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 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.
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.