Are you interested in meeting a professional over lunch to discuss the field of government, public service and environmental issues?
CCE would like to invite you and a small group of students to a casual lunch and discussion with Noha Gaber, Special Assistant for Collaboration and Innovation at US EPA . If you have ever wanted to "pick the brain" of an industry insider about trends in their industry, best practices for students in the hiring process, and advice about career paths, join us for this event at the Center for Career Education. This is your opportunity to connect with an executive in a mentoring conversation and is limited to 20 students. Please register today!
Bio - Noha Gaber joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as an environmental engineer in 2005, driven by a passion and a determination to make a significant positive impact in environmental protection. Her work at EPA is at the nexus of science, policy and management. Noha joined the EPA Administratorís Office in July 2011 as a Special Assistant to lead the development of an EPA-wide knowledge sharing and collaboration initiative. Prior to that, she led the EPAís Council for Regulatory Environmental Modeling, where she worked with staff from across EPA to help ensure the quality, consistency and transparency of the computer models that EPA relies upon in its work. She is an active leader within her agency, as the founder of the emerging leaders network, a professional development organization for young professionals of the EPA. She's also part of the advisory board for the annenberg leadership institute, where she assists in crafting training programs for people across government who want to be more effective managers and leaders in their agencies. Dr. Gaber received her bachelor of engineering and a
PhD from the University of Southampton, in England. Previous employment includes: Ministerís Office for the Ministry of State for Environmental Affairs (Cairo, Egypt), Senior Environmental Specialist for EcoConServ Environmental Solutions (Cairo, Egypt), and Visiting Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Business casual attire
Registration REQUIRED. All interested students must apply by filling out the registration form. We will share a tipsheet with you about the event once you have been approved to attend.
Resume required? No.
Eligibility: This event is open to all Undergraduate and Graduate students served by the Center for Career Education (CC, SEAS, GS, SCE, SOA, GSAS and GSAPP. Note: This event will be limited to 20 students.
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