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cc7a544a-85c3-428b-8e5a-b7c80793ece8When: February 25, 2016 | 4:30pm-7:30pm

Where: Alumni Lounge, 15th floor

Join us for a student-run evening dedicated to enhancing the development of women in leadership as students and community members at TUSDM. What promises to be an empowering evening includes a workshop on leadership styles, a panel on Leadership in the Community, and a panel on Leadership in the Clinic.  All panelists will be recent graduates or D16 students sharing their experiences and giving advice on how to get involved in the Tufts community. There will also be time for networking with otherstudents and faculty over dinner.

With the support of Dean Thomas, Associate Dean Kasberg, the Office of Student Affairs, and the Tisch-TUSDM Community Service Learning Program, this event was created by women to promote female leadership at Tufts. This is a great opportunity to learn about becoming a leader within the Tufts community. Even if you do not currently hold a leadership position, we encourage you to attend the event.

The panelists who will be present are:

Leadership in the Community:

  • Joke Alesh (D15, MPH Candidate)
  • Christine Anne Castera (D16)
  • Mandeep Alamwala (D16)
  • Yamila Garber (D16)

Leadership in the Clinic:

  • Lauren Marzouca (D16)
  • Jessie Reisig (D16)
  • Johanna Hauer (D16)

The panel discussions will be hosted by some amazing TUSDM staff/ faculty members and students, so don’t miss out! Spaces are limited – be sure to submit your interest form ASAP to secure your position, and by February 12, 2016 at 5pm at the latest.

For more questions, email the organizers of the event at:

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