The UHP is excited to announce our upcoming Young Alumni Panel, “What’s Up Alum- One Year Out”! UHP alum, like our current students, are pretty awesome. They have a host of experiences, wisdom, and career expertise to share, and just recently confronted the post-grad “What am I doing” dilemma that many juniors and seniors face when it comes time to make career decisions. This will be a great opportunity to ask questions, share ideas, and network with some amazing alums and celebrate what makes our UHP community so special. So join us on Thursday, April 23 at 6 PM in the Club Room. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP here.
Wonder who’s going to be there?
Below are the names, photos and bios of each panelist:
Shailly Gaur: BS in Biology ’14, Doctor of Medicine ’19, from Sayre, Pennsylvania. Shailly is currently an Emergency Department Scribe at Children’s National Medical Center. While at GW she served as Volunteer Coordinator for Camp Kesem GW and External Affairs Co-Chair for the UHP’s Student Peer Advising Program. She has worked at GW’s Gelman Library, GW’s School of Medicine and Health Sciences as a Research Assistant under Dr. Sally Moody, and GW’s Department of Biology as an Undergraduate TA for Dr. Randall Packer.
Rio Hart: BA in Political Science ’14, from Minneapolis, Minnesota. At GW, he was in the Honors Program (surprise!), was involved in the GW Radio, and studied abroad in Istanbul. Before graduating, he had internships with Senator Amy Klobuchar, Strategic Social (media monitoring in the Middle East), National Association of Conservation Districts, and Congressional Digest. He currently works at the Brookings Institution in the Center for Health Policy.
Andrew Hori: BA in Political Science, minor in Philosophy ’14 from Boston, Massachusetts. Cook. While at GW, he was involved in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, as well as a number of community service programs and organizations such as the Alternative Breaks Program, Community Building Community, and Alpha Phi Omega—the co-ed community service fraternity. Through his internship at World Central Kitchen–Chef Jose Andres’ humanitarian organization–he gained experience in sustainable international development, but also found a passion for cooking. You can now find him cooking full-time at two restaurants in D.C.
Rachel Weiss: BA in International Affairs ’14, from Highland Park, IL. Strategy and Operations Analyst at Deloitte Consulting LLP. While at GW she served as President of Balance: The GW Ballet Group. She has worked at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, the Democratic National Committee, Obama for America, and the U.S. Department of Commerce.
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