My name is Alexandria Whitted, and I am from Chadbourn, North Carolina. I am a passionate and charismatic young woman pursuing a Master of Public Health degree in Global Health Program Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation with an additional certificate in Sex, Sexuality, and Gender. In 2020, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, I became a first-generation college graduate from East Carolina University with Bachelors degrees in Public Health: Community Health and African and African American Studies. Most notably, in 2016, I was among the final cohort of Gates Millennium Scholars and I am an inaugural research fellow for the Boston University’s Center for Antiracism.
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