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2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13- 15, 2015 // LI Essentials

What to Wear

Smart Casual Attire http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/


Smart_casual
Take a fashion hint from these two >>

!*Note: Evanston can be unpredictable and rainy, so check


the weather and dont forget to pack a rain jacket!

What to Bring // Preparation

Be sure to bring:
Re-usable water bottle (love the earth)
Snacks on snacks on snacks
Notebook & pens/pencils (well give you a folder with relevant Leadership Institute materials)
A bit of cash - there will be a few meals on your own throughout the weekend
*Note: Please email brittany@globemed.org ASAP if this will be nancially dicult for you
Your A++ game
Preparation:
Make sure to complete all of the pre-readings, found on pages 6-12 of this packet

When You Arrive // Registration


*All delegates will be staying at the Best Western University Plaza in Evanston (1501 Sherman Ave)
Arriving in Evanston before 1:00 PM
Hang out at a coee shop or grab some food - registration begins at 1:00 PM

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Arriving in Evanston between 1:00 PM - 5:45 PM


Check in and pick up your registration materials on the Mezzanine level of the Best
Western
Arriving in Evanston between 5:45 PM - 6:30 PM
Check into your room at the front desk of the Best Western and join us for opening
dinner at the Womens Club of Evanston (see map) - you may pick up your registration
materials after dinner
Arriving in Evanston between 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Come straight to the Womens Club of Evanston with your luggage to join us for opening
dinner - you may pick up your registration materials after dinner and will check into your room
afterwards
Arriving in Evanston after 9:00 PM
Go to the Best Western & check into your room at the front desk - you may pick up your
registration materials on Friday morning in Fisk Hall, 217

!*Note: Opening dinner will begin at 6:30 PM at the Womans Club of Evanston

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2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Directions to Evanston

Directions from OHare & Midway Airports to the Best Western (Evanston, IL)
FROM OHARE:
Option 1: Call a Taxi (fare: approximately $30- $40 Approx. 40 min)
Northshore Cab: (847) 864 7500
American Taxi: (847) 673-1000cheapest at rate
303 Taxi: (847) 303-0303
Or hail a cab at the airport (likely to be more expensive)
Option 2: Take the Pace Bus (departs OHare every 20-30 minutes. Fare: $1.75 Approx. 1 hour)
1. Follow signs (or ask for directions) to bus stop for PACE BUS 250 (Kiss n Fly Terminal 5)
The PACE BUS 250 is sometimes hard to nd - ask for directions if you need to
2. Take PACE BUS 250 to Davis St. CTA Station in Evanston, IL
3. Head south on Benson Ave toward Davis St
4. Turn left at Davis St
5. Turn right at Sherman Ave
6. The Best Western will be on your right at 1501 Sherman Ave
*For more details, see http://www.pacebus.com/sub/schedules/route_detail.asp?RouteNo=250
Option 3: Take the CTA L (Fare: $5 Approx. 2 hrs)
**Taking the L from OHare to Evanston will take around 2 hours - the Pace Bus is your best option**
1. Take the CTA Blue Line train from the OHare station to Jackson Street in Chicagos Loop
2. Walk through the pedestrian tunnel to the Jackson Street Red Line.
3. Take the Red Line north to Howard
4. From the Howard stop, transfer to the Purple Line north towards Linden and get o at the Davis Street
stop in Evanston
5. See Option 2, steps 2-5 to arrive at the Best Western
*For Train Schedules, see http://www.transitchicago.com/maps/rail/rail.html or download the CTA Tracker app

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FROM MIDWAY:
!Option 1: Call a Taxi (Fare: $40.00 - $50.00 Approx. 1 hr)
Same companies as from OHare section

Option 2: Take the CTA L Train (Fare: $2.25 Approx. 2 hrs)


For Train Schedules, see http://www.transitchicago.com/maps/rail/rail.html

1.
2.
3.
4.

