My career path has evolved in ways I could never have predicted. I started working in the field of International Health and Development and spent time consulting with organizations such as Peace Corps and The World Bank. While I was working in Madagascar, as a health communications advisor, I wanted to be more directly involved in healthcare and decided to study medicine. I started to see the pitfalls of the US healthcare system pretty early on. So, after nearly 8 years as an ER physician, I decided to leave medicine and attack the problem of healthcare from a different angle--design.
GA Lunch Break: Transition Into Tech
Join a panel of developers who have taken the leap into full time tech careers to hear how they did it - and the advice they'd give themselves if they could go back in time.