Stacey King, MS

Stacey King

Director of Field Education and Practice
Office of Education

As Director of Field Education and Practice, Stacey’s work focuses on developing applied and field-based learning opportunities at Harvard Chan. Previously, she worked for 10 years at Cambridge Health Alliance, with the Cambridge Public Health Department. She most recently served as the Director of the Community Health Division addressing the health of men of color, children’s oral health, violence prevention, substance abuse prevention, early childhood literacy, and health communications. In…

Amit Kumar

Amit is a graduate student in the Health Policy and Management Department. His research interests include examining the role that health literacy and social determinants play in health disparities, particularly as they relate to access to healthful foods. He completed his undergraduate studies at UCLA and hopes to attend medical school upon completing his MPH program at Harvard Chan. Amit’s project focuses on conducting research on the environmental, economic, social,…

Jonathan Lee

Rose Service Learning Fellow

Jonathan is an MPH student in the Social and Behavioral Sciences department, also working on a dual degree in Urban Planning at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is particularly interested in the built environment determinants of health and how we can improve population health using tools from urban planning and design. This project will focus on engaging with the residents of Allston-Brighton to plan for a healthy and…

Kevin Linn

Rose Service Learning Fellow

Kevin has worked in strategic health policy and improving access to quality cancer care in Canada for over a decade in not-for-profit organizations and public health agencies.  During this time, he was accountable for strategically managing relationships with diverse stakeholders and cancer control and health system partners to align quality improvement efforts. He is currently a Doctor of Public Health degree student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public…

Stephanie Martinez-Fernandez

Stephanie Martinez-Fernandez

Stephanie is a storyteller with experience conducting quantitative and qualitative, ethnographic research in the U.S., Morocco, and Myanmar centered around the migrant experience, home-building, and neighborhoods. She is currently a master’s student in the Global Health and Population department. Stephanie’s project, in partnership with the Neighborhood Food Action Collaboration in Boston, focuses on increasing SNAP benefits enrollment through individualized education, outreach, & application assistance to address the household food insecurity…

Jessica Zamborain Mason

Rose Service Learning Fellow

Jessica is an interdisciplinary quantitative marine scientist passionate about coral reef ecosystems who aims to contribute towards achieving ecologic, social and economic sustainability in the world’s fisheries. Currently, Jessica is a postdoctoral research fellow in planetary health in the departments of nutrition and environmental health. Her research takes a nutritional lens to fisheries, integrating nutritional outcomes into fisheries reference points and examining the consequences of climate change, human use and…

Juliet McCann

Juliet is a second-year Master of Science student in the Department of Global Health & Population. Her research interests are centered around understanding the facilitators and barriers to optimal child nutrition and early childhood development outcomes. At HSPH, she has collaborated on a project examining the impacts of COVID-19 on food systems and nutrition services in Ethiopia. She has additionally contributed to the analysis of a cluster-randomized control trial in…

Erin McGuinness

Rose Service Learning Fellow

Erin is a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) student and a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW). She has devoted her career to community mental health issues, with a particular emphasis on trauma and suicide. Most recently, Erin worked at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in southern New Mexico as a Clinical Supervisor over multiple programs serving all ages, with a particular emphasis on individuals with severe mental illness (SMI).…

Megana Mishra

Rose Service Learning Fellow

Meghana Mishra is an MD/MPH student at Harvard Medical School and the T.H. Chan School of Public Health. During her time in medical school, she has worked to improve access to healthy meals for underserved patients, which included testifying before the Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Public Health. In addition, she has coauthored policy resolutions within the Massachusetts Medical Society on topics ranging from universal school meals to women’s healthcare,…

Tatenda Mujeni

Tatenda Mujeni

A native of Harare, Zimbabwe, Tatenda Mujeni is a Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) student at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Tatenda’s research interests are in health systems strengthening, particularly through health quality improvement in low resource settings. Tatenda is particularly interested in a people-centered approach in improving the quality of care in the health system and ensuring that health service provision meets the needs and expectations…