Namrata Ramakrishna

Human Development Initiative, Student Intern

Namrata Ramakrishna ’20 is from Stamford, CT. At Dartmouth she plans to pursue a major in Anthropology modified with Global Health. Academically, Namrata wants to focus on medical anthropology and health economics within the urban setting. On campus she is also an Undergraduate Advisor (UGA) for the Global Village Great Issues Scholars in Residence community, a GIS Mentor, a Global Health Fellow, GlobalHealth University Coordinator for GlobeMed, and a tertiary in Dartmouth EMS. Namrata has worked as a Research Fellow and Publicity Assistant for Diana Ayton-Shenker’s book New Global Agenda. After graduation, Namrata would love to pursue a role that works toward meaningful change within the urban public health landscape.

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