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GLOBEMED AT UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN 2011-2012 Annual Report

students and communities improving health around the world


GlobeMed is a network of university students that partner with grassroots organizations around the world to improve the health of people living in poverty FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY ARM Orissa, India

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY Medical AIDS Outreach Montgomery, Alabama

UNC-CHAPEL HILL Health Alert Uganda Gulu, Uganda

BETHEL UNIVERSITY Rural Economic Development Association Svay Rieng, Cambodia

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY RVCP, Butare, Rwanda Community of Hope Washington, D.C.

RHODES COLLEGE A Ministry of Sharing Health and Hope Managua, Nicaragua

UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PEDA Vientiane, Laos

BOSTON COLLEGE CCC-UNSCH Ayacucho, Peru

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY Primeros Pasos Quetzaltenango, Guatemala

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY Cooperation for Social Services and Development Phnom Penh, Cambodia

UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER Kallpa Iquitos Iquitos, Peru

BROWN UNIVERSITY Ungano Tena Nairobi, Kenya

INDIANA UNIVERSITY CEMOPLAF Cajabamba Cajabamba, Ecuador

TRUMAN STATE UNIVERSITY Maison de Naissance Torbeck, Haiti

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CareNet Ghana Hohoe, Ghana

BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY KIHEFO Kabale, Uganda

LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY Health Development Initiative Kigali, Rwanda

TUFTS UNIVERSITY Nyaya Health Achham, Nepal

UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN Clinica Ana Manganaro Guarjila, El Salvador

COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GWED-G Gulu, Uganda

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO Jambi Huasi Otovalo, Ecuador

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ASPAT Lima, Peru

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA Build Your Future Today Center Siem Reap, Cambodia

CORNELL UNIVERSITY CEPAIPA Guayaquil, Ecuador

MIT Women Mobilizing for Development Bokeo, Laos

UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI Social Action for Women Mae Sot, Thailand

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON WDA Phnom Penh, Cambodia

CU-BOULDER HHC, Jawalakhel, Nepal Courage Is Change Denver, Colorado

MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE Gardens for Health International Gasabo, Rwanda

UCLA Nwoya Youth Center Anaka, Uganda

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON COWS Kampong Thom, Cambodia

DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Kachin Women’s Association Thailand Chiang Mai, Thailand

NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY Kitovu Mobile AIDS Organization Masaka, Uganda

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER Buddhism and Society Development Association Kampong Cham, Cambodia

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY Dios es Amor Lima, Peru

DEPAUL UNIVERSITY ASOSAP Alta Verapaz, Guatemala

NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY HOPE Center Ho, Ghana

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Tiyatien Health Zwedru, Liberia Joy-Southfield Detroit, Michigan

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST. LOUIS UDHA Iganga, Uganda

DUKE UNIVERSITY Salud Sin Límites Siuna, Nicaragua

OBERLIN COLLEGE Center for Community Health Promotion Hanoi, Vietnam

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-KANSAS CITY KCRC Bushenyi District, Uganda

WHITMAN COLLEGE Burmese Women’s Union Chiang Mai, Thailand

EMORY UNIVERSITY MAP Foundation Chiang Mai, Thailand

PENN STATE UNIVERSITY ACUDESBAL Chiapas, Mexico

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AMHERST COLLEGE Pastoral de La Salud San Salvador, El Salvador


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OUR MISSION

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GlobeMed aims to strengthen the movement for global health equity by empowering students and communities to work together to improve the health of people living in poverty around the world.

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We believe every human life has equal worth and every person deserves the chance to thrive. This belief has drawn together our network of students, communities, and supporters from all walks of life and from every corner of the world. Health for all is within our grasp, but we can only achieve it by working together.


