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Sujani Sivanantharajah from PHSPOT.org sits down with public health heroes of our time to share career stories, inspiration, and guidance for building public health careers. From time to time, she also has conversations with friends of public health - individuals who are not public health professionals, but their advice and guidance are equally important. The emotions, energy, and passion that comes from these stories act as a reminder that this space we’ve created for the public health comm ...
 
Join Smart Growth Founder Chris Porto as he interviews top real estate developers who are contributing to the "smart growth" of cities around the world. We focus in on their work developing urban infill, mixed use and transit oriented projects. We also explore and unpack the career paths of these leaders in society. What are their development philosophies for a sustainable future and their mindset as real estate entrepreneurs? And what are their methods for building wealth in this business?
 
What if you could create the business and career that you love with the help of the Tarot cards? This podcast is here to you to take leadership roles, grow your business and boost you to create amazing projects that you can be proud of. Let’s put the Tarot to work ! Monthly guidance, leadership tips, and more.
 
Unfortunately, it’s common to feel like you’re missing something in an opportunity with a client or investor. You’ve likely wondered if there was some insight that could give you confidence and credibility instead. We know you want to become an InsurTech leader, and it’s a competitive market and complicated industry to break into. Host Rich Ward gets it. It is overwhelming to launch a startup selling into the insurance industry that’s so traditionally conservative and risk-averse. For the pa ...
 
The Beginning of Guidance (Bidayat al-Hidayat) is one of the last books written by the great 12th century Persian scholar, Imam al-Ghazali. It is intended to be a guidebook for structuring daily activities and rectifying the state of your heart as you strive to be a worshipful servant of God. The book covers three sections: acts of worship, avoiding misconduct and advice on keeping company with others. It begins with the intentions of seeking knowledge, the etiquettes of waking in the mornin ...
 
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In this episode, Sujani sits down with Kimberly Jocelyn, a Public Health Analyst at the CDC. They discuss Kimberly’s path into public health, how she has used networking throughout her career, and give advice on how to establish and build connections. You’ll Learn How Kimberly discovered public health and what motivated her to pursue a combination …
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Marissa McKool, the founder and creator of McKool Coaching and the Redefining Rest Podcast for Public Health Professionals. They discuss burnout in public health professionals and how life coaching can be helpful in working through burnout. You’ll Learn Marissa’s journey from working directly in public health …
 
Today’s career tip is on informational interviews! Knowing what kind of career you want to one day have can give you a strong sense of control and peace of mind. It might not seem easy to conceptualize something that far into the future, but today's Quick Career Tips episode will help you do exactly that. What You'll Learn from this Episode: What a…
 
In this episode, Sujani is back again with Kira Riehm, a psychiatric epidemiologist and a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. This time, they talk about using Twitter as a tool for public health professionals and the benefits and opportunities the platform has in store. Y…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Tahani Waqar, a physician and community health researcher at Aga Khan University Hospital in Pakistan. They discuss what public health or community medicine is like in Pakistan and how Tahani’s love and passion for public health came to be. You’ll Learn Tahani’s journey from clinical medicine to community heal…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Dr. Nikita Sandeep Wagle, a physician-researcher from Mumbai, India who is currently working and studying in the US. They talk about Nikita’s experience as an international student and give advice for others who may be thinking about pursuing higher education in a different country. You’ll Learn Nikita’s journ…
 
Today’s career tip is on career visions and the power that they hold! Knowing what kind of career you want to one day have can give you a strong sense of control and peace of mind. It might not seem easy to conceptualize something that far into the future, but today's Quick Career Tips episode will help you do exactly that. Specifically, you’ll lea…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Denise Chow, a 1st year MPH student studying at the Yale School of Public Health. Denise was accepted into all five MSPH/MPH programs she applied to and in this episode, she speaks about her application process and gives some great advice for others considering pursuing a graduate degree. You’ll Learn How Deni…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Stephanie Moxley, the founder of Moxley Public Health Consulting. They discuss Stephanie’s journey into building her own public health consulting company and talk about what goes into becoming a successful entrepreneur in the public health field. You’ll Learn Stephanie’s path to public health and what drew her…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Christina Ricci, an epidemiologist with the Public Health Agency of Canada and an avid volunteer. They discuss the importance of volunteerism and what motivates Christina to keep volunteering. You’ll Learn How Christina got into the field of public health Christina’s volunteering journey and what motivated her…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Tieisha Walters to discuss her experience with the Master of Public Health / Master of Science in Social Work program from Columbia University. They chat about what the dual degree is like and what doors it has opened for Tieisha. You’ll Learn How Tieishia found her way into the public health field What motiva…
 
