Alumni Career Profile: Bryce Mendez, MPH ’10

We interviewed Bryce Mendez, MPH ’10, a health policy analyst for the Navy Bureau of Medicine and Surgery. In his interview, Bryce shares his experiences with the Federal Career Internship Program, a typical work day at the headquarters command for Navy Medicine, and advice for those who are interested in working with the military health system or in the health policy arena. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Shubha Chandar, MPH ’00

We interviewed Shubha Chandar, MPH ’00, who works as the Director of Leadership, Law and Ethics at the National Association of County and City Health Officials in Washington, DC. In her interview, Shuba describes her portfolio of current work duties, her career path from GW to where she is today, and why it’s important to network. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Reginald J. Richards, DrPH ’10

We interviewed Reginald J. Richards, DrPH ’10, who works at the Mine Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, as the Chief, Division of Health, Metal/NonMetal Mine Safety and Health. In his interview, Reginald shares his path from the U.S. Army as an environmental health sciences officer to his current position, the responsibilities of his department, and his thoughts about the importance of continued learning. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Bonnie Hanson, MHSA ’05

We interviewed Bonnie Hanson, MHSA ’05, who works as the Chief Operating Officer at Dupont Hospital within the Lutheran Health Network in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In her interview, Bonnie shares her key responsibilities, why she says there is no such thing as luck, and the importance of the first 90 days at a new job. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Kathryn Zajac, BS ’05, MHSA ’08

We interviewed Kathryn Zajac, BS’05, MHSA ’08, who works at The Advisory Board Company in Washington, DC as a Director and Dedicated Advisor/Consultant in its Crimson Practice Management.  In her interview, Kathryn shares her path from her administrative residency to her current position, a typical day on the job, and thoughts on how to set yourself apart from others. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Megan Jacobs, MPH ’10

We interviewed Megan Jacobs, MPH ’10, who works as a Project Manager at Schroeder Institute for Tobacco Research and Policy Studies at the American Legacy Foundation in Washington, DC. In her interview, Megan shares a typical day on the job, the best career advice she has ever received, and why it may be a good idea for you to be on social media.  Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Jenny Ottenhoff, MPH ’09

We interviewed Jenny Ottenhoff, MPH ’09, who works as a Policy Outreach Associate, Global Health, at the Center for Global Development in Washington, DC. In her interview, Jenny shares a typical day at the bi-partisan think tank, the path to her current position, and thoughts on how to network in your field of interest.  Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Lauren Korshak, BS’05, MS ’08

We interviewed Lauren Korshak, BS’05, MS’08 who works as a Physiologist at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Washington, DC.  In her interview, Lauren shares the key components of her job; her journey from choosing an undergraduate major to her current career; and some solid advice that has helped her to navigate her professional path. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Sneha Rangarao, MPH ’11

We interviewed Sneha Rangarao, MPH ’11 who works as a Research Consultant at The Center for Comparative Effectiveness Research at The Lewin Group in Falls Church, VA. In her interview, Sneha shares a typical day on the job, how she networked her way to positions, and her view on the value of mentors. Read the interview here.

Alumni Career Profile: Harmeet K. Singh, BS ’12

We interviewed alumna Harmeet K. Singh, BS ’12 who works as Public Health Associate/Surveillance Officer at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention in Albany, GA. In her interview, Harmeet shares a typical day on the job, her application process for the CDC fellowship, and why she thinks making connections with others is key in your career. Read the interview here.