Miski Osman

Miski is a junior doctor from London, United Kingdom with interests in health equity, social determinants of health, and migrant health. She is currently an MPH-45 student in the Health and Social Behavior program to better understand how to address health disparities and social and structural determinants of health among ethnic minority communities. Born and … Continue reading “Miski Osman”

Kim Buster Turner

Kim Buster Turner, DDS is an MPH-45 student in the Department of Health Management. She is a native from Chicago, Illinois and lived most of her adult life in Atlanta, Georgia. She is trained as an oral physician and completed her residency from Emory University. She presents with vast amount of experiences in Public Health … Continue reading “Kim Buster Turner”

Keona Wynne

Originally from Huntsville, Texas, Keona was raised in an environment where aunts are like mothers and cousins are like brothers and sisters, so she has always had a strong sense of community, inclusion, and unity. Keona recently completed her SM in Bioethics, where she explored the ethical issues surrounding resource allocation, minority and vulnerable population … Continue reading “Keona Wynne”

Seblewongel Yigletu

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Fellow

Seblewongel (Seble) is a second-year SM2 student in the Department of Epidemiology. Originally from Milwaukee, she is a recent graduate of Tufts University. At Harvard Chan, Seble is interested in maternal/child health in low-resource settings and health disparities. Outside of class, she is an avid runner and enjoys listening to podcasts. She looks forward to … Continue reading “Seblewongel Yigletu”

MyMai Yuan

Born and raised in Thailand, I first began grappling with the disparities between the Global North and the Global South in the bubble of my Euro-American-centric “international” high school. My trilingual background, the diversity of my childhood, the striking economic disparities within my home-country, prevalent colorism, the devaluation of Thai culture and the idolization of … Continue reading “MyMai Yuan”