Dear Prospective Delegates and Esteemed Colleagues,
Dude 1 & Dude 2
Co-Directors, AMWHO UGA
Autumn Nobles is a junior at the University of Georgia majoring in Anthropology. Autumn is the current Co-President and Co-Founder of the AMWHO UGA Chapter. Autumn aspires to be an anesthesiologist, and she became interested in AMWHO after realizing she would like to work at the intersection between medicine and health policy. During her free time, Autumn enjoys reading and hiking.
Dhairya Shukla is a 3rd Year at the University of Georgia participating in a dual-degree program with a B.A in Genetics and a M.P.H in Health Policy and Management. Dhairya is current Co-President and Co-Founder of the AMWHO UGA Chapter. He aims for a career as a physician-policymaker working directly with patients while still engaging in research and implementation of large-scale prevention measures. In his free time, Dhairya enjoys traveling, exercising, and photography.
Neha Madangarli serves as one of the co-directors for the Southeast Regional AMWHO Conference. As a fourth year pre-med student, Neha looks forward to graduating this May with a major in biology and psychology as well as a minor in Spanish. Neha hopes to attend medical school after her undergraduate career and enjoys dancing and writing short stories during her free time.
Kaia Alexander is a junior at the University of Georgia studying Human Development with a minor in Anthropology and Global Health. Kaia hopes to eventually attend law school and work with health policy. Along with being a member of the executive board for American Mock World Health Organization as a co director in charge of planning various conferences kaia is also a member of Delta Gamma and an intern for Teach For America. Kaia has enjoyed learning more about world health issues through Amwho and having the opportunity to meet new people and discuss hot health topics at conferences.
Mira is currently a second-year student at the University of Georgia majoring in Biology and Psychology with a Pre-Dental emphasis. As a graphic designer, Mira has enjoyed spreading UGA AMWHO chapter through her creative abilities. She aspires to get more individuals to learn about public health policies and AMWHO. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, painting, photography, and traveling.
Varad is a 3rd year at The University of Georgia. As an double major in English and International Affair, he has a dual focus on communications and politics. He helps run and write simulations for AMWHO UGA and has also competed as a country representative at the National Conference for the last two year! For Varad, the best part about AMWHO is the ability to foster a dialogue on global health while also spreading knowledge about the procedural advantages of parliamentary procedure and argumentative style.
Chief of Staff
Reeya is a senior at UGA majoring in Social Work and minoring in Global Health. She serves as the Chief of Staff for AMWHO UGA. After graduating, Reeya plans to attend graduate school to obtain a Masters in Social Work and then go on to obtain her clinical license to be able to contract with the military, specifically for the mental health field. With this position in AMWHO, Reeya hopes to encourage dialogue about all health related issues and policies that can go into fixing them. In her free time, Reeya enjoys reading, volunteering, and discovering new places.
Hannah is a third year student at the University of Georgia, majoring in Anthropology and Plant Biology, with a certificate in Global Health. After graduation she plans on pursuing a Master's in Public Health and PHD in Medical Anthropology, with a research focus on the health impacts of food and agricultural systems in marginalized populations. Hannah serves as the Community Service and Advocacy Chair for AMWHO, to benefit our local community while studying our global community. In her free time, Hannah enjoys volunteering, gardening, and trying new recipes in the kitchen.
Erick is a fourth year at the University of Georgia studying biology and psychology with a minor in the French language. Currently, he devotes a large portion of his time to engaging in vaccine research in the Center for Vaccines and Immunology at UGA. He hopes to continue his studies by pursuing his M.S. in Comparative Biomedical Sciences with a concentration in Infectious Diseases. Afterwards, he plans to attend medical school with the intent of becoming a pediatrician. "Serving underrepresented demographics is where I want to lend my skill set towards. Kids get the front of that kind of marginalization. I want to change that." Outside of school, Erick satisfies his avid interest in podcasts, memoirs, environmental community service, and avocado dishes. He also frequents local Athens cafés and pubs in his downtime.