Our alumni work both domestically and internationally to tackle the biggest challenges to global development. They work as practitioners, analysts, and advisors for public, private, and nonprofit organizations across a wide variety of sectors.
Many alumni stay engaged with GHD and provide mentorship to current students through GHD’s Alumni Mentorship Program, which launched in the fall of 2017. Interested students are connected with volunteer alumni who share similar professional interests.
GHD ’17 Alum Shane Mulligan shares about the coffee company he started, his non-traditional career path, and advice for current and future GHD students.
What does GHD mean to you? Peter Cook, GHD’14, shares how being an alumni mentor with GHD has enhanced his professor experience post-graduation.
What does GHD mean to you? Eugenia Valdez Tamayo, GHD’16, shares how the Global Human Development Program expanded her understanding of private sector participation in development.
What does GHD mean to you? Marion Abboud, GHD’17, shares how the Global Human Development Program challenged her to think practically about development solutions.
What does GHD mean to you? Jake Wheeler, GHD’14, reflects on his experiences and challenges during his time at the Global Human Development Program.
What does GHD mean to you? Annette McFarland, GHD’15, reflects on how being a graduate of the Global Human Development Program has impacted her career experiences.