This post originally appeared in The Washington Post.
After graduating from Howard University in 2014, D.C. metro resident Taylor Jack worked broadly in international affairs and served in the Peace Corps. While preparing for grad school, she was also searching for her next professional opportunity. Jack had a network of colleagues who had worked with Chemonics and were personally familiar with its sustainable global development work and mission to promote meaningful change around the world to help people live healthier, more productive, and more independent lives. She knew it would be a great place to grow with a continued international emphasis.
“It felt right from the beginning. I was able to speak with two people, one of whom—unbeknownst to me—would become my supervisor and a future teammate. I really appreciated that they pulled members of my eventual team into the interview process and the personalized approach,” shared Jack who was hired as a senior associate and promoted to program manager in 2021.
Thoughtful and tailored, Jack’s interview experience evidences the company’s culture and general approach to employment which aims to reflect the vast diversity of the communities in which Chemonics partners and to elevate and intentionally integrate diverse voices into its work. Jack’s experience is echoed by other company employees…Read the full article in The Washington Post.
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