HEAL Students

HEAL strives to create a safe and inclusive space to benefit students—with a specific focus on providing opportunities for students of color and diverse backgrounds. HEAL offers opportunities for students to develop professional skills to prepare them to be successful future public health advocates and/or practitioners. Through their work with HEAL, students gain experience not only in public health research but also in community engagement.

Active HEAL Student Members for Academic Year 2021-2022

Wensday Worth at the Health Equity Advancement Lab 2017 Summit.PhD Students: Abdinasir Ali, Jessica Andino, Patrick Brady, Crystal Garcia, Helin Hernandez, Cynthia Maharani, Adriana Maldonado, Jason Semprini, Lena Thompson

Graduate Students: Ellise Bechler, Amelia Cogan, Anne Edwards, Kuann Fawkes, Juan Gundino, Amanda Heinzerling, Abby Hellem, Bikere Ikoba, Sarah Dersten, Courtney Klopfenstein, Kathleen May, Felicia Pieper, Casey Semos, Emily Shaw, Madison Stewart, Erin Taber

Undergraduate Students: Sameer Ali,  Teagan Andis, Banguid Cornelie, Michael Berger, Lindsay Cobb, Laura Eckles, Sydney Evans, Kaci Ginn, Lubna Hossain, Elanor Kemdirim, Naomi Marroquin, Abigail McCarthy, Natalie Montilino, Ashley Marrow, Stella Murphy, Oluoma Obi, Maiti Peters, Kavya Raju, Julia Reichart, Breana Rinker,  Montana Scott, Elliot Smith, Kelsey Strandberg, Kori Thomas, Lindsey Towle, Taya Westfield, Elizabeth Wildeboer, Carly Witherell