Cassidy Parshall is a program coordinator with the Center for Global Health Policy & Politics.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Parshall worked at Public Citizen as an Access to Medicines intern. She currently serves on the Board of the Global Surgery Student Alliance.

Parshall received an MSc in Global Health Policy from the University of Edinburgh, where her research focused on U.S. policy documents relating to access to medicines and intellectual property within the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement. She holds a B.B.A. in Finance and Business Fellows from Baylor University.


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