Sally Pope is a recently graduated student from the New York University Masters in Public Health Program with a concentration in Community and International Health. She received a B.A. from the University of Florida where she majored in History and minored in Anthropology. Sally has worked in public health internationally with Naturopathic Medicine for Global Health in Guatemala and the Gender, Health & Justice Research Unit at the University of Cape Town in South Africa. She has also taken grad school coursework in Mexico to study immigration and in South Africa where she studied the health impacts in a post-apartheid country. Domestically, she has interned at the United Nations Population Fund working on the rights on indigenous peoples and was a research intern at an NYU research center on HIV/ AIDS among young New York City men who have sex with men. While in grad school, Sally was the president of two public health student clubs and was an active member in NYU’s human trafficking group. Sally has skills in qualitative and quantitative data research and analysis, needs assessment, asset mapping, and program design and evaluation. Her interests lie in human rights, gender inequality and the health of vulnerable and displaced populations. As an SISGI Group Program and Research Intern, her work focused on refugees, women’s health issues globally and global environmental health issues.
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