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07.10.14

Meet Susan Kim

By O'Neill Institute

Meet Susan C. Kim, Deputy Director of the O’Neill Institute. Do you remember when you first realized a career in law was a good fit for you? I had been telling people I was going to be a lawyer since I was three years old. This makes me suspect that it wasn’t entirely my idea. […]

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07.10.14

Meet Eric Friedman

By O'Neill Institute

Meet Institute Associate Eric A. Friedman, JD, project leader for the Platform for a Framework Convention on Global Health (FCGH), which advocates for a global treaty grounded in the human right to health and aimed at closing health inequities. He holds a law degree from Yale Law School and B.A. from Yale College. Do you […]

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07.10.14

Meet Jeffrey Crowley

By O'Neill Institute

Q: Do you remember when you first realized a career at the intersection of public health and policy was a good fit for you? I was a policy wonk before I knew what that meant. For some reason, I no longer recall how this came about – I never took the typical high school government […]

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07.10.14

Meet Sonia L. Canzater

By O'Neill Institute

Meet Sonia L. Canzater, an Associate at O’Neill. Sonia holds a Juris Doctor from the University of South Carolina School of Law, a Master of Public Health from the University of South Carolina Arnold School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Temple University. OI: When did you first realize that […]

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07.10.14

Meet Sean Bland

By O'Neill Institute

In this edition, meet Sean Bland, an Associate at O’Neill. Sean is a Georgetown Law alumnus who joined the O’Neill Institute in 2015. When did you first realize that a career at the intersection of public health and policy was a good fit for you? In college, I never thought I would do policy work. […]

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07.10.14

Meet Rebecca Reingold

By O'Neill Institute

OI: When did you first realize that a career at the intersection of public health and policy was a good fit for you? It was during “Issues in Science,” an elective course that I took my senior year of high school. The course was an introduction to bioethics, and our thought-provoking discussions focused on the […]

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07.10.14

Meet Fernanda Alonso

By O'Neill Institute

We continue our profile series about our associates, fellows and faculty as described “in their own words.” In this edition, meet Fernanda Alonso, an Associate at O’Neill. Fernanda holds a Master of Laws in Global Health Law from Georgetown University and a Bachelor of Laws from the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico (ITAM), Mexico City. […]

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07.10.14

Meet Anna Roberts

By O'Neill Institute

OI: When did you first realize that a career at the intersection of public health and law was a good fit for you? I am originally from Tennessee, but have had the opportunities to live and work in several different countries and with a wide variety of populations including refugees, sex workers, people who inject […]

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07.10.14

Meet Sarah Roache

By O'Neill Institute

Q : Do you remember when you first realized a career in law was a good fit for you? Some would say that I was an argumentative child. I would say that I liked to challenge assumptions and the status quo. I can remember my dad telling me, when I was very young, that I […]

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