Brynn Macaulay

Brynn is an MPH candidate in the Global Health and Population department with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health. Her interests include refugee health, community health programming, health systems improvement, health policy and humanitarian response coordination. She has been an RN for 13 years and continues to work part-time in her specialty, OB/GYN. Additionally, she holds national certification as a Spanish medical interpreter and international licensure as a board-certified lactation consultant.

Brynn’s project focuses on strengthening and expanding rural health primary care services, as well as obtaining direct user feedback through focus groups for Spanish-speaking clients.