Anjuli Dasika is a first year Master’s of Public Health student at the University of Michigan, studying Health Behavior and Health Education. Anjuli received her B.A. in International Development Studies, with minors in South Asian Studies and Public Health. She also worked for a global health organization that provides health education clinics to a community in Maclovio Rojas, Mexico.
Nick Reid is a second year Health Informatics student at the University of Michigan, where he focuses on how civic and community-based information systems can aid health-related decision making. Previously, Nick has developed games to promote adherence to HIV medication, created a data portal for hospitals in California, and fundraising campaigns for non-profits like Amnesty International and UNICEF.
Jackie Wolf is a second year Masters of Science in Information student at the University of Michigan, where she is specializing in Human Computer Interaction. Prior to starting her masters at the School of Information, Jackie worked as microbiologist for a large food safety laboratory and spent her time volunteering as a mentor for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training.