Follow signs out of airport to the Orange Line Midway L Stop


Take the CTA Orange Line to the Roosevelt stop in Chicago
Follow signs at the Roosevelt station to take the Red Line north towards Howard
From the Howard stop, transfer to the the Purple Line north towards Linden and get o at the Davis
Street stop in Evanston
5. See Option 2 (from OHare), lines 3-5 for directions from the Davis St. CTA station to the Best Western.

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2015 Leadership Institute


Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Dining Options in Evanston

Restaurants

Cafes // Coffee Shops

FlatTop Grill // 707 Church St

Unicorn Cafe //1723 Sherman Ave

847-570-0100

847-332-2312

Chipotle // 711 Church St

Kafein // 1621 Chicago Ave

847-425-3959

847-491-1621

Sashimi Sashimi // 640 Church St

Starbucks // 1724 Sherman Ave

847-475-7274

847-492-0490

Panera Bread // 1700 Sherman Ave

Patisserie Coralie // 600 Davis St

847-733-8356

847-905-0491

Potbellys // 603 Davis St

La Macchina Cafe // 1620 Orrington


Ave

847-328-1800
Blaze Pizza // 1737 Sherman Ave
847-864-1997

847-425-1080
Globe Cafe & Bar // 1710 Orrington
Ave
847-866-8700

Clarkes // 720 Clark St

Peets Coee // 1622 Chicago Ave

847-864-1610

847-864-8413

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2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Map of Evanston

The Lakell

The Womens Club of Evanston -

University Hall - 1897 Sheridan Rd


Fisk Hall - 1845 Sheridan Rd
GlobeMed National Oce - 601

1702 Chicago Ave


Davis L Train Station - 1612 Benson
Ave
Best Western - 1501 Sherman Ave

University Pl

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2015
Leadership
Institute
April 3 - 5, 2014 // Summit Pre-Reading 1
Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Contact Info

National Office Staff Contacts

Caroline Nguyen, Program Director


Communications Inquiries
caroline@globemed.org
415-335-8347

Rosalind Dillon, Program Director


Emergencies & General Inquiries
rosalind@globemed.org
970-216-0913

Brittany Zelch, Chapter Support Associate


Co-President & General Inquiries
brittany@globemed.org
561-886-8849

Alexis Barnes, Director of Learning and Training


ghU Inquiries
alexis@globemed.org
773-558-8663

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2015
Leadership
Institute
April 3 - 5, 2014 // Summit Pre-Reading 1
Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Pre-Reading

Uniting Grassroots Changemakers


By Alyssa Smaldino | GlobeMed Interim Executive Director | May 27, 2015 | View Full Article

Dear Friends of GlobeMed,

!Nine years ago, a Northwestern University student named Victor Roy traveled to Ghana to visit a health

clinic that he and his fellow students had been supporting with medical supplies. When he arrived, he found
an empty building. He asked Joseph, the community leader, why didnt you tell us that you didnt want or
need a health clinic?

!Joseph responded: Victor, we are African. We listen to our donors.


!Shortly after this encounter, Victor went on to found GlobeMed, which seeks to overcome this power

dynamic by uniting young global health leaders with grassroots changemakers who are already impacting
the health of their communities. Through our long-term partnerships, local organizations gain resources,
power, and relationships, while students interested in global health gain experience, skills, and mentorship.
Together, our students and partners seek to change the way change happens.

!GlobeMed has been our longest and one of our strongest partners. Theyve been there for us, and theyve
been very stable.
Francis Kyakulaga, Board Member, Uganda Development and Health Associates

!Last year at GlobeMeds second annual Partner Forum, we asked our grassroots partners what changing the
way change happens means to them. They told us it means global health practitioners valuing community
needs and voices. It is global health relationships that have mutual respect, trust, and accountability at their
core. Changing the way change happens means allocating resources and power equitably and inclusively
across the globe.

!Last week, we brought our grassroots partners together again for the third Partner Forum. Together, we

explored how our partnerships can continue to thrive and inuence the eld of global health while the eld
itself changes and evolves in the Post-2015 Agenda. We explored the concepts required to develop thriving
organizations, including the ability for an organization to foster an inclusive environment, the ability for an
organization to capture and share its stories of impact, and the ability for an organization to articulate its
purpose and engage supporters who look to them for guidance on how to best make change.

