Who We Are
Randall Kuhn is Director of the Global Health Affairs Program at the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies. A demographer and sociologist by training, he conducted his first demographic analysis at age 8, projecting the population of the 100 largest cities in the US from 1980 to 2030. More recently, he has studied health policies and their long-term consequences for societal change.
Brittany recently graduated from the University of Denver’s Josef Korbel School of International Studies with an MA in International Development and a certificate in Global Health Affairs. She has worked for several years in Ethiopia on education and health projects, and recently conducted field research on inclusive education for children with disabilities in Ethiopia’s Tigray region. This Fall, Brittany will be starting her PhD studies in Sociocultural Anthropology with a concentration in Medical Anthropology as a Coverdell Fellow at the University of Arizona. Brittany’s research interests include disability, stigma, mental health, and culturally appropriate health care.
Paul is currently completing his MA in International Development with a Global Health Affairs certificate at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies. As a 2015-16 Boren Fellow, he will soon be relocating to Tanzania to continue his study of Kiswahili and to conduct research into population data collection and access to medicines. His interests in international development and global health include access to medicines, HIV/AIDS, mental health, and the phenomenon of violent extremism (looking at you, al-Shabaab). This is his first revolution.
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