Ayo Douglas


Ayooluwa (Ayo) is a native of Nigeria. She is an MD/MPH candidate at Harvard Medical School and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Uche Anigbogu

Poster Competition

Uche Anigbogu, physician and public health practitioner. Emergency medicine clinician at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston U.S.A. Harvard T.H Chan Alumni 2022. In addition to clinical medicine, I am also currently working in West Africa on capacity building and health systems development.

Esias Bedingar


Esias Bedingar is a native of Chad. He’s currently a second-year PhD student in Population Health Sciences at Harvard University. As a doctoral student, Esias is interested in identifying health system priorities in Chad, and designing community-based health insurances (CBHI) schemes, and measuring their impact on access and quality of care.

Azariah Boyd

Media & Communication

Azariah Boyd is a Donald Hopkins Predoctoral Fellow pursuing a Master of Science in Environmental Epidemiology at the Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health. She is dedicated to addressing global environmental racism through innovative research and Azariah hopes to pursue a MD/PhD in Population Health Sciences.

Mawulorm Denu

Events & Operations

Mawulorm is a physician from Ghana and an alumnus of the Harvard School of Public Health. He is involved with operations and planning for the AHC conference.

Hailu Dhufera


Hailu is a Medical Doctor from Ethiopia, perusing a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) at Harvard T H Chan, school of public health. Hailu is passionate about health financing in low-middle-income countries with an interest in grass-root innovative insurance such as Community-Based Health Insurance (CBHI) and the role of digitization in advancing them.

Teguo Daniel Djoyum


Teguo is a Neurotechnomogist and social entrepreneur who works to make neurodiagnostic services available in LMICs. He co-founded Global Organization of Health Education and Purple point Neurodiagnostic a “Fair-Profit” diagnostics company.

Melanie Etti


Melanie is a medical doctor from the UK with roots in Cameroon. She has clinical and academic interests in infectious diseases and has recently completed a Master of Public Health (Global Health) at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in May 2022.

Sharon Hancart

Trained in biomedical engineering, Sharon has worked in medical imaging In Europe and Africa before focusing on public health. Sharon is particularly interested in strengthening healthcare systems across countries and fostering collaboration among all health-related stakeholders.

Benita Kayembe


Benita Kayembe is a Master of Science student in Global Health and Population at the T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her research focuses on investigating health indicators in mining communities in the Republic Democratic of the Congo.