Cultural Bridge

Jorge Andrés Tapia

Jorge Andrés Tapia

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), France

At the OECD, Jorge conducted research on policies to increase the representation of women in corporate decision-making bodies. The goals were to better understand the dynamics that have led to the current low availability of senior level corporate positions for women and identify policies that have been successful on increasing their opportunities.... Read more about Jorge Andrés Tapia

Amanat Boparai

Amanat Boparai

MPP 2020
International Organization for Migration (IOM) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)
Geneva, Switzerland and Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Amanat will be working in Geneva and Cox's Bazar over the summer. She will be performing monitoring and evaluation activities and research on voluntary...

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Cici Coquillette

Cici Coquillette

Rise Up, Oakland, USA

Cici worked with Rise Up to evaluate and advance cutting-edge innovations in the sexual and reproductive health and rights movement. Rise Up invests in young leaders in Southeast Asia, Africa, and the southern United States pursuing innovative projects related to sexual and reproductive health and rights. Cici worked with Youth Champions and other key stakeholders to assess the impact of these projects.... Read more about Cici Coquillette

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Alex Earle

MS, Global Health & Population 2018
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and Addis Ababa University
Ethiopia
Last summer Alex was traveling to Ethiopia to research best practices for homebirth notification and identification systems in Oromia, where there is a high... Read more about Alex Earle
Yvette Efevbera

Yvette Efevbera

Brigham and Women's Hospital Division of Global Health Equity, Guinea

As an intern with the Brigham and Women Hospital’s (BWH) Division of Global Health Equity, Yvette Efevbera, M.Sc., conducted independent research under Division Chief Dr. Paul E. Farmer on understanding problems affecting young women in Guinea following the 2014-15 Ebola crisis. Findings support her ongoing dissertation research, which quantitatively and qualitatively assesses how girl child marriage affects the health, development, and well-being of women and their children, and will be shared with BWH affiliates and the Office of the President to strengthen health systems activities following the Ebola epidemic.... Read more about Yvette Efevbera