Nchedochukwu Ezeokoli

Education: MPH student in Global Health, with a focus in Community Health and Development from Emory University Rollins School of Public Health; B.S. in Science, Technology, and Society, with a focus in Life Sciences and Health, and a minor in African studies, Stanford University

Recent projects include: Millennial Action Project and MIT CoLab

Personal interests include: Community engagement/building, performing arts & music, DIY projects, non-western healing modalities, interior design, world cultures and food, poetry & writing

Nchedo is pursing a Master of Public Health degree in Global Health at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health with a focus on community health and development. She has experience in community-based participatory research, data analysis, survey design, strategic planning, and project management. Nchedo currently works as a consultant for the Food Fortification Initiative, leading the data collection and analysis process and working to update FFI’s Africa Fortification strategy. Last summer, she interned for the Nigeria World Health Organization office, where she lead the revision and digitization of a survey tool directed at improving management and leadership of mid-level primary healthcare managers. She has conducted research and completed internships in public health, workforce development, and best management practices. Her current interests are in social justice/impact, development, women’s health, and health systems.