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‘Round the Girdled Earth: Dartmouth Alumni Career Panel
Dartmouth Alumni Relations and the Dickey Center are hosting an International Career Panel with three Dartmouth alums sharing their paths to and through their global careers. Current students, alumni, and the general Dartmouth community are invited to join them as they talk about the joys and challenges they’ve encountered along the way. The talk will also highlight some of the ways their own Dartmouth experience informed their success. The program will include time for Q&A from the audience.

Apr 4, 2023 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Matthew Huggins
Matthew Huggins is a senior international development legal professional based in Washington DC with 25 years of cross border investment experience. For the bulk of his legal career, he has focused on investments in emerging market economies, and has worked on a wide variety of financing structures including long, medium and short term debt; private equity and equity fund investments; structured finance; trade finance; credit insurance; and debt syndications and mobilization. He worked at private law firms in Washington DC before joining the World Bank Group, first at the Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA) and since 2006 at International Finance Corporation (IFC). Matthew graduated from Dartmouth in 1986, where he majored in German; and from Harvard Law School in 1996.
Miguel Rodrigues
Dr. Miguel Rodrigues retired from the Foreign Service of the U.S. Department of State after 25 years of service, and currently teaches a graduate seminar in International Relations and an undergraduate course on the U.S. Foreign Service at Suffolk University in Boston. He was posted to the U.S. Embassies in Vilnius, Mexico City, Santo Domingo, and Ottawa, served as the European Union Expert on the Policy Planning Staff under Secretaries Clinton and Kerry, and worked in the Office of the State Department's Chief Economist, the Department’s Avian Influenza Action Group, as the European Bureau's Estonia and Finland Desk Officer, the Lead Officer for the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) in the International Security and Nonproliferation Bureau, and in the Economic Bureau's Agricultural Policy Office
Sarah Geithner
As an independent consultant to the World Bank and USAID, Sarah Geithner has over 20 years of experience designing, appraising, implementing, and evaluating international development projects, and analyzing key development challenges. Her extensive project and analytic work has focused on addressing local issues through extensive community engagement. In post-crisis, conflict and other fragile contexts, Sarah has worked closely with local counterparts to establish grant-making institutions that give control over planning decisions and investment resources for local development projects to community groups, working in partnership with local governments, nongovernmental organizations, the private sector and other supportive institutions. Sarah’s recent publications include a global stocktake of the World Bank’s experience in engaging youth through its community-driven development operations, and analyses of youth development policies and programs in Sierra Leone, Kenya and Nigeria.