BFI Food Systems Resume Workshop

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

  • 5:00pm – 5:30pm: Zoom webinar
  • 5:30pm – 6:30pm: In-person resume workshop, 132 Mulford Hall, (limited to 30 people, with a waitlist)

Watch the webinar here

Our Berkeley Food Institute Career Panel Series is kicking off this academic year with a two-part resume webinar and workshop!

First, Andrew Green, PhD, and Nuna Atadja will present a webinar on writing inspired and delectable resumes, and will discuss audience-generated questions on how to develop and improve resumes with a Food Systems focus. Andrew is Associate Director for Graduate Students and PhDs at the UC Berkeley Career Center, and Nuna is Project Manager for People Experience and Inclusion & Diversity at Twitter.

Join us after the presentation for an intimate one-on-one workshop to review and polish your resumes. Food systems and UC Berkeley Career Center professionals with valuable experience will provide relevant feedback in 15-minute sessions. This workshop will be available to 30 current Berkeley undergraduate, masters, and PhD students. Bring your printed-out resume for us to make comments and marks on. 

We will maintain a waitlist for the in-person workshop and confirm 48 hours before the event whether waitlist members have obtained a spot. To have your questions considered in the Zoom webinar, please register by October 31

Attendees of the workshop portion of the event will also be able to attend the webinar presentation in person at 132 Mulford Hall. Adherence to the latest public health guidelines for Covid-19 will be strictly followed. 

This event is co-sponsored by the Food Institute Grad Council at Berkeley and the UC Berkeley Career Center.

Confirmed Resume Reviewers: 

  • Nuna Atadja, Project Manager, People Experience and Inclusion & Diversity, Twitter
  • John Casazza, Consultant in Sustainable Agriculture Development
  • Amanda Felty, Peer Advisor, UC Berkeley Career Center
  • Andrew Green, Associate Director, Graduate Students and PhDs, UC Berkeley Career Center
  • Tatiana Nikolaeva, Peer Advisor, UC Berkeley Career Center
  • Jo Scullion, Assistant Director for Health Careers/Biosciences, UC Berkeley Career Center
  • Maria Deloso, MBA Candidate, Haas School of Business 
  • Rachel Stinebaugh, MBA Candidate, Haas School of Business
  • Sakeenah Shabazz, Master’s Student, Goldman School of Public Policy
  • Rosalie Zdzienicka Fanshel, Program Manager, Berkeley Food Institute; Doctoral Student, Environmental Science, Policy and Management


Webinar Speaker Bios

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Andrew Green, PhD

Associate Director, Graduate Students and PhDs, UC Berkeley Career Center

Andrew Green earned his PhD at UC Berkeley and has over 17 years of experience working with graduate students, PhDs, and postdocs as a career advisor. Before returning to Berkeley where he serves as Associate Director of the Career Center, he spent six years on the faculty of Connecticut College. His specialty is working with PhDs and postdocs in the sciences and engineering pursuing professional opportunities in the business, government, and nonprofit sectors as well as those seeking faculty jobs. He has given invited presentations at major scientific meetings and research universities across the country; and appeared in the Chronicle of Higher Education, NatureJobs, and The Atlantic Online.

Headshot of Nuna Atadja

Nuna Atadja

Project Manager, People Experience and Inclusion & Diversity, Twitter

Nuna Atadja is a diversity advocate and project manager passionate about food justice and equity. As a true global citizen, Nuna Atadja has spent her life living around the world in places such as Ghana, Canada, China, and the United States. She co-founded her first social enterprise, a direct trade coffee company, at the age of 18. Nuna then graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Hospitality and Tourism Management from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst along with working at a food cooperative. Through her varied experience working in nonprofits, events, and inclusion, she holds a passion for food, community, and justice. Her former role as Twitter’s Hospitality Manager had her managing culinary programming and events for their employees. In that role, she worked directly with Twitter’s philanthropy team to build out an engaging program that incorporated food recovery and sustainability into daily operations. She also currently helps oversee a fund that provides grants to local organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area. Currently, she is a project manager for Twitter’s People Experience and Inclusion and Diversity team driving strategic initiatives and operational excellence.

Access Coordinator: Nathalie Muñoz,, (510) 529-1533 captioning will be provided for the webinar through a separate tab on your web browser. We will provide the link to the live captioning at the beginning and throughout the webinar. If you require any other accommodation to participate in the virtual or in-person portions of this event, please contact Nathalie Muñoz at least 7–10 days in advance.