At PLEN, Gionna learned the importance of doing things outside her comfort zone, which ultimately led to an internship at City Hall.
Throughout the fall semester of my senior year at the University of Cincinnati, for no reason I could pinpoint, I began to feel directionless. I knew I wanted to attend law school, but I had lost sight of why I wanted to pursue law, and the idea of figuring out what I wanted to do … Continue reading Thanks to PLEN, I’m a Woman with a PLAN
At the PLEN Women in Health Policy seminar, Amanda learned that she could make a different in the health field without going to medical school.
Since PLEN, Becca Buse learned that she has the foundations, contacts, and resources to get a job in health policy.
PLEN helped Geovania Guterres Ornai learn more about where she wants her path in global policy to lead.
The Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy seminar confirmed Darla's passion for law, but taught her about a new path to get there.
Nga Man Cheng left the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar with a better understanding of how she can work in the government with an engineering degree.
Jessica Lopez wouldn't have been in Washington, DC if her friend hadn't encouraged her to go to PLEN. Since her seminar, she has continued to mentor the next generation of leaders and teach them the importance of civic engagement.
Now the Chief of Staff of NYU's Wagner School, Christina wouldn't have followed her career in public service if she hadn't attended PLEN.
AT PLEN, Floor found that the international policy field is where all of her career interests can converge.