Guest Speaker: Kitty Hsu Dana, "Making a Difference: You, Your Work, and the Community"
- Monday, March 6, 2017 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm
- Jabs Hall, Room 207 - view map
Join us for a great conversation with Kitty Hsu Dana about building a career in non-profits.
She will present, "Making a Difference: You, Your Work, and the Community," on Monday, March 6 from noon-1:00 pm in Jabs Hall 207.
About the speaker:
A social change leader for advancing quality of life in society, Kitty Hsu Dana has had a long and distinguished career in senior management in several international and national not-for-profit, mission-based organizations.
Kitty was most recently VP of Community Impact, Health at United Way Worldwide. She has also served as VP of Marketing and Planning at Union Memorial Hospital (part of MedStar Health); VP of Programs at Planned Parenthood of Maryland; Associate Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of the American Public Health Association; and Deputy General Secretary of the American Friends Service Committee.
Kitty has a BA in Sociology from Princeton University and an MBA in Health Services Management and Marketing from the J. L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
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