The Committee

Co-Editor – Kathleen Shepherd 


Kathleen is from Massachusetts and studied Public Health, International Studies, and Professional Writing at Elon University. Kathleen focused her studies on global health and humanitarian aid, traveling to India for her public health practicum and Sri Lanka to partner with Sarvodaya to create economic opportunities for women. She is passionate about social justice, gender equality, and the sustainability of humanitarian aid post-natural and manmade disasters. She is also interested in investigative journalism and how the media plays a role in the perception of global health. Currently she is studying her MSc in Global Health at the University of Copenhagen, with a focus on disaster risk management. It can be noted that Kathleen really misses the nature in New England (although she definitely calls Copenhagen home now), loves horseback riding, snowboarding, and reading thriller books. Catch her traveling when it becomes safe to do so!

Chair, Co-Editor and Treasurer – CC Price 

156429130_859717258210546_8666000956614435010_nCC is from the UK and studied a mishmash of Biology, Anthropology, and Psychology for her Bachelor’s at the University of Durham. After graduation, she worked in the English National Health Service for two years, she became passionate about improving access to health care, thinking about the systems level and making climate a priority in the health sector. She is now studying for her Master’s in Global Health at the University of Copenhagen. In her spare time, you’ll find her hunting down wild swimming spots or cooking and eating something tasty with pals.

Co-editor and Events Coordinator – Giulia Mantovani

154382413_1725554037632102_4064402682370558317_nGiulia is from Italy and has a Bachelor in Biomedicine from Karolinska Institutet, Sweden. She is now a second-year student of the MSc Master in Global Health at the University of Copenhagen with a passion fo sexual and reproductive health and rights. She has experience in project management and implementation in the field of mother and child health, as well as menstrual health. Giulia loves spending time in nature, traveling and enjoying delicious food.

Co-Editor – Ana Shimeall

Ana is from Maryland and studied Biology and Healthcare Studies at the University of Richmond in Virginia. During her Bachelor’s, she worked to increase access to healthcare for undocumented immigrants in Richmond and underserved populations in Nicaragua and Peru. After graduating in 2020, Ana worked for EngenderHealth, a global sexual and reproductive health and rights organization. Ana is passionate about universal access to high-quality, integrated healthcare, with a special focus on migrants and refugees. She is now pursuing an MSc. in Global Health at the University of Copenhagen. In her free time, Ana loves to go on road trips, figure skate, take long walks in Copenhagen’s many parks, and travel to new places.

Co-Editor – Anna Kiss

Anna is from Hungary and studied a combination of International Relations and Health Policy at University College Maastricht. She became passionate about global health because for her it represents the intersection of health and international relations. She has worked with Amnesty International on a gender pay gap campaign and is curious about anything that has to do with gender. Currently, she is doing her MSc in Global Health at the University of Copenhagen focusing on health policy. Whenever she has time, Anna loves to read, watch movies, have too much coffee and has recently started running.