The Sammies Series: Q&A with the Robertson Foundation for Government and a State Department lawyer leading the fight against global human rights abuses
2020 Service to America Medals finalist Monica Ager Jacobsen, an attorney advisor at the State Department’s Office of the Legal Advisor, spoke with the Robertson Foundation for Government about serving in the State Department and how the U.S. helps identify and promote accountability for human rights abuses.
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More than 130 public servants responded to our #WhyIServe survey. We’re sharing their insights into the benefits of working in public service and tips for a successful federal career.
The benefits of taking a more structured approach to networking
While it can be difficult to assess the roles professional connections play, taking the time to assess your networks can lead to more meaningful connections. Learn three principles that can help you turn these powerful connections into new mentors, careers and more.
The Sammies Series: Q&A with MITRE and finalist David Gray
2020 Service to America Medals finalist David Gray, acting group manager for Communications, Information, and Networking Programs at the Federal Aviation Administration, spoke with MITRE’s Dennis Sawyer, managing director of national airspace system evolution and system engineering, about his work transforming aviation radar systems.
Closing the cybersecurity skills gap: A Q&A with CyberVista CEO Simone Petrella
The Partnership spoke with CyberVista CEO Simone Petrella and asked her about their role as sole technical partner for the Cybersecurity Talent Initiative and why she is committed to the growth and development of cyber employees in the federal government.