Interested in a career in public or global health, but not sure what this entails or where to start?

This unique panel is designed to provide students and alumni tips, advice and networking opportunities with professionals working in public health, general health and international health careers. Panelists will present on successes and challenges in their respective positions.


• What is a day in the life like for someone working in the public health field?
• What it takes for professionals to work in these sectors including, but not limited to, graduate school, professional networking, licensure, and internship hours.

Network with professionals and learn about internship and career opportunities. Light refreshments will be provided. Please RSVP to reserve your free spot.

Meet our panelists:

Breanne Elizabeth Lott
PhD student in behavioral health promotion
outreach assistant, Colleges of Public Health and Pharmacy

Alex Bok
health volunteer in Rwanda, International Rescue Committee Phoenix

Daryl Traylor
public health administrator and professional
instructor, Paradise Valley Community College

Mara Funke
public health consultant and professional
instructor, A.T. Still University and ASU

Guest speaker
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

This event is co-sponsed by the School of Human Evolution and Social Change, the School of Life Sciences and Career and Professional Development Services.

Armstrong Hall, Future's Center 147

Event Map: 
Room 147

For More Information Contact:

Career and Professional Development Services