Brandon Hill '23

Global Health, Student Assistant

Brandon Hill is a '23 from Mercer Island, WA. At Dartmouth, Brandon studies biology with a concentration in epidemiology alongside minors in global health and French. Brandon was introduced to the Dickey Center through his experience as a Great Issues Scholar during his freshman year. In the Spring of 2020, he began interning for the Dickey Center, contributing to public health research on topics including best practices for COVID-19 pandemic response, student perspectives on COVID-19 regulations to inform the Dartmouth COVID-19 Task Force, and successes and struggles of rural community health workers during the pandemic. Brandon began working with the Dickey Center's Global Health Fellows program in Fall 2020; he is excited to return to the program this year to find new ways for fellows to practically engage with global public health topics alongside the year's lecture series. 
Brandon spent the Fall of 2021 researching best practices for implementation of rural, hospital-based community health worker programs through an internship with the Public Health Council of the Upper Valley funded by the Dartmouth Center for Social Impact.
In his free time, Brandon enjoys baking, playing trombone in Dartmouth's marching band, and writing for the Dartmouth Jack-o-Lantern.


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