!In collaboration with our grassroots partners, GlobeMed learns what it means to cultivate leaders for global
health, and with your support, we put our learnings into action. Together, our network will change the way
change happens, and in doing so, change the world.

!Thank you for your ongoing love and support. We hope to introduce you to our partners, students, and
alumni in the future and look forward to your continued feedback and guidance.

!With gratitude,
!Alyssa Smaldino

GlobeMed | 601 University Pl | Evanston, IL 60208 | www.globemed.org | info@globemed.org | 847-786-5716

2015
Leadership
Institute
April 3 - 5, 2014 // Summit Pre-Reading 1
Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Pre-Reading

Curriculum for White Americans to Educate Themselves on Race and Racism- from
Ferguson to Charleston
Jon Greenberg | July 10, 2015 | View Full Article and Resource List

When teaching about race and racism, I invite participants to consider the following analogy: Think of
racism as a gigantic societal-sized boot.
Which groups do you think are ghting the hardest against this boot of racism? I ask them. Invariably,
participants of diverse races answer that those ghting hardest to avoid getting squashed by the boot
are people of Color. (Keep in mind that I dont ask this question on day one of our study of race. Rather,
participants come to this conclusion after exploring the concept of White privilege and studying the
history of race and racism in the United States through multiple sources and perspectives.)
If thats true, I continue, then who do you think is wearing the boot? The participants answer
(though it often only reluctantly hits the air): White people.
If thats true, then whose responsibility is it to stop the boot from squashing them? The people of Color
already pushing upward and resisting the boot? Or the people wearing the bootconsciously or not
who contribute to a system that pushes downward?
Everyone has a role in ending racism, but the analogy shows how little sense it makes for only those
facing the heel-end of oppression to do all the work. Its time for White America to take on a far bigger
role in taking o the boot.
There are no doubt complexities that come with White Americans working for racial justice. White
privilege can lead to a chronic case of undiagnosed entitlement, creating poor listeners, impatient
speakers who talk over others, and people unaccustomed to taking orders. Nevertheless, the
movement for racial justice needs more White Americans to get involved. And its our responsibility to
help each other get involvedand get involved productively.
I compiled this list to help White Americans do so. One positive to emerge from these dicult times is
the wealth of resources now available for White Americans. Never have I seen so many ideas, options,
and concrete steps to take action against racism. And we are making progress: Looks Like White
Americans Are Finally Starting to Come Around on Race and Policing. A few police ocers are even
being held accountablenallyfor their devastating decisions.
But so much work remains.

Click here to view the full article and list of resources.

GlobeMed | 601 University Pl | Evanston, IL 60208 | www.globemed.org | info@globemed.org | 847-786-5716

WHY: Globemeds Golden Circle

How Great Leaders Inspire Action - (Ted Talk, 18 mins)


Simon Sinek | September 2009 | Watch Ted Talk

who

57 universities and
grassroots
organizations

what

Chapter Partnership

how

where
3 continents
18 countries
1 global network

Core Leadership Practices

why

History, Truths &


Anti Oppression
Statement

GlobeMeds Golden Circle is how we organize our core tools to reect our most important goals this
weekend and throughout the year we will use it as our guiding framework. Keeping the WHY at the center as
the most essential knowledge to inform all chapter actions start there with yourself, other sta, advisors
anyone who wants to know. All the associated documents can be found on the interactive online Golden Circle,
accessed by logging on to globemednetwork.org, password: globemed.

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Why: 10 things we know to be true

Every human life has equal worth. Health is a human right and a matter of
social justice.

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Together, poverty and disease form a vicious cycle: People become


sick because they are poor and poor because they are sick.
The more power and privilege a person has, the more likely they are to be
healthy. Across the world, power and privilege are distributed by manmade
systems that elevate certain groups of people while oppressing others.
Because these systems are manmade, they can be changed by the actions of
people. Humanity can choose how we share the resources of our nite planet.

Poverty of means is not poverty of ability. Intelligence, talent, and leadership


capacity are equally distributed around the world. Opportunities and
resources are not.

