Zoë Jawara is the Program Coordinator for the Innovation-Corps (I-Corps) Northeast Hub within the Office of the Dean for Research where she is building exciting and impactful programs from the ground up, to help grow the next generation of deep technology startups to solve critical societal problems. Before joining Princeton, Zoë was a Clinical Coordination Specialist with Chamberlain University responsible for establishing and maintaining relationships with healthcare agencies to facilitate clinical rotations for nursing school students. She also served as a panelist on new student and clinical orientations. Zoë’s collegiate education journey began at Rutgers University where she earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science. Most recently, she earned a Master of Health Administration degree from Purdue University Global. She continues to broaden her educational horizon with a Social Media Marketing certificate from HubSpot Academy. As an active member of Omega Phi Alpha Sorority, Inc., Zoë also participates in an array of volunteer initiatives.
Program Coordinator, I-Corps Northeast Hub
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