We are pleased to welcome two new additions to the Department of Information Technology, Christopher Doherty and Deion Barawid. Both Chris and Deion are Northeastern University students and will be working for 6 months full-time as co-ops at HSPH as part of their degree program. They replace Lina Ji and TJ Porter, who completed their assignments with great success.
Chris Doherty is a candidate for a bachelor of science in information science and business and will graduate from Northeastern in May 2016. His last co-op was with John Hancock – Investment Division in Boston, where he was a project coordinator supporting the Resource Allocation process for the Investment Division. He was selected as a John Hancock High Performer Co-op.
Chris studied tenor saxophone for 9 years and achieved best soloist award at the Berklee College of Music High School Jazz Festival.
He will be working the 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM shift.
Deion Barawid is a candidate for a bachelor of science in computer science and cognitive psychology and will graduate from Northeastern in May 2016. This is his first co-op position.
He was a National Director for the Filipino Intercollegiate Networking Dialogue, Inc., from August 2012 to May 2013, where he collaborated with other national directors across the East coast to help plan and organize larger-scale conferences.
Deion has designed and built sets and organized light fixtures/wiring with a team for theatrical productions. He also has studied saxophone and percussion!
He will be working the 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM shift.
Please join us in welcoming Chris and Deion to the Harvard School of Public Health!