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There are local changemakers in every corner of the world who see the potential
of their own communities and are already working to unleash it.
The best way to achieve lasting change is to shift power and resources to local
changemakers so that they can lead the transformation of their own
communities.
There are young people everywhere who refuse to accept the worlds
massive disparities in health and feel a powerful responsibility to act.

Throughout history, transformational change has happened when people


from all walks of life have united in partnership and solidarity to ght for equity
and justice.

We can realize health for all, if we work together.

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Why + who: Anti-Oppression Statement


Whether at home or abroad, people most aected by inequity are often excluded from
decision-making that determines their health. GlobeMed believes that oppressed people must
be at the forefront of the movement to realize health for all. To achieve this vision, we must
actively identify and dismantle systems of oppression that disempower people and weaken
our ability to drive change together.

WHAT IS OPPRESSION?

Oppression occurs when economic, political, legal, and social systems


take power from one group while concentrating it in another- based on
factors like ability, age, country of origin, ethnicity, gender, gender
identity, immigration status, mental health, race, religion, sexual
orientation, and/or socioeconomic class.

OUR COMMITMENT

Oppression is your
health & wellness
being determined
by who you are
and where
you call home.

GlobeMed commits to anti-oppression, the practice of identifying and


dismantling systems of power, through all aspects of our work. The following
anti-oppression commitments act as a guiding set of beliefs, values, and practices for our
organization:

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EXAMINING PRIVILEGE: Examining the privileges we have as an organization and using


them to shift power to oppressed groups whenever we can.
UNDERSTANDING OPPRESSION: Developing among students, sta, and partners an
understanding of how oppression operates globally, domestically, within the global health
eld, and within our organization through our curriculum and proactive training.
AMPLIFYING VOICES: Listening to, amplifying, and incorporating the voices of
marginalized peoples and communities into our decision making.
INCREASING ACCESS: Increasing access to GlobeMed for a greater variety of
undergraduate institutions that exist within the U.S. higher education system.
REDUCING BARRIERS: Reducing among Board, sta, partners, and students barriers to
participation in the network related to socio-economic status, ability, and other factors.
CULTIVATING INCLUSION: Cultivating chapters that welcome and reect the diversity of
students on their campuses.
DEVELOPING DIVERSITY: Developing a sta & Board of Directors who reect the
diversity of our network.

!GlobeMed commits to embodying these values through our actions. Anti-oppression is life-long

work that requires ongoing commitment from individuals and institutions. Therefore, this is a living
document to be revised as our understanding of anti-oppression and its role in the movement for
health equity evolves.

GlobeMed | 601 University Pl | Evanston, IL 60208 | www.globemed.org | info@globemed.org | 847-786-5716

How: Core Leadership Practices


In a world of constant change, these practices communicate a compass which
GlobeMedders can use to approach problem solving and exhibit community driven
leadership in all situations.

cultivate wisdom, we approach ourselves,


dig deep To
our communities and the world with
openness and curiosity.

all people and situations, we see the


see possibility Inability
to learn, connect, grow and contribute
to positive change.

accompany each other, cultivating a


grow together We
global community that inspires, challenges,
and sustains us.

put mission in front of ego and fear,


be bold We
doing what it takes to make the change the
world needs.

keep our promises and act with the


follow through We
highest levels of integrity and accountability.

let ourselves be known, remaining


stay authentic We
grounded and humble even as we aim for
the boldest vision.

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What: Chapter Mechanism


Using these three core goals of a GlobeMed Chapter, you can align priorities and structure sta
teams. The collective sta will approach dierent events and opportunities looking through
these dierent lenses, keeping in mind the specic goals of the program they are plugged-in to.

The Co-Presidents then play an important part maintaining and the internal operations
(feedback, management) and helping to cast out an innovative vision, with guidance from their
university faculty advisor, National Oce chapter advisor and partner contact.

