Tuesday, October 19, 2021

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Career Paths: Jason Zuidema, NAMMA

Dr. Jason Zuidema, Executive Director of the North American Maritime Ministry Association, says that networking is key. More than ever, the pandemic opened the doors wide for collaboration and communication between maritime welfare charities, unions, governments and industry stakeholders, Dr. Zuidema notes, suggesting that same networks can be used to solve other challenges in the years ahead.

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Career Paths: Sotiris Raptis, ECSA

In our special column this month, we are glad to host an interview with Mr. Sotiris Raptis, Director - Maritime Safety & Environment at ECSA European Community Shipowners' Associations, who notes that working from home during the pandemic has helped him find a new way of balancing professional and private life, acknowledging the value of technology.

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Career Paths: Jacob Damgaard, Britannia P&I

In our special column, we are glad to host an interview with Mr. Jacob Damgaard, Associate Director - Loss Prevention, Britannia P&I, who highlights the importance of understanding and respecting other cultures towards achieving success. Mr. Damgaard had the chance to work at sea with many different nationalities that taught him a lot about foreign cultures and customs.

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Career Paths: Darryl Anderson, Mercy Ships Canada

In our special column, we are glad to host an interview with Darryl Anderson, Executive Director, Mercy Ships Canada who is proud of being part of a global leadership team that envisions to strengthen healthcare systems in Africa.  As explained, in 2021, Mercy Ships will take delivery of a new purpose-built hospital ship, the MV Global Mercy. This new hospital ship will join current vessel, the MV Africa Mercy, serving a new generation of patients and volunteers.

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Career Paths: Johanna Kull, ALANDIA

In our special column, we are glad to host an interview with Johanna Kull, Loss Prevention Executive at ALANDIA, who enjoys her role as she is able to learn a lot about the whole shipping industry and at the same time to share her knowledge in behaviour/ social science and psychology to the industry. Mrs Kull advises us to focus on things that bring benefit to ourselves; although it takes training to refocus, it is worth spending that time and energy.

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