Rebecca Boyle attended the 2021 Women in Health Policy seminar and learned about networking in the time of COVID-19 and beyond.
In recognition of Women's History Month, Jordyn Arndt, a 2008 Women in Global Policy seminar alumna, shares her top 5 career planning tips!
Aseman Bagheri Sheshdeh is a junior at St. Lawrence University (Class of 2022), majoring in Neuroscience and Mathematics. She attended the Women in Science and Health Innovation in the Time of Covid-19 Seminar.
Ariana Rodriguez was the Summer Communication Intern for PLEN, where her main focus was to assist the Programs and Communications Manager. Ariana is from South Texas, and recently graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a Masters in Public Administration.
Ashly Hanna is a junior at the University of North Dakota and will graduate in May of 2021. She attended the 2020 Women in Public Policy seminar.
Lauren Gulbicki is a current sophomore at St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY. She is majoring in Neuroscience with minors in Public Health and African Studies. On campus, she is an active member of her school’s PLEN organization and various environmental advocacy groups. She attended the Women in STEM Policy seminar in January 2020.
Valery Tabraj-Huaccachi attended the PLEN Women in STEM Policy seminar. She goes to Washington College in Maryland and will graduate in May 2022. Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/valery-tabraj
Almost one year ago, PLEN announced its Leadership Connection Series in conjunction with its 2018-2019 seminars in overall celebration of its 40th anniversary. Since then, PLEN has celebrated four decades of transformative relationships, mentorships, events, panels, and thought-provoking experiences--on top of inspiring more generations of thoughtful, ambitious women. Talk about a mid-life crisis. It IS … Continue reading PLEN: Thank you for celebrating with us
Networking. The word itself is enough to cause some to grab their purse and head for the hills. The idea of nervously navigating a dimly lit hotel conference space with strangers and a flimsy name-badge (that keeps falling off) is just too much to fathom, especially after a long day at the office. I’m here … Continue reading The Many Faces of Networking