Brian Parham ’11 Guides Policy To Combat Wildlife Trafficking

Following is one of 28 first-person alumni profiles that were compiled in a photo book for the Park Foundation Trustees in September 2016. Each alumnus was ask to share highlights of his or her path from receiving the Park Scholarship to the present day.

Laura Parham ’04 Has Her Fingers on GlaxoSmithKline’s PULSE

posted 2013.01.30 As a Park Scholar, Laura Parham ‘04 learned to value service to others. Her interest in humanitarian efforts has led her to Ethiopia to work for the Center for National Health Development (CNHDE) through GlaxoSmithKline (GSK). For Parham, the company’s PULSE program was a perfect fit. PULSE allows employees the opportunity to work with a non-profit or non-governmental organization for up to six months. In the process, GSK employees make a difference in communities while developing as leaders. Laura Parham in the city center of the Millennium Village
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