meet the team
Sabahat is deeply passionate about physical and mental health. She joined Connect in Health when she observed how public health issues affect everyone, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, gender, or any other factor. For her, Connect in Health is a way to educate both herself and others on the world's pressing health crises. Next year, Sabahat will be a freshman in college. She hopes to explore the interface of biology and technology, which she hopes will help her address health issues in her community and beyond.
Ann has always had a great passion for the field of public health. Ever since returning from her trip to West Virginia witnessing a frontside view of the opium epidemic, she has been conducting vigilant research in the field of public & global health. She is also interested in software engineering and computer programming and wishes to integrate this through the application of technology in medicine.
Elaine is interested in environmental health and global health, particularly health disparities—where her interests in environmental science and human biology intersect. In working with Connect in Health, she ultimately hopes to be able to share her passions, raise awareness about important health topics, and connect with fellow peers worldwide.
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Diane became interested in the field of public health as she started studying at Johns Hopkins. She is particularly drawn to the health of women and children, the quality of life of patients, and epidemiology. While working with CiH, Diane hopes to be more exposed to public health issues around the world and learn about public health responses and their successful models. By exploring diverse topics and accurately condensing them to deliver the information to the audience, she strives to grow her research and communication skills.
With a deep and avid interest in literature, journalism, and public speaking, Sarah hopes to diversify her perspectives of the world by adventuring into the field of public health, which she found a unique string bridging social and natural sciences in Connect in Health. After struggling through wuthering years of puberty, Sarah soon realized major issues surrounding teenage mental health. She is excited to reach various groups with Connect in Health through researches, projects, and sharing her personal experiences. During her free time, Sarah likes to play basketball, fangirl economists, or play the guitar with her sister.