Join Kim Heitzenrater and the Sewanee Career Center for #LifeAfterSewaneeLIVE on Thursday at 10 a.m. (central) on Instagram Live. Each week, graduates from a diverse range of fields and levels of experience share insight into their careers, key decisions or actions that made a difference, how their time at Sewanee developed career-readiness, and advice for those launching their careers. 

This week, our guest will be Armonté Butler, C’17: MPH Candidate and Bloomberg Fellow at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and LGBTQ Health and Rights Senior Program Manager at Advocates for Youth. 

Armonté majored in both International and Global Studies and Women’s and Gender Studies and was a member of Posse 7. As a student, he interned with SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW and Southerners on New Ground; he also conducted research in the Dominican Republic as a Biehl Fellow and studied abroad in Argentina. Armonté participated in the Ecuador Outreach Trip, Perpetual Motion, the Community Engagement House, and the Aux Board at the Wick. 

Following graduation, he conducted research at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a Public Health Fellow before beginning work at Human Rights Campaign. 

Listen to the conversation live on Instagram: @sewanee_career on Thursday at 10 a.m. (central)

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