The RSPH Alumni Association Board is currently comprised of 15 phenomenal Rollins grads who serve in an advisory capacity to help inform and carry out the school’s mission.
In addition to supporting the school’s mission, our Board members work to meet the professional needs of our alumni by encouraging fellowship, stimulating interests, and fostering relationships among alumni, Rollins, and the greater public health community.
Interested in serving on our Board?
To apply, please complete the online application form. Please note that you will be prompted to upload your resume after submitting the form.
2017-2018 RSPH Alumni Association Board
Carmen Price, 12 MPH President BSHE Senior Solutions Delivery Lead, Global Healthcare Solutions
Boston Scientific firstname.lastname@example.org
Aneesah Akbar-Uqdah, 08MPH President-elect HPM
Public Health Analyst, Division of Global Health Protection
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention email@example.com
Sheba Ehteshami, 11 MPH Immediate Past President HPM
Deloitte Consulting firstname.lastname@example.org
Kinsey McMurtry, 15 MPH Secretary HPM
Associate Director for Fellowship Programs, Emory Gynecology and Obstetrics
Emory School of Medicine email@example.com
Yoran Grant-Greene, PhD, 06 MPHEPI Regional Associate Director, West Africa Region, Division of Global HIV & TB
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Public Health Service firstname.lastname@example.org
Jodie Guest, 99 PhD, 92 MPHEPI Research Professor, Rollins School of Public Health
Professor, Emory School of Medicine Emory University email@example.com
Jessica Hike, 10 MPHHPM
Clinical Information Systems Project Manager
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta firstname.lastname@example.org
Kelsey McDavid, 15 MPHEH
ORISE Fellow, National Center for Environmental Health
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention email@example.com
This activity is being performed by Aneesah Akbar-Uqdah, Matthew Biggerstaff, Yoran Grant-Greene, Kelsey McDavid, and KaeAnne Parris in their private capacity. No official support or endorsement by CDC is intended or should be inferred.