Name: Gabriella DelHoyo (WCAS 2012) Major: Political Science Minor: Global Health Studies Gabriella DelHoyo graduated in 2012 with a Political Science major and Global Health Studies minor. For the past year and a half, Gabriella has been working with the 2020 Microclinic Initiative to improve maternal health in rural Kenya. What else were you involved
As a student of global health, I pride myself on keeping up to date on the various challenges to public health around the world, especially the most potent issues. I know about AIDS and malaria, I know about the problems with health insurance in China, and I know the struggles resource poor nations face in
The origin story for a top international charity begins at Northwestern University, and the director returned to campus on April 23 to talk about the organization’s successes and challenges as a part of the One Book One Northwestern series. “This really is a very special moment for me,” One Acre Fund Director Matt Forti said.
While working in a rural hospital and community health organizations in Mutomo and Nairobi, Kenya through “Team Mutomo”*, a group formed at my high school in Minnesota, I was able to visit Kibera, Kenya’s largest slum. After talking with the people there, I realized just how dangerous slum life can be. Of course, I had
Steph O’Connor, a rising senior majoring in Urban Studies and Psychology at Northwestern, is proudly serving as a One Book One Northwestern fellow for the 2013-2014 school year. One Book One Northwestern (OBON) engages the Northwestern community in a conversation around a thought-provoking title each year. Fellows serve as a liaison among staff, students and