Strengthen Relationships
GROW coordinator
Community Building

Discern & Advocate


globalhealthU
Communications

Mobilize Resources
Campaigns
Finances

Money designed by Iain Hector, Speech Bubble designed by Draftsman, &


Group designed by Meaghan Hendricks, all from the thenounproject.com

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2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Hotel Rooming List

Room #

First Name

Last Name

Email

Phone

School

Imani

Marshall

imarshall16@amherst.edu

7736839671

Amherst College

Keelin

Moehl

keelinmoehl@gmail.com

5414808908

Amherst College

Sophia

McGovern

somcgove@asu.edu

6025786743

Arizona State University

Ayanna

Grith

gribw@bc.edu

8576369018

Boston College

Olivia

Recabo

olivia_recabo@brown.edu

9149600227

Brown University

Rebecca

Forman

rebecca_forman@brown.edu

6177551545

Brown University

Christina

Amutah

c.amutah@gmail.com

2154785358

Howard University

Carolyn

Haney

carhaney@indiana.edu

3176106525

Indiana University

Jayati

Verma

jv2488@columbia.edu

6099688944

Columbia University

Kara

Beckman

cornell@globemed.org

4848882172

Cornell University

Garima

Bhandari

garima.bhandari@colorado.edu

7202349570

CU-Boulder

Ramya

Palaniappan

rspurple6994@gmail.com

7205197557

CU-Boulder

Catalina

Villegas

catalina.villegas@duke.edu

3052987778

Duke University

Christina

Schmidt

c.schmidt.nw@gmail.com

5037034953

Duke University

Madeleine

Duncan

madeleine.g.duncan@lawrence.
edu

4068391890

Lawrence University

Tiany

Nguyen

tnguye14@eagles.nccu.edu

9198093938

North Carolina Central


University

grace

backe

gbacke@middlebury.edu

2035215967

Middlebury College

Hannah

Geldermann

hgeldermann@middlebury.edu

8479137854

Middlebury College

Alexa

Wolfe

moorchild13@gmail.com

2084299641

Rhodes College

Connie

Appiah

cappiah@scmail.spelman.edu

7204769508

Spelman College

Julia

Heyman

julesheyman@gmail.com

7604732750

MIT

Kristen

Finney

knney@mit.edu

2489309946

MIT

Mee Hye

Smith

meehyesmith@gmail.com

6107551986

Penn State University

Maggie

Campbell

mrc2864@truman.edu

6609881449

Truman State University

Emily

Miller

emilymiller012@gmail.com

6177713578

Tufts University

Morgan

Jordan

morganjordan6@gmail.com

2032734193

Tufts University

Linda

Venturato

linda.venturato@gmail.com

5138460125

University of Cincinnati

Colleen

Turner

cturner6@nd.edu

2536704878

University of Notre Dame

2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Hotel Rooming List

Room #

First Name

Last Name

Email

Phone

School

Ayesha

Patil

ayesha.patil4@gmail.com

8019165692

UCLA

Naeha

Lakshmanan

naehal@ucla.edu

5104090032

UCLA

Andrea

Ayers

aayers@email.sc.edu

5072083660

University of South Carolina

Katherine

Venables

venabk@uw.edu

2062342130

University of Washington

Jaclyn

Paul

jtpaul@live.unc.edu

3216955023

UNC-Chapel Hill

Yushan

Wang

yushanw@live.unc.edu

8503201478

UNC-Chapel Hill

Chloe

Getrajdman

chloeg@sas.upenn.edu

6466780192

University of Pennsylvania

Tanya

Datta

tanyada@sas.upenn.edu

5166592602

University of Pennsylvania

10

Ann

Davis

akdavis2010@live.com

3614259609

UT-Austin

10

Ciara

Redmond

ciara.redmond@utexas.edu

8324623093

UT-Austin

10

Lisle

Coleman

lcolema4@u.rochester.edu

5853569592

University of Rochester

10

Kimberly

Salazar

ksalazar.2094@gmail.com

7086638130

Loyola University Chicago

11

Andi

Tauer

abt65534@bethel.edu

9524655058

Bethel University

11

Teresa

Murray

tem83937@bethel.edu

6303632317

Bethel University

11

Kavina

Patel

kavina.patel@yahoo.com

5129683286

UT - San Antonio

11

Lydia

Stump

lydiastump@gmail.com

4198894390

Washington University in St.


