Georgia)

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