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  • February 1, 2023 from 1:00pm to 2:00pm


Learn how you can join an international network of multidisciplinary student and faculty researchers investigating complex global challenges and addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals at the Reach Alliance!

Through an interactive information webinar, MPH alumna who completed a Reach research project last year will share how students gain skills and experience via working with world class faculty mentors, performance coaches, top students from across the university and through a curated professional skills development series. These skills equip students, propelling them into the next phase of their career, whether further studies or professional.

Register in advance for this webinar:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.


Webinar Speakers

Olivia Kuhlmann (Researcher Alum @University of Toronto)
Olivia is a Reach Researcher Alum. She completed her Master of Public Health in Nutrition & Dietetics with a Collaborative Specialization in Women’s Health. Passionate about the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals, Olivia is pursuing a career as a Public Health Dietitian to improve access to sustainable food systems and health for all.

Moni Kim (Senior Research Officer, Reach Alliance @Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, University of Toronto)
As the Senior Research Program & Engagement Officer, Moni leads the alumni engagement strategy, supports Reach’s sustainability efforts, advises on the research process and professional skills development series, and provides bespoke support to Reach’s global institutional partners. She has experience working for leading development organizations to mobilize international partnerships with civil society, academic institutions, government and private stakeholders. Moni holds a Master of Public Health from University of Toronto and a certificate in International Development from the Coady International Institute at St. Francis Xavier University.

About the Reach Alliance: Reach is a student-driven, faculty-mentored research and leadership initiative examining how critical interventions and innovations reach those who are the hardest to reach: those living in extreme poverty, the geographically remote, administratively invisible and marginalized. Our research has been featured in leading outlets, and our in-depth case studies are available on the Reach website.