Louis

12

Desi

Hartman

desihartman93@gmail.com

9526933094

Colorado College

12

Eileen

Saunders

esaunders20@gmail.com

6146073232

Colorado College

12

Chanel

Campbell

chcam8@morgan.edu

2404163284

Morgan State University

12

Andrea

Mirabal

amira055@u.edu

7543683271

Florida International University

13

Indira

Malladi

indiramalladi23@gmail.com

9084215510

Rutgers University

13

Alma

Arellano

aarella5@stedwards.edu

9563268267

St. Edward's University

13

Sasicha

Manupipatpong

manupipatpong.sasicha@gmail.com

4049982453

Emory University

13

Yeji

Park

yejipark3@gmail.com

4786369632

Emory University

14

Nicole

Conrad

nc538@georgetown.edu

2019957175

Georgetown University

14

Dianna

Abreu

Dja52@georgetown.edu

9174985032

Georgetown University

14

Alyssa

Morales

amorale9@stedwards.edu

8178216575

St. Edward's University

14

Luana

Chaires

lchaire@stedwards.edu

9564544854

St. Edward's University

2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Hotel Rooming List

Room #

First Name

Last Name

Email

Phone

School

15

Jaesun

Lee

jl5zt@virginia.edu

7032326734

University of Virginia

15

Claudette

Wesley

wesleyclaudette@hotmail.com

6179106451

Morgan State University

15

Breanah

Wright

bwrig029@u.edu

9045769894

Florida International University

15

Srujana

Yadlapalli

sy8xw@virginia.edu

7034835998

University of Virginia

16

Meera

Doshi

meera1795@gmail.com

4803360733

Arizona State University

16

Cindy

Turner

c-turner@bethel.edu

5076961813

Bethel University

16

Abigail

Tatter

abbytatter@gmail.com

3365759924

Boston College

17

Trip

Eggert

gpe2103@barnard.edu

6034184280

Columbia University

17

Madeline

Maersk-Moller

mem486@cornell.edu

3038342531

Cornell University

17

Samantha

Webster

samantha.webster@colorado.edu

7209382817

CU-Boulder

17

Surya

Veerabgu

suryaveerabagu@gmail.com

8643674402

Duke University

18

Helen

Li

yli2333@emory.edu

4255031061

Emory University

18

Kaya

Run

karu@emory.edu

4782445414

Emory University

18

Patricia

Medina

pmedi015@u.edu

9544831539

Florida International University

18

Hannah

Blackburn

hblackburn@middlebury.edu

9199320885

Middlebury College

19

Penny

Hung

ph521@georgetown.edu

9738189888

Georgetown University

19

Stephanie

Estevez

se371@georgetown.edu

3476471741

Georgetown University

19

Sarah

Jenkins

jenkisaw@umail.iu.edu

2146860346

Indiana University

19

Kajal

Chokshi

kajalchokshi39@gmail.com

2244060177

Loyola University Chicago

20

Madeline

Jenkins

madelinehjenkins@gmail.com

9787939033

MIT

20

Rafa

Rahman

rahmanr@mit.edu

5712684329

MIT

20

Magdalena

Pankowska

mapankowska1@gmail.com

2013215375

Northeastern University

20

Soa

Secchi

sbs5262@psu.edu

2674324818

Penn State University

21

Alexis

Smith

alexisnsmith94@gmail.com

6154999990

Rhodes College

21

Hannah

Conner

hlc1638@truman.edu

8165369719

Truman State University

21

Katherine

Andrews

kea2185@gmail.com

5736317108

Truman State University

21

Kathryn

Fosbenner

kathryn.fosbenner@tufts.edu

4843565280

Tufts University

2015 Leadership Institute

Aug. 13 - 15, 2015 // Hotel Rooming List

Room #

First Name

Last Name

Email

Phone

School

22

Abigail

Brockman

abrockman@uchicago.edu

5744857748

University of Chicago

22

Allyson

Malecha

allymalecha@gmail.com

3035704636

University of Denver

