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our 2018-2019 Special Correspondents
Media Editor| Publisher
Inspired writer from San Luis Potosi, Mexico. Writer, publisher and creator of humanliterature.org. Media editor with experience in wellness, real estate and sales. With over 3 years of experience in social operations, research, blogging, and editing. Published over 5 corporate social accounts and created promotional content such as graphics and templates. Forecasting growth in a journalism atmosphere, to elevate global human awareness in a relative, civilized form.
Majoring in Public Health and Spanish at Johns Hopkins University, inspiring to integrate these two fields to make healthcare more accessible, affordable, and comprehensive for all. I believe that a country that purports liberty and the pursuit of happiness needs to have an efficient and fair healthcare system in order to fulfill this promise. I have a passion for working with children, and I aspire to help seal up the cracks in the system that underprivileged youth often fall into. Children are the foundation of our society, and I enjoy investing time into improving in their well-being, self-image, and confidence. I love theater, ice skating, movies, and obscure science fiction novels. I'm excited to explore ways to improve the lives of the people around me and make the world a brighter place!
Paula-Ann Marie Granston
Public Health Correspondent
Originally from Charleston, South Carolina. Currently a junior Political Science major, Communication minor at Clemson University. I am passionate about principled public policy and having interned for Senator Tim Scott enjoyed experiencing an insight in to the governmental realm. In my free time I enjoy sports, hiking, cooking and reading. My favorite place in the whole world other than Clemson is the beach
Currently pursuing a Neuroscience and Pre-Medicine major with a Public Health minor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Currently an undergraduate research assistant for a Biochemistry and Cellular & Molecular Biology lab and shadow in the cardiothoracic surgery unit, vast experience in the natural sciences as well as public health aspects of heart disease and post-operative quality of life. Planning to obtain a Doctor of Medicine and Master's in Public Health after graduation. I am particularly interested in becoming a congenital cardiac surgeon in an urban area where I can work mainly with minority populations and the unique healthcare struggles that they face, focusing in New York City
Born in Zimbabwe and raised in Eugene, OR. Currently a graduating senior at the illustrious Spelman College, completing a B.S. degree in Biology. I am passionate about Public health and infectious diseases. I plan to have my own practice and a nonprofit organization for HIV in rural parts of Southern Africa. In my spare time I enjoy dancing, laughing, and watching my favorite tv shows. I just want to help people and touch their lives in a special way
Muchaneta "Mati" Chikawa - Public Health Correspondent
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