PRESIDENTS’ MESSAGE GlobeMed at UT-Austin Dear friends of GlobeMed at UT-Austin, The past two semesters made up our first full year as a GlobeMed chapter at UT-Austin. With an inaugural GROW trip under our belt, it was as if a light switched on for chapter and partnership. Our first semester in the fall of 2010 was largely stumbling in the dark as we laid the foundations of our partnership, with limited communication due to inadequate technology and unfamiliarity on both sides. However this changed after the GROW trip during summer 2011 and our chapter headed into the following year invigorated to fortify the partnership even more, because our partner organization, Clinica Ana Manganaro and the community of Guarjila, El Salvador was more than just a partner, they are now our friends. During the year, we developed the ties that bind us all as GlobeMed members and how all our combined passions and efforts result in the bigger picture of helping our friends in Guarjila bring health for all. As a young chapter we are continually learning how fostering a spirit of solidarity within our chapter contributes to the solidarity that ties together the larger GlobeMed network and with all our partner organizations as we strive together for global health equity. In Solidarity, Olivia Koshy and Michelle Truong 2011-2012 Co-Presidents

IN THIS REPORT: ! 1 

MISSION STATEMENT

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2011 – 2012 AT A GLANCE

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ABOUT US

4  OUR PARTNER 5 

OUR PROJECT

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CAMPAIGNS

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GLOBALHEALTHU

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COMMUNITY BUILDING

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GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK INTERNSHIP

10  WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE 11  GLOBEMED GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT 12  OUR FUTURE 13  FINANCES 14  STAY CONNECTED 15  THANK YOU


August 22, 2011

September 19, 2011

Oct. 25-27, 2011

Executive Board Retreat

First General meeting of the school year

Global Dance Lessons

Our newly assembled Executive Board gathered for an retreat at Zilker Park to discuss inspirational hopes and goals for the upcoming year.

We were ready to start a brand new year fresh off our first ever GROW trip.

Our second Global Dance Lessons fundraiser featured student dance instructors leading fun and active classes such as hip-hop, salsa and zumba to raise money for our Chalet food cooperative project with CAM.

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2011-2012 AT A GLANCE

December 2, 2011

February 20, 2012

March 19, 2012

Bar Trek

World Day of Social Justice

Lecture on Hope, Haiti and Service with Arcade Fire

Our chapter engaged the Austin community in our first Bar Trek fundraiser that featured collaboration with popular local bars located on the famed Sixth Street in Downtown Austin.

On our second year observing WDSJ as a chapter, we invited other social justice organizations on campus to join us in a "Social Justice Fair" and engaged the campus in conversation to answer "What social injustice would you trash?"

Grammy-winners Arcade Fire came to UT-Austin to give a lecture on their involvement with Partners in Health in the rebuilding of Haiti and how they are personally invested in this mission. Our GlobeMed chapter got the privilege of meeting the band and discussing global health with them afterwards.

March 31, 2012

April 12-14, 2012

April 28, 2012

Spring Sta Retreat

GlobeMed Global Health Summit

Benefit Concert

The beautiful and tranquil Lake Travis provided the perfect backdrop for our spring staff retreat that serve to bond our chapter as friends and GlobeMed members.

Eight of our chapter members served as delegates to the Summit, a weekend filled with unforgettable lessons and inspiration.

Our last event of the school year was a Benefit Concert featuring musicians Corduroi and The Gentlemen Swank who offered their time and talent to help us in fundraising.


GlobeMed at UT-Austin

ABOUT US

Founded in Fall 2010, GlobeMed at the University of Texas at Austin is one of 46 university-based chapters working to improve the health of the impoverished around the world. Specifically, GlobeMed at UT works with its partner Clinica Ana Manganaro (CAM) in Guarjila, El Salvador, through a shared mission to fight this cycle of poverty and health inequity. This is accomplished through GlobeMed’s three pillars: global health university (GHU), campaigns, and grassroots on-site work (GROW). To date our chapter has raised over $20,000, funding three health initiatives with Guarjila, went on two GROW trips and won the 2012 Swing-Out Award for Best New Organization at UT-Austin.

since our founding in fall 2010 , our chapter has grown from 10 to 40 members.


