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Huda Adem

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After graduating in 2011, Huda participated as a Health Career Connection intern at Kaiser Permanente’s Regional Health Education, working on domestic health education projects that focused on cultural competency and outreach. Following this experience, she pursued her interests in global health by participating in a project with the World Health Organization in Cairo, Egypt doing research on community based initiatives. After 6 months, she returned to the US to complete Kaiser Family Foundation’s Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars program in Washington D.C. and engage in education and outreach around the […]

Melissa Barker

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Melissa provides this abstract of her 2011 thesis: Attending UC Berkeley is Not Part of Your Welfare to Work Plan: The Social Impact of Welfare Reform on Low- Income Single-Mothers Pursuing Postsecondary Education: Single-mother-students on welfare are a small and unique demographic in the institutions of Higher Education. While conducting research on Maui County , Hawai ‘ i and in Alameda County, California I qualitatively examined the trajectory of single mothers on welfare pursuing higher education at the University of Hawai’i, Maui and University of California, Berkeley . Assessing the […]

Pat Beck II

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Since graduating from the ISF major in 2011, Pat scaled a startup BPO firm that specializes in the luxury goods market into the European marketplace as a Global Business Development Manager. This allowed for plenty of travel while he was tasked with opening new offices abroad. Presently, Pat is the Managing Director for the company’s European subsidiary and advises the board of directors for the domestic firm. By identifying the right countries for growth while prioritizing work-life balance for future employees, Pat focused the company on factors beyond profitability. This […]

Stephanie Delaney

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After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2011, Stephanie went on to pursue a Master’s degree at SDA Bocconi School of Management in Milan, Italy. Her degree was in International Healthcare Management, Economics and Policy, with a specialization in Global Health and Development. In her final term, she had the opportunity to intern at the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) in New York. During her internship, she worked extensively with the malaria team, learning about seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) and the pilot study CHAI was launching in Nigeria to determine the […]

Remy Mercer-Slomoff

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In 2014 Remy joined a cohort of 45 students in the UCSF Global Health Master’s Program as a Master’s student at the brand new Mission Bay UCSF campus. Remy is studying Global Health with an emphasis on reproductive health, breast feeding, contraception, and community health education in West Africa. After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2011, Remy spent many months traveling throughout South East Asia (Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos). She rented an apartment on the island of Koh Chang, Thailand and became a Scuba Dive Master. She spent 4 months […]

Ryan Triolo

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After graduating from UC Berkeley in 2011, Ryan worked on various research projects with organizations such as the Asian Development Bank, the World Bank, and the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery. On one project with the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization he worked as a project lead in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Ryan is now completing a joint masters degree in International Policy Studies and Public Policy at Stanford University. With continued interest in international energy-economic systems he has done research on electricity interconnections in Mexico, carbon capture and […]