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In this episode, we hear an interview with Dr. Alice McGushin, a Programme Manager at Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change. When Dr. McGushin was in medical school, she realized a connection between her two major areas of interest: global health and climate change. In this interview, she walks us through her career path and gives us insigh…
 
In this episode, we hear the audio version of a recent print article for Women in Foreign Policy interviewing Dr. Maria Neira, the Director of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health at the World Health Organization. Dr. Neira discusses why she chose this career path, her experience with Doctors Without Borders, and her three…
 
In this minisode, we talk to Eliza Ramirez, the Deputy Chief of Staff and Legislative Director for a U.S. Congressional Representative from New Jersey. She is currently pursuing a Master's degree and talked with us about her choice to go back to school after several years of professional experience.Cheery Monday Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licen…
 
In the second installment of our discussion about higher education, we talked to Natassia Velez, a student at Harvard Law School and first generation college graduate, about how she decided on law school and what advice she has for others looking to follow a similar path.Cheery Monday Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: …
 
In the first minisode of our discussion about higher education, we spoke to Carmen Iezzi Mezzera, Executive Director of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs. She outlined some great questions to ask as you're trying to figure out if graduate school is for you, or whether a fellowship or some other opportunity might work …
 
We’re back with Season 3 of the podcast! This month, we interviewed Jenny Flanagan, Nina Jankowicz, and Katia Glod about election security. We talked about what election security is, what you can do to get involved in the field, and what exactly they do when there’s not an election coming up. We’d love to hear your feedback about the podcast! Conne…
 
This month, the podcast talked to Noor, Meshi, Hadar, and Marah, part of New Story Leadership’s 2020 class of participants. They talked about what it is like to be in the program during a pandemic, how they got involved, and their advice for others interested in conflict resolution and related fields. If you’d like to support the work of WiFP, plea…
 
This month, Ashley wraps up our conversation on internships and job hunting during a pandemic (for now!), talks about the responsibility of the international affairs community to address racism, and gives a preview of the next few months for the podcast.If you’d like to support the work of WiFP, please consider donating at PayPal via www.paypal.me/…
 
This month, countries around the world are taking steps towards reopening amid the COVID-19 crisis. Those steps have ripple effects on our careers, goals, and mental health. In this episode, Executive Producer Ashley Pratt and Assistant Producer Rachel Dooley discuss the steps they are taking to maintain a work-life balance, tips for college gradua…
 
This month, Ashley and Rachel sat down together to discuss what it's like living under social distancing, what's stressful, what's strange, and how to cope with everything the world is collectively experiencing during this pandemic. We'd love to hear from you - what are your coping mechanisms? How are you handling the new (or existing) stressors in…
 
This month, we spoke to Carmen Medina, a career CIA officer, who told us a story of a time in her career when she made a mistake, and felt like she had failed. We talked about lessons she learned from that, and how she recovered.If you’d like to support the work of WiFP, please consider donating at PayPal via www.paypal.me/lmgouletor becoming a pat…
 
This month, the podcast team interviewed Susan Sygall, the CEO of Mobility International USA (miusa.org), on her work ensuring disability rights around the world. We asked her about the stereotypes disabled people have to work against, how disability intersects with gender and where she sees the future of disability advocacy.If you’d like to suppor…
 
This month, the podcast team interviewed Amy MacKinnon, Yeganeh Torbati, and Angela Napoletano on their work as foreign policy journalists. We asked them what they love about their work, what myths they want to dispel, and what they see as the place of journalists in the modern media landscape. This episode also includes introductions from the new …
 
We're back for the second season of the Women in Foreign Policy Podcast! In our first episode, we'll be answering listener questions. Don't miss it!This episode was sponsored by the postgraduate Diploma in Global Business from Said Business School, University of Oxford. The university runs three women’s scholarships available for exceptional female…
 
All great things must come to an end; we’ve come to the sixth and final episode of our series on professional development. This month we discuss personal branding with Dena Gudaitis, a communications strategist who has consulted for various USAID-funded projects and NGO clients. We’ll be answering questions such as “what exactly is a personal brand…
 
After our special episode a few weeks ago, we’re back with the professional development series! This month, we explore the infamous world of public speaking; for some it is a great opportunity to showcase their brilliance and for others straight up terrifying. We will discuss what makes a good public speaker and how to become one with our two exper…
 
Former Minister of European Affairs for Ireland Lucinda Creighton spoke to Hannah McCarthy at Women in Foreign Policy about her career in Irish and European politics. Creighton discussed how her early involvement in the youth wing of the European People’s Party (“EPP”) helped her later win her election as Vice President of EPP, the largest politica…
 
In our fourth installment of the professional development series, hosts Ashley and Annika explore the transition from school to the professional sphere. This month, we hear from women in foreign policy on their advice about securing first jobs, making career choices, and transitioning out of academia. Our guests are the editor of Africa Journal at …
 
The Women in Foreign Policy Podcast: This month on the professional development series we explore networking. Networking often has a bad reputation but continues to be referenced as an important or essential step in professional development. What does it mean? How do we do it? Is there a way to practice? Who should we network with? We explore answe…
 
This is our second episode in a series on professional development, this one dedicated to all-things-mentorship. This month, we hear from women in foreign policy both about their experiences mentoring and being mentored, as well as tips for choosing and approaching a mentor, becoming a mentor, and have a great mentorship experience! We spoke with R…
 
This month's episode kicks off a multi-edition series on professional development. This month, we hear from women about a number of different professional development organizations that young women can join and belong to. The featured organizations include the Fair Internship Initiative, Women in Foreign Policy Turkey, Women of Color Advancing Peac…
 
On this month's episode, Annika and Ashley hear from women whose jobs in scientific fields require international cooperation, including Bonnie Jenkins, Alice Guo, Claire David, and Amy Smithson. These women discuss their career paths, dealing with sexism in the workplace, and what gives them hope in their fields.If you’d like to support the work of…
 
This month, Ashley and Annika talk to a variety of women from different backgrounds about the impending American elections. What effect do American domestic politics have on the foreign policy sphere? Tune in on October 25 to hear guests including Marissa Conway, Ruchika Tulshyan, Lori Adelman, and Lauren Baer, who is running for Congress in Florid…
 
This month’s podcast features an interview with the incredible Cynthia Enloe, a feminist writer, theorist, and professor at Clark University, Massachusetts. We talked about the best writing advice she’s ever gotten, how to start writing something that will be meaningful and interesting, and how to combat imposter syndrome when it comes to your writ…
 
This month’s theme is refugees. In this episode, hosts Ashley and Annika hear from interviews with Fahrinisa Fatima Oswald, Bathoul Ahmed, Salma Karmi-Ayyoub, and Amanda Weyler about their work. We discuss misconceptions about the refugee crisis, caring for yourself while working in traumatic environments, and much more.All the interviews you hear …
 
In this special episode, Annika conducts an exclusive interview with Fidelis Muia, director of programs at Refushe (https://www.refushe.org/), a Kenya-based organization that works with refugee women and children to holistically address their specific needs and give them the tools necessary to support themselves, begin to heal from their trauma, an…
 
In our first episode, Ashley and Annika discuss trailblazing, innovative women in the foreign policy field. We hear from interviews with Marissa Conway, Bonnie Chiu, Shireen Santosham, and Diana Nassar about their work, and we discuss what it means to be an innovator. All the interviews you hear today are available in full on the Women in Foreign P…
 
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