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Doctors Without Borders Hosts Recruitment Session in New York City

Rao Chalasani

A resident of Livingston, New Jersey, Rao Chalasani most recently worked as director of trading risk management and CTO for Bank of America-Merrill Lynch Financial Services in New York City, NY. Outside of work, Rao Chalasani supports a variety of charitable endeavors, including Doctors Without Borders.

In May 1968, a group of young doctors headed to France to help victims of wars and other major disasters. This type of emergency medical aid became Medicins Sans Frontieres (MSF), also known as Doctors Without Borders. Its first mission took place in Nicaragua in 1972, when an earthquake destroyed most of the country’s capital. Since 1980, the group has opened offices in 28 countries, and it now employs more than 30,000 people.
To encourage people to support the organization’s work, Doctors Without Borders hosts recruitment information sessions around the world. One such event occurred on November 15, 2017, in New York City. Medical and nonmedical aid workers attended the question-and-answer session to learn how they could help. An aid worker from the local area shared stories of life in the field, and a human resources officer discussed the recruitment process.

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