Current Recipients

2020 Fellowship Recipients

2020 Fellowship Receipient

Akosua Dankwah

HSPH

Project: The Rhode Island Executive Office of the Health and Human Services. Health Systems Transformation Project to reinvent the Medicaid program by addressing the social determinants of health.

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Suhas Gondi

Suhas Gondi

HMS/HBS

Project: Commonwealth Care Alliance. Boston, MA. Community-based healthcare organization dedicated to improving care for individuals who are dually eligible for MassHealth (Medicaid)and Medicare with complex medical, behavioral health and social needs, including those with disabilities.

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Laura Jenny

Laura Jenny

COLLEGE

Project: Strategies for Youth. Cambridge, MA. Intern. Youth Trauma Initiative. Policy and training organization dedicated to improving police/youth interactions and reducing disproportionate minority contact.

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Humza Jilani

Humza Jilani

COLLEGE

Project: Tech Against Terrorism. United Nations (UN). Research Intern. Tech Against Terrorismis working on behalf of the UN CTED to support the global tech industry to tackle terroristexploitation of their technologies.

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Amisha Kambath

Amisha Kambath

COLLEGE

Project: Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. Oakland, CA. Research and policy projects related to transformative justice and responses to violence and the city of Oakland’s strategic plan.... Read more about Amisha Kambath

Ryan Keen

Ryan Keen

GSAS/HSPH

Project: Massachusetts General Hospital Rural Public Health and Community Medicine. Intern.Boston, MA & Rosebud, SD. Working on the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Health Board on avariety of palliative, cancer, and serious illness health care programs for Indigenous Tribes inrural Rosebud, South Dakota.

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Tamara Shamir

Tamara Shamir

COLLEGE

Project: Texas RioGrande Legal Aid (TRLA) Family Detention Project. Dilley, TX. Provides free civil legal services to asylum-seeking women and children who are detained at the South Texas Family Residential Center (STFRC).

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