Clinica Ana Manganaro (CAM) WORKS IN GUARJILA, EL SALVADOR POPULATION: 2,400

KEY FACT: Â With a holistic approach to health care, CAM provides all services free of charge for every patient.

Almost three hours north outside San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, you will find a small town of about 2,400 inhabitants in the town of Guarjila. The clinic originally started in a small house for basic healthcare after the Salvadorans returned from Honduran refugee camps in October of 1987, despite that the war continued until the Peace Accords were signed on January 16, 1992. The refugees were tired of being treated with hostility and discriminated against so a group of them from different parts of El Salvador got together and planned to settle in Guarjila.

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OUR PARTNER

ABOUT CLINICA ANA MANGANARO FOUNDED IN 1987 With the assistance of Sr. Ana Manganaro and father Jon Cortina a system was developed to educate health promoters and midwives. The health promoters originated from the refugee camps and the mountains; 300 were initially trained. In fact, the majority of the current health promoters received their initial hands on training out in the field, during the war. With international donations, Sr. Ana and Fr. Jon Cortina, S.J. (also a civil engineer) designed and built the present clinic, completed in 1990. The Clinic was supported by generous private donations as well as government assistance. In the fall of 2010, GlobeMed at UT-Austin was partnered with CAM and was visited by GROW interns for the first time in the summer of 2011. The Clinic's mission statement goes hand-inhand with the GlobeMed model: "Health is a right and at the same time, a responsibility of all. Let's conserve it by practicing a healthy lifestyle."


Clinica Ana Manganaro (CAM)

GlobeMed at UT-Austin Why capacity building? The expansion of the chalet will provide more opportunities for single mothers in the community to work and receive an income while sponsoring a nutritional program that provides malnourished children with free soymilk and snacks. Furthermore the chalet provides fresh healthy food options and hosts educational meetings to discuss benefits of breastfeeding and juvenile nutritional health. The trash receptacles will prevent the dispersion of garbage around the community and therefore curb the number of animals leaving feces inside and around homes.

100 PEOPLE WILL BE POSITIVELY IMPACTED EACH DAY BY ACCESS TO THE NEW CAFETERIA.

$10,000 TO PURCHASE MATERIALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND EXPANSION OF EL CHALET.

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OUR PROJECT

GlobeMed at UT raised over $10,000 to expand a small cafeteria at Clinica Ana Manganaro and to promote sanitation by installing trash receptacles in Guarjila, El Salvador. One of our projects this year focused on nutrition, female empowerment and education as we worked to raise a net of $7,960 for the expansion of CAM’s El Chalet, a food cooperative that will play a multifaceted role in the community. Our initiatives surpassed our initial expectations and we were quickly able to raise over $10,000 in our first semester. As a result, we had to quickly collaborate to create a new project for the current semester to combat pollution in Guarjila by creating a formal procedure for waste management. The project requires an additional $5,000 for the installation of permanent trash receptacles around the community, as well as two larger transportable collection receptacles to transfer trash away from the community.


CAMPAIGNS Campaigns are on-campus events and initiatives that raise funds for GlobeMed partner organizations' grassroots projects abroad.

EVENT TITLE

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Global Dance Lessons Fall

Three day event with local dance instructors donating classes in hip-hop, zumba, and salsa.

Personal Network Campaigns

Staff raised $50, and exec raised $100 each.

Global Dance Lessons Spring

We held this event again, a three day event with local dance instructors donating classes.

Taco Sales

Sold donated tacos, self-made bracelets and hair clips, and baked goods on campus.

Summit Sales

Sold t-shirts, bracelets, hair pins at Summit.

