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Fellows from the Cohort Year: 2019

­­­Elliot Koranteng Tannor

Senior Lecturer, Consultant Nephrologist & Non-profit Leader
Kumasi

Ghana

Dr. Elliot Koranteng Tannor is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medicine of the School of Medicine and Dentistry of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) and a Senior Specialist Physician and Consultant Nephrologist at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Kumasi, Ghana...

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­­­Eliza Squibb

Artist & Lecturer
Providence, Rhode Island

United States

Eliza Squibb uses textile design to bridge the worlds of art and science. Collaborating with a wide range of professionals in health and research communities, artists, and artisans, Eliza creates textile patterns that communicate health information specifically for communities with low-literacy or language barriers that prevent equitable healthcare access...

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­­­Hope Rhodes-Pretlow

Community Pediatrician
Washington, DC

United States

Dr. Hope E. Rhodes has served as a community pediatrician at Children's National Hospital in Washington, DC since 2010. After completion of her fellowship year, she was promoted to Associate Medical Director of the Children's Health Center-THEARC. She is committed to providing quality, culturally competent care to children from under-resourced communities who are disparately impacted by various health outcomes...

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­­­Lindsey Pollaczek

Non-profit Leader
San Francisco, California

United States

Lindsey Pollaczek is Chief of Programs at Fistula Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to eradicating the devastating childbirth injury, obstetric fistula. Lindsey is responsible for overseeing the Foundation’s programs that aim to accelerate access to quality and timely care and treatment for women living with fistula...

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­­­Brandi Payton

Clinic Administrator
Owasso, Oklahoma

United States

Brandi Payton, MSHCA, BSN, RN, NEA-BC, is a citizen of the Cherokee Nation. She is also of Cheyenne, Arapaho and Hopi descent. She serves as the Clinic Administrator of the Cherokee Nation Cooweescoowee Health Center (CHC) which she helped open in 2015. Before this new facility, American Indian people in this area were commuting over an hour to seek some medical services...

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­­­Monalisa Padhee

Medical Researcher & Menstrual Health Advocate
Harmara

India

Monalisa Padhee is the Program Head of Women Wellness Initiative at Barefoot College International. In her role, she works on delivering health care interventions directed at disrupting the "intergenerational cycle of poor health" in rural girls and women. She and her team develop interactive curriculum on various women health topics including menstrual and reproductive health and nutrition that transcends the barrier of literacy...

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­­­Ifeanyi Nsofor

Physician & Health Policy Advocate
Abuja

Nigeria

Dr. Ifeanyi M. Nsofor is a public health physician and global health thought leader. He is a leading voice on COVID-19, decolonization of global health, global health equity, global health security, universal health coverage, digital health and health research. Ifeanyi is a graduate of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Nnamdi Azikiwe University School of Medicine...

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­­­Shubha Nagesh

Doctor & Public Health Specialist
Dehradun

India

Dr. Shubha Nagesh, WGH Chapter Development Manager, is a medical doctor by training and a public health specialist based in the Himalayan state of India. She presently holds the position of Chapter Development Manager for Asia-Pacific and the Middle East at Women in Global Health...

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Jessica Milberg-Haydu

Public Health & Emergency Management
Los Angeles, California

United States

Jes Milberg-Haydu is a planner, systems thinker and connector currently serving as Director of National Office Emergency Preparedness for Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Working at the intersection of public health and emergency management, she brings an innovative and human-centered approach to building culture around public health preparedness to nurture more equitable and resilient organizations and communities...

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­­­Anne Laux

Field Training Compliance Officer
Cleveland, Ohio

United States

Anne Laux is a field compliance officer for the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission within the office of the Ohio Attorney General. In this role, she monitors and enforces compliance of law enforcement training, curriculum and delivery throughout northern Ohio. Prior to her career in law enforcement, she worked in community mental health, working in both adult forensic mental health as well as working with underprivileged youth within the Cleveland Metropolitan School District...

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