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Fellows from the Cohort Year: 2020

Bram Wispelwey

Public Health Physician
Boston, Massachusetts

United States

Dr. Bram Wispelwey is an Associate Physician in the Division of Global Health Equity at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts and Senior Technical Lead at Partners In Health United States. Bram is Co-founder and Chief Strategist of Health for Palestine, a community organizing initiative in Palestinian refugee camps that seeks to maximize wellness and address health barriers via social accompaniment and creative integration with existing facilities...

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Lindsley Jeremiah Villarante

Chief Health Program Officer
Muntinlupa

Philippines

Lindsley Jeremiah Villarante has ten years of health policy development experience in the national setting. He is currently the Chief of the Performance Monitoring and Strategy Management Division of the Philippines Department of Health’s Health Policy Development and Planning Bureau...

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­­­Megan Srinivas

Infectious Disease Physician
Des Moines, Iowa

United States

Dr. Megan Srinivas is an infectious disease physician who focuses on addressing disparities in health resource allocation in Fort Dodge, Iowa. She is working with Project ECHO that uses telecommunications to extend clinical reach to underserved and rural communities in the state...

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­­­Peter Gan Kim Soon

Public Health Physician
Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

Peter Gan is a multidisciplinary public health physician and an amateur humanitarian. He works at the nexus between providing primary care and developing and advocating evidence-based health policy and research. Additionally, he aspires to use public health to disrupt the system in a responsible way to achieve Sustainable Development Goals through health for all...

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­­­Elena Rivera

Public Health Advocate
Portland, Oregon

United States

Elena Rivera is a public health advocate working to improve child health and well-being. She previously worked at the Children’s Institute in Portland, Oregon. In this role, Elena buildt strong linkages between health and early learning systems through policy and advocacy, including identifying opportunities to leverage Oregon’s health system transformation to improve outcomes for young children and testing community solutions...

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­­­Nkemakolem Osian

Public Health Analyst
Rockville, Maryland

United States

Nkem Osian currently serves as a Program Coordinator for the Care Coordination Program within the Federal Office of Rural Health Policy at the Health Resources and Services Administration. In this role, she provides support to rural health consortiums/networks aiming to achieve the overall goals of improving access, delivery, and quality of care through the application of care coordination strategies in rural communities...

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­­­Mildred Adhiambo Omino

Disability Justice Advocate & Administrator
Nairobi

Kenya

Mildred Adhiambo Omino is the Disability Liaison Officer at the University of Nairobi in Nairobi, Kenya. Inspired by her lived realities as a woman with a disability coupled with several years of professional experience, Mildred works extensively to advocate for sexual and reproductive health rights of girls and women with disabilities through self and collective advocacy...

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Rose Mary Nakame

Non-profit Leader & Nurse
Kampala

Uganda

Rose Mary Nakame has a passion for health equity, women's empowerment, mental health, rural health system strengthening and pandemic/epidemic control. She believes that this all starts from hearing community stories and perspectives which communicate their priorities, successes and the change they desire...

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Bertrand Moses

Psychotherapist and Counselor
Port of Spain

Trinidad and Tobago

Bertrand Moses is the National Coordinator of Child Affairs in the Office of the Prime Minister of Trinidad & Tobago. In this role, he implements national child protection, development and wellbeing initiatives through programs, strategies and policies such as coordinating the development of the first National Child Policy in the Eastern Caribbean...

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­­­Maureen Milanga

Director International Policy and Advocacy
Nairobi

Kenya

Maureen Milanga is the Director of International Policy and Advocacy at Health Global Access Project (Health GAP) where works across sub-Saharan countries to campaign for increased access to HIV treatment, change outdated HIV treatment policies, mobilize civil society to demand better science, increase meaningful civil society engagement and support the enhancement of key population service delivery by governments and donors...

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