Liz CarrHi! I’m Liz and I am currently in my third year of pursuing a MSW with NYU’s Silver School of Social Work and a MPH with a concentration in Global Health with NYU’s School of Global Public Health. I graduated from Fordham University in 2019 with degrees in International Political Economy and Communications. After graduating, I spent a year in Seattle, Washington as an Americorps volunteer working at a non-profit providing education services to immigrant and refugee youth and their families, and have since worked in various contexts with youth in the community. I decided on NYU’s dual degree program because it recognized the deep interconnections between the two fields and prioritized taking an equitable, collaborative, and decolonial approach. Since joining the program, I am part of the Applied Global Public Health Initiative (AGPHI) assisting on a project that uses a systems thinking approach to better understand climate-related displacement and food insecurity in Southern Madagascar. I’m also in my second year of field work for social work assisting with medical research at Weill Cornell Medicine. Outside of the program, I love music, cooking, and am an aspiring beekeeper! Please reach out with any questions you have!
Luis Guillermo Gómez-Escobar
My name is Luis Guillermo Gómez-Escobar, I am an international second-year MPH student with a concentration in Global Health at New York University (NYU). I earned my Medical Doctor degree from Universidad de los Andes at Bogotá, Colombia in 2018 and earned a MS in Epidemiology from the same institution in 2021. I currently work as a postdoctoral associate at Weill Cornell Medicine, NY where I coordinate projects related to translational science focused on lung injury and cell death pathways.
Tania, originally from Houston, Texas, is a third-year dual-degree MSW/MPH student at New York University. Tania is a certified community health worker and has worked in the Houston Health Department during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic as an epidemiological investigator. She is a member of the Implementing Sustainable Evidence-based interventions through Engagement (ISEE) lab and the Global Action for Urban Health lab at NYU. Tania enjoys being a mentor and connecting with peers as an NYU Silver Admissions Ambassador. She is also currently interning with the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Institute at the Center for Practice Innovations where she helps assess the adaptations made to evidence-based interventions and examines mandatory training materials for all ACT providers in New York.