Themes of travel, society, healthcare and changing paths come through in this month's selection of alumni stories.
Hannah Foley originally trained as a nurse before returning to education to study Illustration at Edinburgh College of Art - a decision that inadvertently led her to a career in writing and also back to nursing. She tells us about the challenges of working in the creative sector and why stories are important when working as a nurse.
Ariana Longley reveals how healthcare reform in the United States led her to study the Master of Public Health in Scotland, and how Covid-19 has impacted her work in a non-profit focused on patient safety.
Rani Pooran tells us about her career journey that has allowed her to combine her knowledge of international relations and policy with a desire to help transform society and the environment, especially for women.
Shirley Pu spent four years studying Russian and History of Art and now works for a museum in Hong Kong. She is also President of the University of Edinburgh Alumni Club of Hong Kong.
Niels Peters Williams
Niels Peters Williams has always been fascinated by the relationship between governance and society, and after graduating in International Relations in 2019, has spent time in both Kenya and Sri Lanka working on various United Nations programmes.
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