Ever wondered what it really takes to make a career in humanitarian assistance and development? How to balance work and personal life? Have a family while working across the globe? Make sure your resume stands out in a stack of hundreds? CACS is thrilled to welcome husband and wife Gregory Gottlieb and Linda Howey to MIIS to answer your pressing questions and share their experiences working in humanitarian assistance, international development, food security, and disaster response for the past 30 years. Mr. Gottlieb and Ms. Howey have done extensive hiring and application review, mentored many young professionals, raised a family overseas (including their daughter, Tillie Gottlieb, IEM ’16), and worked for a variety of organizations including USAID, the UN, the Department of State, and Peace Corps. Mr. Gottlieb just finished serving as USAID Mission Director in Pakistan and Ms. Howey recently spent six months managing the Southern Africa Regional HIV/AIDS program. Join us for this rare opportunity to ask questions and hear first-hand accounts of what it means to live and work in humanitarian assistance and development.
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- Ctr for Advising & Career Srvs