Today’s career tip is to make time for self-care in your career! As much as we here at PH SPOT love talking about building a fulfilling career in public health, we recognize that doing so is not as easy as it seems and that making time for self-care is an essential part of this process. What You'll Learn from this Episode: Why self-care is essentia…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Kira Riehm, a psychiatric epidemiologist and a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Epidemiology at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. They discuss Kira’s journey and interest in mental health and things to consider when pursuing education in the U.S. You’ll Learn What kicked off Kira…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Brett Otis, the Communications Project Manager in the Department of Nutrition at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. They discuss Brett’s work at Harvard Chan on “The Nutrition Source” and the responsibilities of those presenting health information to the public. You’ll Learn Brett’s career path and…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Joanna Suder, a deputy attorney general representing the Division of Public Health for the state of Delaware. They chat about what tasks public health attorneys may be responsible for, how it was like working through the pandemic, and Joanna’s experiences writing “Pandemic for Babies”. You’ll Learn How Joanna …
 
Today’s career tip is on the types of jobs that public health has to offer! The great thing about public health is that there’s a job that’s bound to match your interests, strengths, values, and needs. Today’s Quick Career Tips episode acts as an introduction to some of these jobs and why they may be a good fit for you. What You'll Learn from this …
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Dr. Nitin Mohan who holds both an MD and MPH. They discuss how Nitin’s work experience in medicine led him to pursuing an MPH and talk about ETIO Public Health Consultants, a company co-founded by Nitin that works to bring evidence-based public health information and solutions to businesses. You’ll Learn Nitin…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Brooke Mootry, a public health recruiter who has years of experience working directly in public health. They chat about The Public Health Network, a recruitment firm founded by Brooke that focuses on those in public health, and give tips for public health professionals seeking work. You’ll Learn Brooke’s caree…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Sarah to discuss mental health and school. Sarah opens up about some of the mental health challenges she faced during the completion of her MPH coursework as well as her practicum placements and some of the steps she took to work through these obstacles. You’ll Learn Sarah’s personal experiences with mental he…
 
Today’s career tip is on choosing a public health stream that’s the right fit for you! When you do a quick search of public health programs, you’re bound to be bombarded with a list of several programs, but in this week’s episodes, we break down the main public health streams, the skills they help you develop, and the jobs they help you land. What …
 
My name is Rich Ward, and I hope people listening will take some confidence and a little knowledge with them. The insurance industry is a broad industry. There are different segments of it. There are different distribution channels and different players, and different layers inside the industry. And then there's technology in the Insurtech landscap…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Bhargav Krishna to discuss his experiences pursuing higher education all around the world. Bhargav gives tips on choosing between programs, considerations that need to be made when choosing programs, and shares his experience with Harvard’s Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) program. You’ll Learn Why Bhargav decid…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits with Leshawn Benedict, a cofounder of Public Health Insight. They talk about Leshawn’s story of his involvements in different public health fields as well as what Public Health Insight is and how they're achieving their mission. You’ll Learn How Leshawn became interested and involved in the field of public health Advice…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Neal Goldstein to talk about his career as an infectious disease epidemiologist and author. They discuss Neal’s career from working as an engineer to becoming a public health expert and his experience writing a book designed to explain complex scientific ideas to younger audiences. You’ll Learn The importance …
 
In this episode, Sujani is back with Meghan Haffey to discuss working as a research assistant (RA) and a teaching assistant (TA). Meghan describes her own experience of working as both an RA and TA during grad school and discusses tips on how to secure and thrive in these positions. You’ll Learn What a research assistant (RA) is What a teaching ass…
 
Today’s career tip is on how to pitch your public health experience and skill-set to land that job, interview, or opportunity you’ve been eyeing for some time! Pitching yourself to a stranger can definitely be daunting, but with the help of this week’s episode, you’ll feel confident enough to start crafting your pitch. You’ll learn: What an elevato…
 
On this episode, Sujani sits down with Harman Sandhu and Aditi Garg from Public Health Connect (PHC). They discuss what PHC is and how it supports students and early-career professionals to succeed in the workforce. You’ll Learn What Public Health Connect (PHC) is and what problem space it focuses on The history of PHC What services are offered thr…
 
On this week’s episode, Sujani speaks with Brandon Kober, a community health nurse, who is currently pursuing his MBA. Brandon explains the role of a harm reduction nurse and discusses his own personal journey of discovering his career interests and how he got to where he is today. You’ll Learn What working in the area of harm reduction may entail …
 
In this episode of Quick career tips, Sujani discusses job satisfaction. Depending on which study or survey result you review we know that not 100% of the population is satisfied with their job. This number ranges anywhere between 50% to 75% for job satisfaction in North America. We know that many things contribute to job satisfaction. While an org…
 
In this episode, Sujani sits down with Alison McAlear to talk all things CVs and resumes. These documents are tools we all need in our careers, whether it's related to the public health field or not. Alison explains the differences and similarities between CVs and resumes and gives us some helpful tips on how to create successful documents specific…
 
On this episode, Sujani sits down with Jeremy Schifeling, a former LinkedIn employee in the Higher Education Team. Jeremy has devoted his career to helping students succeed in theirs. From recruiting top students at Teach For America to leading student marketing for LinkedIn, he’s touched the lives of millions of people just starting their journeys…
 
