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Global Career Night
February 21 at 5:30 PM
Hear from a panel of phenomenal UNC alumni in globally focused careers! Panelists represent a variety of career options: government, private industry, NGOs, and more. They will share their professional journeys from studying (like you!) at UNC, through the career searches, networking, and life choices that led them to their current roles. In the Q&A, panelists will take your questions on everything from advice on the job hunt to sustainable career growth over the years. Wherever you are in your UNC experience, this panel is perfect for you — from first years just starting to explore their interests, to seniors scrolling Handshake and attending job fairs.
This event is organized by the UNC Curriculum in Global Studies and the Center for European Studies.
This event will take place in the Nelsen Mandela Auditorium. Catering by Roots will be offered in the atrium after the panel. Please RSVP!
Ntiense Inyang, MD graduated from UNC in 2016 with a degree in Global Studies (also a Phillips Ambassador Fall 2015 to Yonsei). After graduating from medical school, she returned to UNC for residency training, specializing in Preventive Medicine and Global Health Policy. She is quadrilingual and in addition to traveling abroad and treating patients, she loves visiting Disney World. Her current work spans public health monitoring and interventions in the US, along with global health projects focusing on capacity building and emergency preparedness.
Cait Dallaire is a Foreign Affairs Officer at the U.S. Department of State. Her work is focused on U.S. policy toward UN Peacekeeping Operations, specifically those occurring in Africa. Cait graduated from UNC in 2010 (GO HEELS!) with a BA in International Studies and a minor in Philosophy, and then went on to earn an MS in Security Studies from East Carolina University in 2022. She’s thrilled to be coming home to Chapel Hill for this event.
Camilla Ihenetu graduated from UNC in 2006 with a double major in political science and international studies, and graduated from the Transatlantic Masters program in 2007. Since her time at UNC, Camilla has worked in Washington, D.C. at the US Department of Interior, US Department of Energy, and at The White House, and completed a Fulbright Fellowship in Guatemala City, Guatemala. She received her Juris Doctor from the University of Pennsylvania Carey School of Law in 2017 and subsequently worked at a law firm in New York City. She currently lives in New York City and works as commercial counsel at Stripe, a global payment processing company headquartered in San Francisco, California and Dublin, Ireland.
Chesca Colloredo-Mansfeld is the co-founder and former CEO of MiracleFeet, a non-profit that treats children born with clubfoot in low-and middle-income countries. Under her leadership,
MiracleFeet developed a sustainable and replicable program model based on local partnerships, which enabled successful scaling to deliver high quality treatment to over 89,000 children in 36+ countries. She remains very involved as a Board member and continues to support the organization with major gift fundraising and high-level strategy. Chesca credits her time working at Goldman Sachs, The Boston Consulting Group, International Rescue Committee, several internet start-ups, and brief stints in the academic world with giving her the skills, experience, and entrepreneurial drive that made her work with MiracleFeet possible. Chesca received a B.A. in political science and economics from the University of North Carolina in 1987 and an MBA from Stanford in 1992. Originally from England, Chesca spent much of her childhood living in Africa and Asia. She now resides in Chapel Hill, NC with her husband and three children. Her interests include running, biking, local food, and anything to do with mountains.