Team Members

Amelia D’Angelo

Amelia D’Angelo is a Master of Global Health graduate from McMaster University in Canada, with and undergraduate degree in Environmental Science from McGill University. She is passionate about access to health care in rural and northern Canada and the Arctic, and believes that this part of the world can benefit from the innovative solutions found in the developing world. Amelia loves hiking, scuba diving, rock climbing, knitting and travelling, and has worked in Canada, France, Norway and Madagascar.


Ann-Cathrin is a pre-med Neuroscience major at the University of Texas at Dallas. During her
undergrad career, she has done various medical internships in different countries around
South/Central America and Africa, as well as an internship at the National Association of Community
Health Centers in Washington, D.C. She is passionate about supporting education and preventative
health around the world and in the United States.

Ayah Said

Ayah Said is a Master of Global Health student at McMaster University in Canada, with an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry and NMC (Near & Middle Eastern Civilization) from the University of Toronto. After spending some time working in the Middle East, she developed a keen interest in looking at vulnerable populations in different healthcare settings. Ayah is interested in the role technology can play in improving health in low-resource settings. In her down time, she enjoys table tennis, photography, hiking, and travelling. 

Carson Lutterloh
Carson Lutterloh is an undergraduate student in computer science at the University of Texas at Dallas. With a rich background in volunteer service, he enjoys supplementing his studies by working for great causes, including H4TW and the Civil Air Patrol. Carson is passionate about web and software development, constantly learning new ways to accomplish tasks, and he is excited to use these skills in cooperation with H4TW. In his spare time, he enjoys singing, cooking, and trail running.
Cassidy Zhang
Cassidy recently graduated from Parsons School of Design in May of 2019 and just completed a UX internship at ResMed, a medical devices/software company. She obtained a BBA in Strategic Management from Parsons, a program concentrated on user/ethnographic research, design thinking, and user experience and service design.
Christine Smith
Christine trained as a physician at Cambridge University in England. Her residency and fellowship were at Stanford University, and she worked in the Department of Psychiatry at Stanford for many years. Now retired from medicine, she teaches outreach science classes in low-income elementary schools.
Cristina Dan
Cristina is a recent MPH graduate with a keen interest for non communicable diseases, risk factors and innovative methods to increase prevention.
She is dedicated to helping people affected by health disparities, get access to information and proper care.
Proud to be a part of H4TW, a diverse team of incredible and resourceful professionals and join in their efforts to expand stroke awareness, in areas where adequate resources are scarce.
Daniel Gaines
I’m a bay area native, living in San Francisco. My hobbies include playing volleyball, drawing and painting, and being a huge comic book nerd. As a UX designer, I love using technology to make people’s’ lives easier- whether that’s in their professional life, health, or finances. I love traveling, meeting new people, and eating food.
Daria Titova
Daria is originally from Russia, and she knows how providing health services are important to save people’s lives. Health4theworld has a great mission providing access to communications with the leading medical experts. She would love to help people from different countries to stay informed, educated and connected.
Elliott Winford
Elliott is a rising MS2 at Meharry Medical College in Nashville, TN. His interests include prevention & treatment of neurological pathology and reduction of healthcare disparities. Currently, Elliott seeks to compare traumatic brain injury and stroke outcomes in older adults. His hobbies include traveling, singing, and Netflix binging.
Francis Wright
I am very excited to be starting my first year of medical school in August! I graduated from California State University, Chico with a degree in Cell and Molecular Biology. Since then, I have worked as a medical scribe, research assistant, and a volunteer at a wildlife sanctuary near Chico. I also have a background as a Red Cross Safety Instructor, teaching lifeguarding, CPR, and First Aid classes.
Isabel De los Rios
Isabel De los Rios is a part of our social media team and works on graphic design. She is a Public Health student at UC Berkeley and has aspirations to attend medical school next year. She is passionate about H4TW because of “our emphasis on making healthcare and health awareness accessible and understandable for people around the world”.
Isaiah Brown
Isaiah Brown is a medical student at UCSF. He was one of the first few members and joined H4TW because he was passionate to improving health worldwide. Isaiah leads virtual education and has already presented the work at national and international meetings.
Jack McGill
Jack is a Los Angeles-based filmmaker and content creator.