On today’s episode Sujani speaks with Shanna Shulman about informational interviews. Informational interviews are very important and key to a successful career, whether it’s in public health or not. Shanna gives us the rundown of what informational interviews are, how to do them, share her experience, and a whole lot more insight into the topic inc…
 
This year, January 14th to be exact, PH SPOT celebrates 5 years. It’s unbelievable that 5 years have gone by already. Sujani created PH SPOT in 2017 after seeing a gap online for a career development resource dedicated specifically for public health professionals. Since graduating from her public health degree, Sujani spent countless hours between …
 
Show Notes In this episode the whole team sits down to discuss the past year at PH Spot. Join Sujani, Kajanth, Lis, Janu and Kelsey as they talk about all their favourite from 2021 and what they’re most excited about the year to come at PH Spot. You’ll Learn More about the team as they introduce themselves and talk about their role with PH Spot Wha…
 
Today’s career tip spotlight is on setting public health career goals. As we prepare for the new year, Sujani shares her annual goal-setting practice, one she picked up when she entered the public health workforce. She talks about the importance of goal setting for your public health career (why she picked it up), how it has helped her, and a coupl…
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani sits down with Christine Plepys to talk about the variety of career paths that she’s had and how this has informed her work as senior director of data analytics. In a follow up from episode 34 with Heather Krasna, Christine describes the changing landscape of public health and the research that she’s conducted on …
 
Show Notes One of the top career advice you will receive, regardless of whether you are in public health or not, is to find yourself a mentor. A mentor is "someone who gives...help and advice over a period of time, especially help and advice related to [one's] job" (Collins Dictionary). A mentor is someone who is typically more experienced and has …
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani sits down with Elizabeth Loftus to discuss Elizabeth's options for her potential career in public health. Elizabeth holds a BA in Health Studies and through this conversation, Sujani answers Elizabeth's questions about the field of public health. You’ll Learn What drew Sujani to pursuing a Master's in Public Healt…
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani sits down with Julia Roitenberg who took on the role of Chief Nursing Officer at York Region Public Health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Julia talks about her journey from bedside nurse to having a doctorate in public health and much more. You’ll Learn Ways that York Region Public Health has integrated the social …
 
This three-part career tips series is inspired by a blog post written and published in 2019 by Sujani titled: 3 strategies to build up your public health work experience, tested and proven by me. Today’s career tip spotlight is the third of these three strategies: tap into your network! Prior to starting PH SPOT, a common question that Sujani would…
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani sits down with authors of the paper “Adapting to Teaching during a Pandemic” Siobahn Hickling and Gina Arena. Together, they talk about different models of teaching public health and what they have found to be most effective ways to relay information to students. You’ll Learn About the changing visibility of publi…
 
This three-part career tips series is inspired by a blog post written and published in 2019 by Sujani titled: 3 strategies to build up your public health work experience, tested and proven by me. Today’s career tip spotlight is the second of these three strategies: offer up your skills! Prior to starting PH SPOT, a common question that Sujani would…
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani speaks with assistant professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center and the author of Your Local Epidemiologist blog, Dr. Katelyn Jetelina. They discuss Dr. Jetelina’s career in public health as well as her motivations to share public health information in an accessible way on her blog your local epid…
 
Show Notes This three-part career tips series is inspired by a blog post written and published in 2019 by Sujani titled: 3 strategies to build up your public health work experience, tested and proven by me. Today’s career tip spotlight is the first of these three strategies: DO NOT take yourself out of the game! Prior to starting PH SPOT, a common …
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani speaks with Assistant Dean and Director of Career Services at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Heather Krasna about the public health workforce. They discuss the 3rd edition of 101+ Careers in Public Health, Heather’s co-authored publication that is set to be released in the fall. Heather relays…
 
Today’s career tip spotlight is on investing in your professional relationships, because, like in life, relationships take you far in your career. Sujani provides a few examples of how relationships have taken her far in her career, and follows up by answering the following two questions: Who do I build relationships with? How do I build strong pro…
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani sits down with managing director of the Student Network and author of The Burnout Gamble, Hamza Khan to talk about the subject of burnout. They explore the ways that the pandemic has affected everyone during the pandemic, as well as the ways that healthcare workers and students have been impacted specifically. You…
 
Today’s career tip spotlight is on practicing being a good communicator of technical content. Communicating public health content to non-public health professionals such as decision-makers/management, communication team members, the public or statisticians and data scientists requires you to take the technical content that you are an expert in and …
 
Show Notes In this episode, Sujani sits down with Peel Region of Ontario's medical officer of health, Lawrence Loh to talk about what leadership looks like in times of crisis. You’ll Learn About Lawrence's work that he's been doing as a public health figure in the Peel region of Ontario during the COVID-19 crisis The difference between responding t…
 
Today’s career tip spotlight is on developing a non-technical skill: mastering the skill of writing concise emails. Writing concise emails that are short and to the point has been one of the greatest pieces of advice Sujani has received, and one that she tries to practice as much as possible. Concise emails are very beneficial, not only because the…
 
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