Careers in Federal Service & the Environment, U.S. EPA 4/19

Apr. 01, 2013

Brandeis University is honored to welcome Dr. Noha Gaber, Special Assistant to the Office of the Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Founder and President of the EPA’s Emerging Leaders Network to campus through the  Annenberg Speaker’s Bureau.

What do you know about the Pathways Program for Students and Recent Graduates?

Friday, April 19, 2013
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Ridgewood Commons *** new location

Dr. Gaber will host a Lunch and Learn on careers in public service. She will speak to students about the benefits of working for the federal government and share tips and advice on how to secure a job or internship in this sector, including tips on optimizing USAJobs. Special attention will be paid to the new Pathways Program for students and recent graduates. Dr. Gaber will also speak to students about working for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This program is open to all students. Space is limited. RSVP today.

Office Hours with Top Administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency Dr. Noha Gaber | Have you considered a career in environmental protection, policy or administration?

Friday, April 19, 2013
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Ridgewood Commons *** new location

This is your opportunity to connect one-on-one with an environmental leader who is contributing to the field on a global and national stage. Dr. Gaber will host individualized Office Hours for select Brandeis students who are interested in a career in environmental protection, who want to learn more about the EPA, or working for a federal agency in general. Dr. Gaber will help demystify federal service, provide important tips on making career in the field, and will take the time to answer any of your questions and to review your resume. This program is open to all students. Space is limited. RSVP today.

More about Partnership for Public Service’s Call to Serve Speakers Bureau 

The Partnership for Public Service’s Call to Serve Speakers Bureau is a dynamic, diverse group of federal employees from across government who educate audiences about the federal workforce and inspire a new generation to serve. Speakers visit college campuses and other student venues, both onsite and virtually, to promote public service and to deliver resources that will raise awareness of federal career opportunities amongst students of all ages. Speakers Bureau events range in size and style to meet the needs of the host venue while uniformly providing an experience that demonstrates the profound impact one can make in federal service.

Noha Gaber
Environmental Engineer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

Noha Gaber joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as an environmental engineer in 2005, driven by a passion and a determination to make a significant positive impact in environmental protection. Her work at EPA is at the nexus of science, policy and management. Noha joined the EPA Administrator’s Office in July 2011 to serve as a Special Assistant to the Administrator and Deputy Administrator. In this role, Noha is leading the development and implementation of an EPA-wide knowledge sharing, collaboration and innovation initiative. Prior to that, she led the EPA’s Council for Regulatory Environmental Modeling, where she worked with staff from across EPA to help ensure the quality, consistency and transparency of the computer models that EPA relies upon in its work.

Noha Gaber

Noha is also the founder and president (2006-2011) of the EPA Emerging Leaders Network (ELN), an EPA employee organization that works to provide networking and professional development opportunities for EPA’s future leaders. Through its activities, ELN helps to foster cross-Agency collaborations as well as helps to develop well-rounded leadership capabilities of EPA’s young professionals. Under her leadership, in five years, the ELN has grown to 1,000 members across the EPA’s HQ and Regional Offices. It strives to make the EPA more collaborative, innovative, and effective.

Noha is a member of Young Government Leaders and an active participant in the Partnership for Public Service Annenberg Speakers Bureau. She also serves on the Advisory Board for the Annenberg Leadership Institute. 

Noha received her Bachelors and Doctoral degrees in Environmental Engineering from the University of Southampton in England. She is also a Certified Knowledge Manager.