Lunch & Learn: Getting into international development consulting
MINN's Lunch & Learn series continues with the opportunity to hear from experienced consultants and ask them your questions.
About this event
If there is one thing that COVID-19 has made possible, it is work from home as a new normal. Many recent graduates and international development professionals are now exploring how to get into the flexible and distance work culture. The consulting industry, however, has always had that advantage. In this Lunch & Learn event, we would like to explore the advantages and challenges of international development consulting and how to get into this profession.
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Natasha Brownlee, Gender Equality & Girls' Rights Consultant
Natasha Brownlee is an Associate Gender Integration Specialist within the Global Center for Gender Equality at Stanford University. She specializes in gender integration, capacity building, girls’ rights and education, and community-led development. Natasha holds a Masters of Science in Gender, Development, and Globalisation from the London School of Economics. Previous to her current role, Natasha worked as a consultant for a variety of international development organizations, including Plan International, EOS International, Aflatoun International, and Nurturing Minds.
Dawn Pauls, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Consultant
Having lived, worked, studied, and traveled around the world, Dawn is passionate about being an informed, authentic, and responsible global citizen. She works as a research and evaluation consultant and recently completed a graduate certificate in program evaluation at the University of Minnesota. She has worked and/or volunteered in the fields of community development, education, anti-tobacco, public health, refugee health, and humanitarian assistance.