The Global Public Health Action Network (GPHAN) is a student organization that has a UNIVERSITY-WIDE REACH, providing opportunities to build the skills and interests of the NYU Community in Global Public Health. Our projects will draw from various faculty and resource persons within and outside the NYU community to enhance involvement and sharpen skills of members.
GPHAN is open to both undergraduate and graduate students of NYU. If you want to learn more about how YOU CAN GET INVOLVED, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line – “getting involved”. For further information, please visit the GPHAN website at gphan.org.
· To be an action-oriented student organization that raises awareness and builds the capacity of global health communities within New York University and beyond through education, networking, mentoring and community service;
· To provide support, training, partnership and coordination for student activities that share our vision and values.
GPHAN works to link organizations in need of pro-bono expertise with skilled NYU students in need of practical experience and contacts. Our student base comes from NYU's Master of Public Health Program, where a majority of our members have advanced degrees prior to entering the program. Many of the organization's members are trained physicians, nurses, lawyers, dentists, teachers, or hold graduate degrees in the fields of Biological and Physical Sciences, Social Science and Humanities, and Business.
Education: Supporting Global MPH seminars and skills trainings
Networking: Participation in professional meetings & with other public health clubs within/outside NYU
Mentoring: To enhance the potentials of members in various specialties from our wide networks & affiliation with experienced and seasoned professionals
Community Service: Practical hands-on experience through workshops, volunteer services, and initiatives and/or projects with international/local community-based organizations
Information about upcoming events and more can be found on the GPHAN website.
Anshika Singh, President
Kimpreet Mann, Vice President
Neha Sharma, Secretary
Sidrah Malik, Treasurer
Sowmya Josyula, Communications
Mrudula Naidu, Project Coordinator
Megan McFarland, Editor-in-Chief
Piper Harrington, Community Outreach Coordinator
Alyce Osborne, Nutrition Outreach and Events Coordinator
Interested in become a First Year Representative for GPHAN? Come to the meeting on September 13th to learn more details about what's involved and how to apply.