It is often assumed that the default career option for PhD graduates is in academia. The dynamics of the 21st century, knowledge economy and advent of the industry 4.0 have among other things upended this assumption. Transferable scientific skills and knowledge are becoming progressively valued in non-academic job sectors. However, navigating job opportunities and transitioning to different career paths can be difficult. In the next instalment of the ASF webinar holding on 30th September, we will be hosting two panellists Sunday .A. Leonard and Adetayo Omoni, PhD- who have excelled in their respective careers outside of academia to explore this topic. Dr Sunny Leonard, based in Washington, D.C. is a programme management officer with the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). He was previously the Special Assistant to the Chief Scientist, United Nations Environment Programme. He holds a PhD in Environmental Engineering from University College London. Dr Adetayo Omoni-Adeyemo holds the post of Research and Evidence Advisor with Save the Children, headquartered in Washington, D.C. She holds a PhD in International Health from John Hopkins University. Please join us using the webinar details on the flyer.