Memories of a Moonbird

Dr. Mihira Karra, Chief Scientist, USAID

March 02, 2021 Daniel Scherl
Memories of a Moonbird
Dr. Mihira Karra, Chief Scientist, USAID
Show Notes

For close to thirty years, she’s worked as a scientist for U.S. AID, the United States Agency for International Development. Today, she’s the Chief of Research, Technology and Utilization in the Office of Population and Reproductive Health.

Originally from Calcutta (Kolkata), India, and having worked and traveled many places in her life, she’s seen sides of the world that not many of us do.

In addition to holding two Masters and a PhD, she’s also a mom and a passionate artist who’s going to talk with me about what it was like growing up in India, putting her art on hold for 25 years, and working in public health.

If you'd like to learn more about U.S. AID, click here (https://www.usaid.gov/).

If you want to see Mihira's amazing and unique artwork, click here! (https://mihira-karra.pixels.com/).


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