Public Health-Global Health Major 10th Anniversary
Public health undergraduate major celebrating 10 years of social justice and health equity education
The University of Washington School of Public Health is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of its Public Health-Global Health (PH-GH) major, a milestone marking the growth of interdisciplinary public health undergraduate offerings around the country that are training the next generation of public health-minded professionals.
In this Q&A, Andrea Ordonio (PH-GH, ’21) describes her work as a patient access coordinator lead at Fred Hutch Cancer Center.
Danafe Matusalem (PH-GH, ’18) shares her interests in equity, diversity and inclusion, and for all individuals to have equitable health access and educational opportunities.
Anjulie Ganti on improving health equity when training the future public health workforce
In this Q&A, Sabica Nasar (PH-GH, ’22) describes the importance of social determinants of health and systems thinking to improve health outcomes at a population level.
How Brittney Dias finds a way for representation as business owner and children’s book author
There’s a line Brittney Dias wrote that’s been serving as inspiration for herself and the children she writes for: “No matter the time, no matter the day, Ava and Mae find a way.” Ava and Mae are two Black girls and protagonists of a children’s book series written by Dias. Their message of perseverance also speaks to the work Dias is committed to, which is to increase diverse representation of main characters in children’s media.
Hanna Dinh Hsieh
In this Q&A, Hanna Dinh Hsieh (PH-GH, ’14) shares her passion for working alongside communities to improve health disparities and access to care.
Q&A with Public Health-Global Health major Angella Kim on what experiences have been the most influential to her as a student in SPH.
In a Q&A, undergraduate Rohini Achal, '24, reflects on their passion for health equity and how structural oppression lies at the root of inequities.