$241.62

Benefit Concert

Organized a Benefit Concert at Austin City Java with two local bands

$282.78

Silent Auction

Auctioned off baskets filled with items donated by local businesses

$1759

Princeton Review Course Auction

Auctioned off donated Princeton Review Course

Bar Trek

Sold wristbands for drink deals at local bars

Pratham Co-Sponsored Event

Lunch pizza sales

Total funds raised for CAM in 2011-2012:

MONEY RAISED $399 $2,217 $143 $445.72

$1,550 $507.57 $49.47

$7,595.16

Since Fall 2010, GlobeMed at UT-Austin has raised over $20,000 to help the community of Guarjila, El Salvador improve upon environmental health, sanitation, nutrition and women's empowerment alongside CAM.


HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE YEAR

Silent Auction GlobeMed at UT-Austin held an event in which we auctioned off baskets filled with items donated by local businesses.

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Global Dance Lessons This was a three day event where on each different day we had a local dance instructor donate their time to teach a class. In the fall, we had hip-hop, zumba, and salsa.

Benefit Concert GlobeMed at UT-Austin organized a Benefit Concert at Austin City Java with two local bands.


globalhealthU globalhealthU is GlobeMed’s signature year-long global health curriculum. This student-designed and driven program equips students with the critical thinking skills that will inform a life of leadership for global health.

2011-2012 CURRICULUM ORIENTATION Chapter members were equipped with a thorough understanding of the values of GlobeMed and explored their personal values. POVERTY AND HEALTH Chapters conceptualized poverty and sought to explore the connections between global health and poverty.

This year I had the experience of bringing the revamped and extraordinarily wellplanned globalhealthU curriculum to my chapter. By starting with broad philosophical frameworks on health and poverty, then exploring theories in developmental economics within those frameworks, and then further focusing specifically on our roles as students and partners in this movement, we gained a much deeper understanding of the complexities of global health inequity and how we can fight to address them. The most powerful impact of globalhealthU this year was the creation of small groups, which provided an intimate setting for open discussion and reflection and allowed us to further bond as a chapter. - Priya Prakash

THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS We considered the views of six developmental economists to explored the root causes and paths out of poverty. INDEPENDENT INVESTIGATION Chapters conducted an indepth investigation on a topic of interest. STUDENTS’ ROLE Following a critical discussion of our role in perpetuating poverty, we sought to understand how we can be effective advocates. REFLECTION Chapters reflected on the year behind them both as individuals and in the context of their chapter.


ON-CAMPUS EVENTS

Mock Clinic Diversity in Global Health Week: November 16-17, 2011 Held in West Mall, students could participate in an interactive model portraying "the day in the life of a CAM patient".

Find Your Role in Global Health: Speaker Panel Diversity in Global Health Week: November 16-17, 2011 Carol Davis, epidemiologist at Texas Department of State Health Services, Philip Huang, Medical Director and Health Authority for Austin/Travis County Health Department, and Laramie Gorbett, Executive Director and Founder of Empower Art spoke about their efforts in global health to GlobeMed members and took questions.

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COMMUNITY BUILDING Â Through service and team-building events, community and camaraderie is fostered around global health and social justice within GlobeMed chapters, the GlobeMed network and surrounding communities.

TOTAL # OF CHAPTER MEMBERS: # OF COMMUNITY BUILDING EVENTS:

40 07

Community building was a rollercoaster this past school year. The executive and staff retreats were an absolute success. Members left each event feeling inspired, rejuvenated and connected. Unfortunately though, at times throughout the year these familial sentiments were not enough to incur high attendance at smaller social events. Once the chapter did unite to spend time together, friendships were forged and members became more dedicated. Our main challenge was inspiring consistency as a chapter, but our Community Building successes helped strengthen a more effective partnership with CAM.


