Meet 2022 People’s Choice Award winner Josh Josa from USAID
Congratulations to Josh Josa of the U.S. Agency for International Development, the winner of the 2022 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals® People’s Choice Award. The Partnership’s Jordan LaPier interviewed Josa and discussed how he has leveraged U.S. resources and influence to promote educational opportunities in developing nations for children and youth with disabilities.
Anybody have a map? Our latest “Profiles in Public Service” guests do!
On this episode of the “Profiles in Public Service” podcast, Carrie Stokes and Sawyer McCarley discuss how digital mapping tools and technologies shape decisions about providing humanitarian assistance in developing countries, and why mentoring and investing in young people is critical to public service.
Engineering a global impact: Annica Wayman’s story of public service
Annica Wayman, former division chief at the U.S. Agency for International Development and current associate dean in the College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, spoke with us about her time working in public service and the benefits a career in government can offer recent graduates as part of our “Academic Profiles in Public Service” blog series.