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Walden Magazine // Jan 01, 2015

One Degree, Many Careers: Master of Public Health (MPH)

See the diverse mix of careers held by graduates who all completed the same degree program.

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Adenike Alaga ’14
RN, SUPERVISOR CARE MANAGEMENT
PruittHealth
Norcross, Georgia

Audrey Bergin ’14
MANAGER, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PROGRAM
Northwest Hospital
Kenosha, Wisconsin

Cyprian Ndonwie Foba ’14
CONSULTANT OBSTETRICIAN/GYNECOLOGIST (INTERNATIONAL VOLUNTEER)
United Nations Development Programme/United Nations Volunteers
Zomba, Malawi

Ruba Kawafha ’14
REGIONAL COMMUNICATION OFFICER (SYRIA CRISIS)
United Nations Population Fund Jordan
Amman, Jordan

Church Tophill ’14
FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
African Health Development
Geneva, Maryland

Ernestina Yirkyio ’14
NUTRITION OFFICER
Tamale Teaching Hospital
Tamale, Ghana

Annisa White ’13
ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST
C-K Associates
Houston, Texas

Patricia E. Parsons ’12
HIV PREVENTION MANAGER
Mercy Care
Atlanta, Georgia

Amanda Robison-Chadwell ’11
EPIDEMIOLOGIST AND PHEP MANAGER
Ector County Health Department
Odessa, Texas

Selim Khan ’10
COORDINATOR, HEAD OF OFFICE
World Health Organization
Nyala, Sudan

Sharon Page ’09
RN III, NEWBORN SCREENING PROGRAM
Texas Department of State Health Services
Austin, Texas

Gwendolyn Battiste ’08
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
Tennessee State University
Nashville, Tennessee

Kenneth Onye ’10
PROJECT MANAGER
World Bank ACE: African Center of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Disease (ACEGID) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa)
Mowe, Ogun State, Nigeria

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