Jeanette has just returned to the USA after traveling for the past four years while working remotely. She is a UX Designer and her current contract is with TIP Global Health, an NGO focused on last-mile health care in rural Rwanda. Prior to that Jeanette helped start-ups such as WeWork and Remote Year during their early stage, rapid growth.
I love becoming more involved in the Walker’s community.
I loved so much about my time at Walker’s but fall afternoon riding lessons or trail rides were always my favorite!
Oh, this is hard! I have to say Mr. Poppe was one of my favorites as he always found a way to make things fun and supported me in my adventures long after I graduated.
I liked all my literature classes but a stand-out to me was taking Psychology. I still talk about a lot of the experiments we learned about.
Walker’s definitely taught me to be independent and to follow paths that I wouldn’t have otherwise known existed. I went abroad straight from graduation and have been bouncing around the world ever since.
Definitely take the path less traveled. There are so many amazing opportunities off the beaten track – take this time to explore and see everything that’s out in this wild world of ours.
I lived out of a suitcase for four years while traveling the world as a digital nomad; I speak a little bit of a lot of languages but none fluently; and I love to scuba dive and my favorite animal is a shark.