GROW INTERNSHIP

“I have always been a member kind of just half way dedicated, but after coming here and experiencing these people and seeing the clinic first hand there is absolutely no way I can return and not be completely devoted. This (GROW) really does change everything. I wish everyone could experience and understand.”– Rashi Agrawal, c/o 2013

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[GRASSROOTS ON-SITE WORK]

04 LENGTH OF STAY: 04 weeks MAY 22 2012 – JUNE 19 2012

# OF GROW INTERNS:

WORK DESCRIPTION: On site the GROW team worked each day in Clinica Ana Manganaro helping out with small jobs for instance making cotton balls, working in archives, or with patient administration. Furthermore, the GROW team spent numerous hours collecting firsthand interviews, images, and video footage. The accumulation of this media was used for a video project and will be incorporated into all components of our chapter, specifically campaigns and GHU. The GROW team also dedicated time, energy, and vulnerability to building further the bond and partnership between GlobeMed at UT and Clinica Ana Manganaro.

Through Grassroots Onsite Work (GROW) internships, students build capacity of their partner organization, engage in mutual learning, and ensure long-term stability of their partnership.


WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE “INJUSTICE anywhere is a THREAT to JUSTICE everywhere.” MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

GLOBEMED AT UT-AUSTIN: joined 45 other GlobeMed chapters across the nation in a network-wide commemoration of the 4th Annual World Day of Social Justice during the week of February 20, 2012, by asking professors to dedicate five minutes of class time to a discussion on how poverty and social justice relates to their field of study. GLOBEMED TEACH-IN HIGHLIGHTS: Engaging our campus community in a dialogue about social justice greatly opened up new ideas and perspectives on how our peers and educators view the concept of "social justice" and how to achieve this idea. It was interesting to learn the versatility of various academic disciplines in the fight for social justice and inspiring to see a diverse group of students participating in the conversation, answering "What social injustice would you trash?”

Number of professors who participated in the WDSJ Teach-In:

04

Participating Departments: Sociology Government Nursing Spanish

MORE WDSJ ACTION ----------------------------------Texas Fight for Social Justice organization fair/"What social injustice would you trash?": We invited 14 studentled organizations to join us in the “TEXAS FIGHT for Social Justice” fair. We asked, “Which social injustice would you TRASH?” relating to our environmental health with CAM. Students wrote their answers on trash to be put on display.

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed February 20th as World Day of Social Justice in 2007. Observation of WDSJ supports efforts of the international community in poverty eradication, the promotion of full employment and decent work, gender equity and access to social wellbeing and justice for all.


WDSJ Teach-Ins and More GlobeMed at UT-Austin asking professors to dedicate five minutes of class time to a discussion on how poverty and social justice relates to their field of study. They also reached out to their campus to ask students the question, “What social injustice would you trash?”

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WORLD DAY OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

"Health inequalities across groups are fundamentally social in origin. Closing inequalities and achieving health equity across groups is going to require aggressive social policy geared toward eliminating basic societal inequalities” - Dr. Robert Hummel, Sociology "We respect the individual dignity of every person. How we treat people is based on beneficence. Doing good to people as we would have them do to us. Respecting their person-hood. Fairly distributing resources to them. Avoiding harm. Respecting autonomy." -Dr. Carole Taxis, Nursing "Latin America has the highest level of income inequality in the world, and has had for decades. This inequality is, of course, accompanied by striking inequalities in many other areas, especially in access to health care." -Dr. Henry Dietz, Government

View more photos and quotes at www.globemedwdsj.tumblr.com


2012 GLOBAL HEALTH SUMMIT

2012 DELEGATES: Jessica Jose, Olivia Koshy, Nicole Kruijs, Jeevitha Patil, Priya Prakash, Michelle Truong, Hina Virani

“While it was an incredible and unparalleled opportunity to be inspired by global health professionals, one of my favorite aspects of Summit was seeing the impact of students just like me. The globalhealthU presentations at this year’s Summit simply gave us a small taste of the endless buffet of wonderful things each chapter is collaborating on with their partner organizations. Our small groups and think tanks allowed for us to talk intensely and candidly with each other, all complete strangers initially but so much of the same mind that it was like we’ve been friends for years.” "

-- Michelle Truong, c/o 2013

The annual GlobeMed Global Health Summit brings together university students from across the nation for three days of intensive lectures and workshops with representatives from grassroots global health organizations and a range of experts.


