Hear from RPCV panelists working within the are of gender equality and women’s empowerment, both domestically and internationally. Our guests include professionals with extensive experience in the field, with organizations ranging from federal sector players such as USAID and State Department, to international and domestic nonprofits committed to women's empowerment and gender equality.
Featured panelists offer tips and advice based on their own experience in the field, and speak to the variety of opportunities within this growing sector. Don't miss this opportunity to be inspired and have your questions answered.
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FEATURED PODCAST PANELISTS include:
- RPCV Sylvia Cabus, who has 20+ years of international development experience focused on gender, including substantial federal sector experience working in leadership roles ranging from senior gender advisor at USAID to her more recent position as gender specialist at Peace Corps Headquarters.
- RPCV Sue Richiedei, who has dedicated 35 years to improving the lives of women around the world. She is founder and, up until a year ago, the senior director of Counterpart International's WomenLead Institute and the 2019 winner of the Deborah Harding Women of Achievement Award.
HOST: Jodi Hammer is an RPCV (Ecuador, 1994 - '97), Job Coach, and host of the Global Reentry's Jobs with Jodi Podcast. In her role as Global Reentry Career Support Specialist with NPCA, she develops and delivers individual and group programming in support of Global Reentry's mission of providing career and transitional assistance to RPCVs worldwide.
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