So You Want to Save the World? with Jessica Ernst

“Its not like becoming a doctor or a lawyer, where there’s more of a trodden path; International Development is everything — geographically speaking, you’re covering the world — so it can be hard to figure out your place in that.” http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/Jessica_Ernst_2.m4a   JESSICA ERNST increases social impact through facilitating and managing global partnerships. Having worked…

Carrie Hessler-Radelet, Former Director of the Peace Corps

“Pursue passion in your life. It’s so important to find something that makes your heart sing.” http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/Carrie_2.m4a Subscribe to the Women in Diplomacy podcast on iTunes   CARRIE HESSLER-RADELET served as the Director of the Peace Corps from 2012 until January of this year, and she is the new President & CEO of Project Concern…

Working in war zones with Roxane Desrochers

“…other things, than just a career, will happen to you the minute you chose different paths. Just work, jump into it, get your hands dirty!”​ http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/Roxane_Deroschers.m4a Subscribe to the #WomeninDiplomacy Podcast ROXANE DESROCHERS grew up in a small francophone village in Quebec, Canada.  Since graduating with honours from the University of Ottawa, Roxane Desrochers has…

UN Global Pulse with Anoush Rima Tatevossian

“To be valuable, you’ve got to start to understand why and how organizations work. Ask the important questions. Cultivate your interests and translate it into practical skills you can bring to the table.” http://media.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/content.blubrry.com/womenindiplomacy/Anoush.m4a Subscribe to the #WomeninDiplomacy Podcast ANOUSH RIMA TATEVOSSIAN is Director of UN Relations at GSMA and  former Strategic Communications & Partnerships Officer…

Women’s Foreign Policy Network with Jenna Ben-Yehuda

“Many times [young women] think they need to go after their dream job, but if you set that standard for yourself, you’ll be consistently disappointed. Early in your career, cast a wide net. Get out there, get your hands dirty, dig in, and do your homework. Don’t wait for the perfect role; getting your foot in…