I am humbled to have been asked to speak about my experience to students at Montgomery College. This is from November 2021.
My presentation was a little windy and moves around quite a bit but I think it captures an origin story of a sort.
I am humbled to have been asked to speak about my experience to students at Montgomery College. This is from November 2021. My presentation was a little windy and moves around quite a bit but I think it captures an origin story of a sort.
Overview Evan Papp explains the connections between labor, politics, art, and culture and how these formed the foundation of the Empathy Media Lab.
Evan Papp is the founder of Empathy Media Lab, a full-service production house for civil society organizations, NGOs, and universities. He brings to this work over a decade of experience consulting, developing, and managing communications for the U.S. government, private industry, and non-profits. During his time with the U.S. Agency for International Development, he advanced the strategic communications of high-profile initiatives, including a Presidential energy initiative with commitments from more than 150 global partners across 12 U.S. government agencies. Evan’s private sector experience includes several start-ups including a permaculture farm and an international labor radio and podcast network. Prior to this work, Evan spent five years with the Peace Corps working on emergency health, rural education, and public outreach activities in Zambia, Jamaica and Washington, D.C.
Evan has a master's degree in public policy specializing in international security and economic policy and a bachelor’s degree in philosophy and political science.
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