Ikea Katalog 2002.pdf
Ikea Katalog 2002.pdf
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Education: Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Georgia
Occupation: Office and Data Analyst at the United Nations
As a student, I was skeptical of the career path of Public Affairs. But through experimentation, I came to realize it is a rewarding and fulfilling way to pursue your passions in the public sector.
Public Affairs, I have come to realize, can be as broad as the scope of our work — from humanitarian crises to municipal water management.
Learning to be a public servant entails more than just managing the tasks and responsibilities of a government employee. Public service requires a focus on the deeper needs and desires of our communities.
Prior to pursuing Public Affairs, I worked as a social media consultant and writer. My experience as a self-starter (and occasional intern) led me to think of what would be next.
The idea of teaching law enforcement officers about poverty and urban design made perfect sense. I wanted to give back to this community that has been generous in my time as a graduate student, a part-time job at a grocery store, and my friendship. I hope the officers that I mentor are better prepared to work in the communities they serve.
I also wanted to ensure that my classroom (teacher) was a reflection of me. My favorite grade school textbook was by Alan Siegel, a local DC-based illustrator, and Theodora Bishop, a former DC-based poet laureate. Her poems told stories of the world around me — the John A. Wilson School I attended, my DC neighborhoods, and the people I met along the way. They were magical to me, and I hoped to capture them in a way that would engage my students.
During the 2015-2016 academic year, I taught a class on Public Policy at University of the District of Columbia.
The job: I would teach a couple of classes a week. In addition to teaching, I would also be a mentor to a graduate student, observing, encouraging, and providing resources to help her navigate the world of graduate education.
In the class, I emphasized the concept of ownership, the importance of engaging in the problem-solving process, and the need for civic