Where Are They Now?
Graduates of the MSc in Global Health are living and working all over the world in organizations including hospitals, health clinics, NGOs, universities, and research institutes.
Katia Wong works as a consultant on a Human Resources for Health (HRH) project aimed at improving maternal and neonatal health status of poor women, girls and boys in Bangladesh. [Read Katia Wong's story]
Albert Concepcion is currently working as a consultant in the global health field. His work involves grant management, principal recipient management, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E). [Read Albert Concepcion's story]
Sonal Marwah was recently hired as program officer at Project Ploughshares, a peace research organization based in Waterloo, Ontario. Since graduating from the Global Health program, Marwah has gained valuable experience [Read Sonal Marwah's story]
Sirjana Pant is program development officer (drug portfolio) at the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH), an independent, not-for-profit organization [Read Sirjana Pant's story]
Eustace Orleans-Lindsay is a pharmacist who has lived and worked in both Africa and North America. He has a unique perspective on how disease, political instability, and the lack of social support systems affect the health of individuals. [Read Eustace Orleans-Lindsay's story]
Francine Irakoze has been selected to join the seventh class of Global Health Corps (GHC) Fellows. Following her training she will be moving on to Rwanda to work on health systems strengthening with the organization Health Builders [Read Francine Irakoze's story]
Ben McIsaac is a data analyst and statistician for the Global Emergency Care Collaborative (GECC), an NGO that improves access to quality emergency care in the developing world by collaborating with local and national organizations. [Read Ben McIsaac's story]
Mark Jackson describes his experience working as a volunteer in the intense search and rescue mission in Tacloban City in the Philippines, following the devastation of Typhoon Yolanda.
[Read Mark Jackson's story]
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