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Global Health Career Panel Speaker Bios Global Health Career Panel Speaker Bios
Global Health Career Panel Speaker Bios
Global health offers a range of career possibilities, from academia, to the non-profit, governmental, and for-profit sectors. Come hear about some career opportunities and learn how to better prepare for the global health careers of the future.

This event is co-hosted by the School of Nursing, School of Public Health and Center for Global Health Equity as part of the International Careers Pathways series of events.


Jasmina Cunmulaj works at the European Public Health Alliance in the role of leadership support. Jasmina's career has been marked by a focus on identifying the healthcare needs of marginalized communities throughout the Western Balkans as well as the underserved populations in various regions, including Montenegro, Myanmar, and the United States and devising strategies to prioritize health equity and overall well-being in policy agendas.

Dr. Shama Virani is a scientist at the Genomic Epidemiology Branch, World Health Organization: Dr. Virani is a cancer genomic epidemiologist focused on improving survival of head and neck cancer (HNC) patients. Dr Virani leads the Oral Cancer Team at the International Agency for Research on Cancer, with the mission of developing innovative and collaborative research across multidisciplinary themes through cross-Agency and international collaborations, with a focus in LMICs.

Dr. Laura Jean Ridge is an Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati. Her research focuses on the occupational health of healthcare workers in West Africa and the United States. She is the Board President of Nursing for All, a nonprofit that supports nurse-led public health initiatives in Liberia.

Dr. Ryan Rego serves as a research manager at Social Impact, a global development management consulting firm that works across sectors to reduce poverty, improve health and education, promote peace and democratic governance, foster economic growth, and protect the environment. In this role, Rego focuses on quantitative research in international development, with particular attention to strategic planning and project management.

Surabhi Rajaram is a program officer for immunization delivery at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation where she focuses on ensuring healthy markets and strengthening procurement for vaccines and safe injection equipment. Prior, she worked at Becton, Dickinson and Company in market strategy for medical devices in emerging markets and injection safety programming.

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