22

Ana

Reyes

amrey@umich.edu

3057760787

University of Michigan

22

Regina

Onishchenko

regoni@umich.edu

2484941270

University of Michigan

23

Jennifer

Wojtowicz

jwojtowi@nd.edu

9084776573

University of Notre Dame

23

Natasha

Galperin

galperinnl@hotmail.com

8475713154

University of Pennsylvania

23

Martha

Ryan

marthary@usc.edu

5155209865

23

Tessa

Meurer

tmeurer@usc.edu

2623661592

24

Alexa

Liedke

aal2pr@virginia.edu

5402474865

University of Virginia

24

Shyamolee

Desai

skdesai@wustl.edu

3233506142

Washington University in St.


Louis

24

Fatema

Shaq

fatemashaq@live.com

2487739864

Wayne State University

24

Prisca

Abraham

fp2007@wayne.edu

2486759828

Wayne State University

25

Tze

Teo

ttzeern@gmail.com

3127306735

University of Chicago

25

Dylan

Sexton

sextondl@mail.uc.edu

5672086074

University of Cincinnati

25

Ryan

Carson

denver@globemed.org

7202906681

University of Denver

25

Sunny

Khatter

neil.khatter@hotmail.com

3035824735

University of Denver

26

Mahir

Khan

mkhan18@u.rochester.edu

4083137195

University of Rochester

26

Vivek

Viswanath

vviswana@u.rochester.edu

4082203521

University of Rochester

26

Murtaza

Hussain

wsu@globemed.org

2487622194

Wayne State University

26

Sabari

Surendran

wsu@globemed.org

2488354375

Wayne State University

27

Quincy

Smith

quincy.smith@morehouse.edu

2162393949

Morehouse College

27

Malcolm

Edwards

malcolm.edwards@morehouse.edu

6786999126

Morehouse College

27

Jorge

Rivas

jarivas@mail.sfsu.edu

2096024138

San Francisco State University

28

Eric

Bethea

SouthCarolina@globemed.org

4042344490

University of South Carolina

28

Tyler

Muehl

tylermuehl4@gmail.com

8037678075

University of South Carolina

28

Omar

Hernandez

omarhernandez.RCP@gmail.com

7732309937

Wilbur Wright College

28

Farhan

Ahmad

ahmadfrx@gmail.com

2149579332

UT - San Antonio

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Last Name

Email

Phone

School

29

Justin

Eagan

jeagan@indiana.edu

7654144936

Indiana University

29

Joshua

Escalante

jescalante1@luc.edu

8477495096

Loyola University Chicago

29

Dillon

Strepay

dstrepay@eagles.nccu.edu

9199315434

North Carolina Central


University

29

Christopher

Lin

lin.chr@husky.neu.edu

3474000513

Northeastern University

30

Harris

Short

rhodes@globemed.org

3365924803

Rhodes College

30

Kevin

Xie

kevinxie314@gmail.com

9732706428

Rutgers University

30

Ian

McSalley

irm6762@truman.edu

6365758312

Truman State University

31

Sam

Jordan

jorsd-17@rhodes.edu

8125985353

Rhodes College

31

Greg

Zhang

gregz8@gmail.com

6172999654

Tufts University

31

Chen

Shen

cs829@cornell.edu

9143560990

Cornell University

31

Neil

Sullivan

neil.r.sullivan@gmail.com

9193231670

UNC-Chapel Hill

32

Mohamed

Elzarka

elzarkmd@mail.uc.edu

5133725592

University of Cincinnati

32

Michael

Bagg

michaelbbagg@gmail.com

9154223487

University of Denver

32

Luke

Maillie

lmaillie@nd.edu

7175980473

University of Notre Dame

32

Sricharan

Navuluri

sricharan.navuluri@gmail.com

9728977777

UT-Austin

33

Jaipal

Singh

jaipals@live.com

2489430200

Wayne State University

33

Dakarai

Chisolm

dachi5@morgan.edu

3019741953

Morgan State University

33

Tommaso

Bulfone

tommaso.bulfone@gmail.com

6509245367

UCLA

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