“GlobeMed has shaped why I want to be a doctor. Previously my reasons were science-based and now I realize how it’s about people. I wrote my thesis about everything I learned in ghU. You really have to realize what you’re doing and you have to love it, once you love it, it really changes who you are and what you’re doing in the future.” – Jeevitha Patil, c/o 2012

As our chapter expanded from its founding class, so did the need for better management, as we faced new situations with a growing membership. A main concern was maintaining the balance between being authoritative for organizational efficiency and friendly as we develop a deeper connection as peers and friends united for the same cause with closely aligned perspectives. We have concluded there should be a requirement system to make members more accountable, especially because membership is application-based. It would include social and service requirements, as well as a meeting attendance policy. Aside from that, there should be more opportunities for members to become better acquainted in less formal settings. In order to successfully work in a cohesive manner, members should feel at ease with each other, especially because a large component of our organization involves thought-provoking discussion and debate revolving around poverty, health and social justice. We could also improve on communication. In addition, we want to plan and announce events more in advance for better coordination. Given that we are a fairly new organization on campus, it has become necessary to draft a “constitution” of sort to help guide future executive board leaders improve their roles and ease transitions. With such a tool, it will aid board members delegate to better the development of the group as a whole. All our intended internal improvements will help us be better involved in the network and in our partnership with CAM.

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OUR FUTURE


FINANCES In 2012 – 2012, GlobeMed at UT-Austin raised $10,000 for CAM to support projects in Guarjila, El Salvador. CAMPAIGN DONATIONS!

OPERATIONS!

TOTAL REVENUE!

Revenue! Events !

$5,528.16!

$5,528.16!

Individual Giving!

$2,217!

$2,217!

University Funding!

$3,000!

Campaign Funds from Previous Year!

$800!

SUBTOTAL!

$11,545.16!

CAMPAIGN DONATIONS!

$1,600!

$4,600! $800!

$1,600!

OPERATIONS & GRANTS!

$13,145.16!

TOTAL!

Current Finances! Cash Reserves! EXISTING BALANCE!

$1,545.16!

$230.33!

$1,775.49! $1,775.49!


Read more about our partner and project, and the GlobeMed network. globemed.org/ut-austin

“Like” us on Facebook to find out about upcoming events. www.facebook.com/GlobeMedUTAustin

Follow our blog and chime in on the discussion. globemedtexas.wordpress.com

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Follow us on twitter at twitter.com/GlobeMedUT

Find our chapter on www.razoo.com/Globemedatut-Austin and make a donation to support our partner and project today.

WANT TO REACH US IN 2012-2013?

CONTACT: Michelle Truong E-MAIL: austin@globemed.org

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KEEP IN TOUCH


EXECUTIVE BOARD CO-PRESIDENT Olivia Koshy okoshy9@gmail.com

CO-PRESIDENT Michelle Truong michelletruong@utexas.edu

globalhealthU COORDINATOR Jeevitha Patil jeevitha2008@gmail.com

globalhealthU COORDINATOR Priya Prakash prakash.priya91@gmail.com

CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR Jessica Jose jessica.jose12@gmail.com

CAMPAIGN COORDINATOR Felipe Nunez felipenunez@gmail.com

DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS Brian Lackey brianwlackey@gmail.com

DIR. OF COMMUNITY BUILDING Madison Klim klim.madison@gmail.com

GROW COORDINATOR Ruby Ramirez rramirez31291@gmail.com

DIRECTOR OF FINANCES Ryan Thomas thomas.ryan9@gmail.com

SUPPORTERS ORGANIZATIONS Alpha Phi Omega Texas Public Health Student Government UT Senate of College Councils University Coop Princeton Review Kaplan

A sincere thanks to the following advocates, mentors, donors, and colleagues for making our 2011 – 2012 year a great success:

THANK YOU


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