Beyond Wall Street: A Field Guide for Economics Students: 1:1 Alumni Chat: Denizhan Duran ‘11, Economist at the World Bank
Alumni panelists from the Thursday evening Beyond Wall Street: A Field Guide for Economics Students will be available for informal one-on-one chats. Sign up to talk with alumni to discuss their path from Middlebury to where they are today, how they have applied what they learned in school to help them build their careers, and how students might pursue a similar path. Learn more about this alumnus in the bio below.
Resume reviews are private, one-on-one conversations that last about 20 minutes.
SIGNING UP FOR A 1:1 CHAT IS A REQUIRED TWO-STEP PROCESS:
After you attach your resume and submit your application, you will immediately receive an email from Handshake asking you to select a time. You must select a time slot in order to confirm your 1:1 alumni chat.
About Denizhan Duran '11:
Denizhan Duran is an Economist in the World Bank’s Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice, based in Washington, DC. He works on health financing, quality of care and health systems in the Middle East and North Africa region. He currently leads analytical and operational work in Morocco, Tunisia and Palestine.
Prior to joining the Bank, Denizhan worked at the World Health Organization, Clinton Health Access Initiative, and Center for Global Development. His work focused on aid effectiveness in global health, cash transfers, health system and financing reform, as well as quality of care.
Originally from Turkey, Denizhan holds a Doctor of Public Health degree in Health Systems from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (2019), and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Political Science from Middlebury College (2011).