Jeanne Moseley is a Lecturer in the Division of Nutritional Sciences (DNS) and the Director for the Global Health Program. She works closely with Division faculty and undergraduate students from across the university to teach, develop and evaluate curriculum for the Global and Public Health Sciences (GPHS) Major and the undergraduate minor in Global Health. She is the lead instructor for several DNS courses and advisees students in the GPHS major and minor in Global Health.
Jeanne is responsible for the direct administration and implementation of Global Health partnerships and summer programs in the Dominican Republic, Tanzania and Zambia, She also supports the development and coordination of additional student experiential learning opportunities in India, the Unites States and other locales. Her current areas of interest are global and public health curriculum development, the pedagogy of global service learning, student leadership development and the critical dimensions of reciprocity in the context of international partnerships and collaborations.
Global and Public Health Fellow
Jennifer DiPietro, BS
Jennifer DiPietro is the Global Health Fellow for the 2018-2019 academic year. Jennifer graduated from Cornell University in December 2017 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Global and Public Health Sciences and a minor in Infectious Disease Biology. She was a participant in the Tanzania Global Health Summer Program in 2016 where she conducted research on barriers to care and support for persons with physical disabilities, and she has had the opportunity to return to Moshi for the past two summers to work as a program assistant. Her passions include maternal and child health, reproductive justice, and infectious disease biology, and she is currently applying to medical school.
Tatyana Roberts, BS
Tatyana Roberts was the Global Health Fellow for both the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 academic years. Tatyana graduated from Cornell University in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Sciences with a concentration in Human Nutrition and a minor in Global Health. She was drawn to the Global Health Program as an undergraduate because it provided her the opportunity to learn beyond the classroom and pursue her passion for health internationally. Tatyana completed an independent field experience in Peru in 2014 and participated in the Global Health Summer Program in Lusaka, Zambia, in 2015. Through the South African Institute for Policy and Research and their partner, the Zambian Governance Foundation, she conducted research on alternatives to incarceration focusing on how NGOs can strategically align themselves to community service orders as well as an analysis on the existing and proposed non-custodial sentencing system in Zambia. Upon returning to campus, she worked as the Zambia Program Assistant during her senior year.
Hannah James, BS
Hannah James was the Global Health Fellow for the 2015-2016 academic year. She graduated from Cornell University in 2015 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology, Health & Society, and a minor in Global Health. Hannah was drawn to the Global Health Program as an undergraduate because it gave her an opportunity to apply her coursework to real world problems, and to pursue her interest in health in an international context. Hannah completed her field experience for the minor during Summer 2013 in Tanzania where she developed a case study on the increasing prevalence of Type II diabetes in rural communities, and also worked with NAFGEM (Network Against Female Genital Mutilation), an NGO which seeks to eliminate female genital mutilation in Tanzania.
Hannah is currently a graduate student in the SM2 degree program in the Department of Global Health and Population, at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Grace Seo, BS
Grace Seo was the Global Health Fellow for the 2014-2015 academic year. Grace graduated from Cornell University in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Biology, Health, and Society and a minor in Global Health. She was drawn to the Global Health Program as an undergraduate because it provided a unique opportunity to learn about health from multiple disciplinary perspectives and learn about diverse cultures other than her own. Grace participated in the Global Health Summer Program in Lusaka, Zambia, where worked with the Southern African Institute for Policy and Research, where she researched Zambia's constitutional reform process and its implications on individuals' rights and health.Upon returning to campus, she worked as the Zambia Program Assistant during her senior year. During her time as the Fellow, she was closely involved with strengthening the Zambia Program and preparing the next cohort of the program. Grace also worked closely with the Student Advisory Board to hold Cornell's first Global Health Case Competition. Grace currently works at the Center for Global Health at Cornell Weill Medical College, where she is involved with various research projects and the Women in Global Health Initiative.
Jessica Sparling, BS
Jessica Sparling was the Global Health Program Fellow during the 2013-2014 academic year. Jess graduated from Cornell University in 2013 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences and a minor in Global Health. She became interested in the Global Health Program as an undergraduate as it provided her the opportunity to explore her passion for health in an international context. Jess spent summer 2011 participating in the ILR SVYM Global Service Learning Program in India, where she worked in a rural primary care hospital and created informative public health documents. Jess then spent summer 2012 participating in the Cornell Global Health Program in Zambia, where she assessed the effectiveness of a short course in Program Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation offered by the University of Zambia and conducted interviews regarding HIV/AIDS among the MSM community in Lusaka, Zambia. As an undergraduate, she served as a Teaching Assistant for the Global Service Learning Pre-Departure Seminar (India) and for NS 4600: Explorations in Global Health, and worked as the Global Health Student Program Assistant for 2012-2013. During the 2014-2015 academic year, Jess worked as a Research Project Coordinator for the CENTIR Group's (Prof. Rebecca Stoltzfus) Building Strong Nutrition Systems project based in Tanzania. In Fall 2015, Jess will matriculate at the University of Michigan School of Public Health to pursue a Master's of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education, concentrating in Health Communications.
Anna Carroll, BA
Anna Carroll was the Global Health Program Fellow from 2012-2013. She graduated from Cornell University in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and a minor in Global Health. As an undergraduate, she was drawn to the Global Health Program because it provided her with an opportunity to combine her interests in health and in international cultures. As a Global Health Fellow, Anna focused on developing the Global Health program in Zambia and the Global Service Learning Pre-Departure Seminar. She also helped to establish the Global Health Student Advisory Board, through which she worked with students on a number of programmatic initiatives. She currently works at the National Alliance of State & Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) in Washington, D.C., where she focuses on capacity building and health systems strengthening around HIV/AIDS in Africa and in the Caribbean.
Saurabh Mehta, Assistant Professor of Global Health, Epidemiology, and Nutrition, Division of Nutritional Sciences, College of Human Ecology
David Pelletier, PhD, Division of Nutritional Sciences, College of Human Ecology and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Kathleen Rasmussen, PhD, Division of Nutritional Sciences, College of Human Ecology and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Dan Fitzgerald, MD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
Linnie Golightly, MD, Professor of Medicine in Microbiology and Immunology and Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College
Roy (Trip) Gulick, MD, MPH, Professor of Medicine and Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at Weill Medical College of Cornell University, and Attending Physician at the New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City