Certificate: Global Health and Health Policy
Study abroad experience: French Guiana, Adel Mahmoud Global Health Scholar 2012
List of favorite courses: ANT 335, Medical Anthropology; GSS 420 Born in the USA: Culture and Reproduction, GHP 350 Critical Perspectives on Global Health
Hi! I’m a senior from Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, concentrating in Anthropology with a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy. I am writing my thesis on the staggering language and cultural differences between metropolitan French obstetricians and midwives and the Maroon, Hmong, Chinese, and Creole women who travel from French Guiana, Suriname, Brazil, and Haiti to deliver at the hospital in St. Laurent, French Guiana. Outside of class, I volunteer as a certified doula in the Princeton and Philadelphia area and I tutor inmates through The Petey Greene Prisoner Assistance Program. I also have a passion for directing and acting. Feel free to ask me any questions about global health at Princeton, the premedical program, the Dale Summer Awards, eating club membership, theater, or Princeton life in general. I look forward to meeting you!
Best way to reach me: Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can always set up a time to talk in person!