- International Studies with European Studies concentration; minor in Cell and Molecular Biology; member of Prentiss M. Brown Honors Program
- Washington, D.C.
- Ph.D. candidate, International Health Systems, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health
- In a nutshell, what do you do?
- Health systems research with a focus on improving population health in low- and middle-income countries. My own research, in Uganda, aims to contribute evidence on improving access to quality healthcare services in government facilities, by focusing on optimizing health workforce management.
- Why do you love what you do?
- Research on health systems is exciting, fulfilling, and rewarding. Working abroad, I have the privilege to learn from and collaborate with wonderful colleagues, and also to satisfy my love for travel and adventure.
- How did Albion help you get there?
- My Albion education gave me a taste for research through the FURSCA program and a supportive environment to grow and gain the skills I needed for the next steps in my career.
- For me, Albion ...
- ... will always hold a special place in my heart as the place where I got an excellent education and made lifelong friends.
Take It Further: International Studies, Biology, Honors Program, FURSCA
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