My enthusiasm and curiosity for global affairs, public health programming, and sustainable development in low-middle income countries was ignited by my study abroad experience at the University of Ghana in 2014. I enrolled in Tulane University's School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine Dual Degree Program as a senior undergraduate in order to take graduate classes in conjunction with my undergraduate studies. I finished my Bachelor of Science in Public Health (BSPH) degree in May 2016, and completed my Master of Public Health (MPH) degree with a focus in international health and development in December 2017.
I received the Changemaker Catalyst award from Tulane's Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking to help fund my master's practicum work with World Vision Cambodia's health and nutrition team in Phnom Penh throughout the latter half of 2017. It was there that I completed my final MPH public health analysis research: "Malnutrition and Breast-milk Substitute Use: Review and Recommendations to Overcoming Threats to Cambodia's Children."
I have work experience in nutrition, social marketing, health promotion, research, and public health programming. I am open to working with a non-profit organization, think tank, for-profit business with a humanitarian-focus, or government. Whether living domestically or internationally, I hope to combine my writing and communication skills accumulated through years of research and marketing experience with my natural creative edge to develop innovative solutions to health inequities, malnutrition, sustainable food environments, or environmental health.
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