Meet the Shattuck International House RCAs
Shattuck International House is staffed by three Resident Community Advisors (RCAs). The RCAs are students of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and are knowledgeable about the resources available at SPH and Harvard University. Throughout the year, they provide support to the residents of Shattuck and plan social and cultural events to foster a fun and supportive community. The RCAs are supervised and supported by SPH Operations and the Senior Program Coordinator in the Office for Student Affairs.
Hi, my name is Allyson and I’m in my third year in the Ph.D. Program in Biological Sciences in Public Health, focusing on nutritional biochemistry. My thesis work studies on the effect of diet on HDL metabolism in humans. When I’m not in the lab, I’m probably baking a yummy dessert, biking around Boston, or counting down the days until my next trip back to North Carolina, which is where I’m from. I’ve lived in Shattuck ever since my first year at HSPH, and I wouldn’t have it any other way! I love the community aspect and meeting people from all over the world. I’m really friendly, so if you see me around, please say hi!
My name is Shelley and I am a fourth-year PhD Candidate in the Department of Biostatistics. I’m from Chicago, IL.
My name is Kafui Adjaye-Gbewonyo and I am a doctoral student in the Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences. I’m interested in social and macroeconomic determinants of health and non-communicable diseases globally, especially in sub-Saharan African countries. I am originally from California, and my family is from Ghana. Outside of school, I enjoy music, writing, and spending time with friends.
How can I become an RCA?
ONLY returning Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health students are eligible to apply. Click here to view the full RCA Job Description.
*You must have completed at least one academic year at SPH.
*Current RCAs can apply for a second term, but they must complete a new application and are not guaranteed a position.
Questions? Please feel free to e-mail the Office for Student Affairs: