An informal conversation with GSC alumni. We’ll discuss issues they are concerned about, their work, graduate studies, how they balance work with advocacy, and more. Grab a snack and join the conversation.
Nick Collins ‘13 (Economics) works for a multi-year community development initiative in the Bay Area, trying to change the way we build the environment around us (Strong, Prosperous and Resilient Communities Challenge). Nick lived in Dushanbe, Tajikistan for two years following graduation, and has worked in both the international and national development spaces. He was the president of FeelGood during his years at Pitt
Chelsea Frimpong ’14 (Africana Studies, Political Science) MPH, Ichan School of Medicine, at Mount Sinai, is a producer at Zueus Jones and is founder of Believe in Your Cool, a collective for Black Womxn (21-35) to facilitate self-purpose, career empowerment, and community development. Chelsea was a Pathfinder, OCC Ambassador president of the African Student Association and RISE Girls Mentoring Program while at Pitt.
Jodi Lincoln’ 14 (Anthropology, Film Studies), works for the Oakland Planning and Development Corporation. In her spare time she is leading the effort to restore access to physical books to prisoners in the Allegheny County jail and leads Book’Em, the Pittsburgh Books to Prisoners program with the Thomas Merton Center.
Zoom link: https://pitt.zoom.us/j/99649268928