Category Archives: WiAProfiles

#WiA Profiles: Sally McKay

This blog post for the #WiAProfiles is an interview by Lisa B Greenquist, who spoke with Sally McKay, a professional with many years of experience in both national and international disasters.  Women in Aid is grateful to Sally for sharing … Continue reading

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#WiA Profiles: Public Health Professional

This blog post for the #WiAProfiles is an interview by Brittany Carlson, who spoke with a public health professional working in development who prefers to remain anonymous but graciously shared her time and experiences for the WiA Blog. Brittany is … Continue reading

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#WiAProfiles: Soledad Muniz

The first post in the #WiAProfiles is an interview by Jordyn Sun who spoke with Soledad Muniz. Jordyn is a recent graduate of Azusa Pacific University and recipient of a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology. She aspires to be an … Continue reading

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Blog Series: Women In Aid Profiles (#WiAProfiles)

Women in Aid is pleased to introduce a Blog Series: Women in Aid Profiles. (#WiAProfiles) We’ve repeatedly been told that the sharing of experiences from women across the humanitarian and development sector is valuable and needed. We listened to your … Continue reading

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