I am a medical anthropology PhD candidate studying how Rohingya refugees envision a good life after resettlement in the US. After receiving my BA in Anthropology (with a focus in medical anthropology) and Master of Public Health from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, I worked for two years at a non-profit that advances accessibility, independence, and inclusion in homes and communities. In college and during my Masters program, I worked with refugees for five years which led me to my interest in the intersections of reproductive and mental health and access to care.

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