Member Spotlight

Jim Zanghi, PhD

April 13, 2022
Jim Zanghi

What was your first Endocrine Society volunteer role? How do you volunteer now?

My first volunteer role was membership on the steering committee for the entrepreneurship SIG. I am currently a member on this SIG.

Why did you choose to volunteer with Endocrine Society?

Someone had anonymously recommended me to join the entrepreneurship SIG, and I graciously accepted. I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but it sounded like a great opportunity.

How has volunteer service at Endocrine Society benefited you personally or professionally? Would you recommend volunteering to a colleague?

Volunteering has helped me professionally by helping to build my network among like-minded individuals with similar interests, and I have learned a significant amount from both the guest speakers that our SIG has hosted and the other steering group members. Because we are all volunteers, there’s a feel of authenticity and fellowship that I don’t always get elsewhere. I feel fortunate to be a part of the Endocrine Society, where we can bring a breadth of the most seasoned experts in the field to give presentations on the related topics around entrepreneurship. I would definitely recommend volunteering at the Endocrine Society to a colleague, and I hope to continue volunteering to further enrich myself.

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