• Career insights from alumni, employers and students

    Including the 2020 and 2021 student led seminars.  

    • Each panel discussion event offers insight into several people's current work and their career path to date.  Topics include:

      • Working in UK Local Authority Public Health teams;
      • Roles using data to drive public health policy and strategy;
      • Working for UN organisations;
      • A series of panels covering a broader range of roles with Global and Public Health (look for 'Global and Public Health Careers' titles);
      • Academic careers - PhD study and beyond (look for 'Academic Careers' titles).

    • Talks from a range of employers relevant to LSHTM graduates, including:

      • The Carter Center Guinea Worm Eradication Programme (GWEP)
      • CHAI (Clinton Health Access Initiative);
      • Costello Medical;
      • ICRC;
      • London Borough of Havering;
      • Medecins du Monde;
      • NHS Scientist Training Programme;
      • Novo Nordisk;
      • Options;
      • Phastar;
      • WPP Health.

      This folder also contains notes from the 2022 LSE Discover International Organisations and detailed notes from previous LSE International Organisations events.

      Finally, our NEW employer short audio recordings series is called  'Spotlight on...'  Click through to the next page for links to recordings.  

    • First-hand information about a range of employers, gathered by the careers student ambassadors who personally interviewed representatives of those organisations. The interviews cover typical days in the job, advice on getting into the sector, working for that employer, and details of the kinds of roles it has.  The most recent additions have the year 2022 at the end of the title of the file.

    • Talks from alumni about their work and their career path to date.  

      Talks include:

      Elisabeth Adams, Founder and Managing Director, Aquarius Population Health;
      Dr Paul Barr, academic;
      Charles Ebikeme, Science Officer at the International Council for Science;
      Amira El-Houderi (EY) (LSHTM login required);
      Komal Gill (working with MSF in South Sudan);
      Vanessa Kerry, co-founder and CEO of Seed Global Health.
      Laila Khondkar, May 2020.  Laila Khondkar studied CID and has extensive experience working with a number of NGOs, including a number of years with Save the Children;
      Molly Martell, Careers in Biotech
      Natalie Moyen (Natalie works for Mott Macdonald, Fleming Fund as their One Health Coordinator);
      Bobbi Pritt, Careers and Creepy Crawly Cases in Parasitology;
      Dr Clyde Lanford (Lanny) Smith, founder of Doctors for Global Health;
      Sarah Wookey (working with MSF in Chad);
      Dr Ekua Yankah (Ekua has worked with UNESCO, Unicef, WHO and UNFPA amongst other organisations);

      "Fifteen minutes with..." series of brief audio interviews with alumni on the career paths with tips and insights for those interested in a similar career or employer

    • Students share their experience working in:

      • Latin America
      • Public Health in the UK
      • Global Health
      • Humanitarian and Emergency Work
      • WASH
      • Health Education
      • Policy and Management
      • Consulting