Danielle Pagano is currently undertaking a six-month internship with Southern Hemisphere. In 2011, she was awarded a BA in International Relations with a concentration in the developing world from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Geneseo. She is currently writing her thesis for an MPhil degree in Development Studies at the University of Cape Town, where she has worked as a tutor for several courses in the Sociology and Politics Departments. Before moving to South Africa, Danielle interned with St. Andrew's Refugee Services in Cairo, Egypt, providing legal aid to refugees seeking resettlement. She has also held a position with the New York City government as an investigator of police misconduct. Danielle is keen to gain a more in-depth understanding of Monitoring and Evaluation in the South African context.
View messages from past interns here.
Southern Hemisphere is an equal opportunity employer and will not unfairly discriminate against anyone for any reason, within the context of affirmative action legislation in South Africa.
Who will be affirmed? Women, black people (African, coloured, Indian in the South African context), black people from elsewhere, disabled candidates and anyone from the developing world.
We look forward to hearing from you!