In the fourth episode of DevProWomen2030, a six-part audio series, Devex talks to Kimberly King, CEO of HumanTec and the One Island Institute, about what she sees as the skills of the future in the global development sector.
In this third episode of DevProWomen2030, Devex talks to Angela Bruce-Raeburn from the Global Health Advocacy Incubator about the benefits of intentional mentorship for women of color.
In the second episode of DevProWomen2030, a six-part audio series, Devex talks to Nasra Ismail, deputy director of the Somalia NGO Consortium, about the skills the next generation of women will need to reach executive level positions in development.
To kick off our six-part audio series DevProWomen2030, Devex talks to Helen Clark, former head of UNDP, on how the sector is changing and the implications for women in development.
Yvette Gonzalez moved from working on global health to space policy for development — without a background in science or engineering. She gives advice on how to find opportunities.
To learn more about the role of online education in the global development sector, Devex, in partnership with 2U, asked more than 1,300 diverse development professionals for their views. Here are the five things we learned.
Here’s a roundup of master's programs to help you advance in your career, as well as free online courses for professionals looking to learn more about specific areas of the sector.
Mexico is taking on greater global importance in both public and private sectors, so how do international development efforts play into its preparation for entry into international business?
Dr. Robert Zougmoré, regional program leader of the CGIAR Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Program, discusses the new skill set he believes agricultural scientists need in the sector.
Kate Warren, executive vice president at Devex, shares tips for finding and leveraging internship and volunteer experience to land a job in the sector.
Deepa Pullanikkatil tells Devex how a growing interest in environmental issues led her to switch careers to international development, and offers advice for anyone thinking of doing the same.
Project management certifications provide the skills to manage people, resources, time, and budgets. Find out how project management training can help advance your career.
Online programs continue to gain recognition and popularity as institutions increase the quality of their offerings — but it takes discipline and motivation to make it work. Watch for tips from former students.
Donors are driving demand for graduate-level qualifications in development but this isn't an option for everyone. Is there a way around it?
Devex highlights the top software recommended by M&E practitioners for working in data collection and reporting in global development.
Kelly Thompson, global gender advocate, explains how women can best equip themselves to be part of the future global health workforce and how the space might change come 2030.
Coders and mobile app developers aren’t the only ones who can help integrate digital technology into development work, explains Anand Varghese, digital advisory manager at DAI’s Center for Digital Acceleration.
This year, the first cohort of staff graduated from Chemonics' minimasters program — 80% finishing with an A or B grade. Devex finds out what made the course a success.