Public and global health are my passions. Before becoming a career adviser, I worked for many years as a teacher, involving my students in community projects. Teaching in the Dept. of Community Medicine, St. Louis University Medical School for over 25 years, I also directed an International Health program. My overseas experiences have included living and working in Zambia, Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, China and Great Britain. I completed my masters degree in International Community Health from Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, England.
Career Advising Focus Areas: PUBLIC HEALTH: Maternal Child Health, Environmental Health, Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, Women’s Health and Addictions. GLOBAL HEALTH: Disaster Management, Food Security and Nutrition, Food Policy, Oral Health and Child Health.