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So, what can you do with an anthropology or a global health degree? Come hear from two alumni who have found success in their respective industries and are helping shape their communities.
The School of Human Evolution and Social Change and ASU Career and Professional Development Services invite you to a panel discussion with honest Q&A, career tips and a free lunch. RSVP is required — please be sure to register.
Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman is an applied urban anthropologist whose work focuses on human behavior in public space and the relationship between behavior and design. She is the project manager at the Lindy Institute for Urban Innovation at Drexel University, an adjunct professor at Drexel and a guest lecturer at the Royal Institute for Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. She is also the co-founder of the Women Led Cities Initiative.
Monica Trejo is a passionate educator and advocate who is committed to fighting for educational equity for all students in Arizona, and has worked in healthcare, entrepreneurship, policy and P-20 education. She currently serves as the Arizona deputy director of constituency services for the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund. She is also the vice president of the board for the Tempe Elementary School District.
Department: School of Human Evolution and Social Change