Join COEH for a podcast highlighting upcoming leaders in Occupational Health, Environmental Health Sciences, and Health Equity. We'll explore hills and valleys in their journeys, get some insight into non-traditional paths into Occupational and Environmental Health (OEHS), and explore how our speakers got where they are today. This podcast is sponsored by the Northern California Education and Research Center for Occupational and Environmental Health at the University of California Berkeley, San Francisco, and Davis.
Dive into Episode 10 with Bhavya Joshi, a UC Berkeley Doctor of Public Health candidate from India! A Global Public Health Fellow and Human Rights Center Fellow, she researches reproductive needs in crisis areas, focusing on South Sudan and Ukrainian women refugees in Croatia. Bhavya...Read more about Do the Change with Bhavya Joshi, MA
In episode 9, we are joined by our wonderful guest, Gabriela Gonzalez, MPH. A recent UC Berkeley MPH graduate, she is dedicated to reproductive justice and improving pregnancy experiences. Focused on Black maternal health equity, Gabriela aims for a future in policy, advocacy,...Read more about Do the Change with Gabriela Gonzalez, MPH
In episode 8, we are joined by our wonderful guest, Ashley Smith, MPH! Ashley is a recent graduate of UC Berkeley's MPH program and has spent the last 3.5 years as a researcher at UCSF, focusing on research projects that examine health disparities. Her projects have included navigation...Read more about Do the Change with Ashley Smith, MPH
Join us for a conversation with Adenike Omomukuyo, a 3rd year MPH/RD student at UC Berkeley. Through her education, Adenike became acutely aware of the invisibility many face in the world of nutrition, which motivated her to delve deeper into the intricate relationship between the body and...Read more about Do the Change with Nike Omomukuyo
Join us for this episode with LaShyra "Lash" Nolen, a Southern California native, writer, activist, and dual-degree MD/MPP student at Harvard Medical School and Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She is the first documented Black woman to serve as student council president at...Read more about Do the Change with LaShyra Nolen
Join us for this episode with Brandon Phillips, MS, a second-year ergonomics student at UC Berkeley. Tune in to hear about Brandon's journey in the field and his thoughts on the importance of practical experience, creativity, and diversity in ergonomics. His journey includes a summer...Read more about Do the Change with Brandon Phillips, MS
Join us on this episode with Makeen Yasar and host Tyra Parrish, MPH where we explore Makeen's journey through the healthcare field and the challenges associated with fighting for equitable healthcare. With his background in supporting underrepresented student populations, and...Read more about Do the Change with Makeen Yasar
Join us as Tyra Parrish, MPH, explores Mariah's journey as a trailblazing public health professional and recent graduate of UC Berkeley's prestigious Master's of Public Health Program. Mariah shares how her passion for social change and her experience with research in reproductive health...Read more about Do the Change with Mariah Jiles, MPH
Join the conversation between Tyra Parrish, MPH, and Aldo Munoz, MPH, and gain fresh perspectives on the field of Industrial Hygiene in regards to how we as future leaders can protect workers and create accessible information channels for workers. In this episode, Aldo and Tyra...Read more about Do the Change with Aldo Muñoz, MPH
Integrative health is a holistic approach to healthcare that aims to support health by combining conventional and complementary forms of care. As a long time social justice advocate throughout her time in UC Berkeley's School of Public Health, Camila De Pierola has always believed that...Read more about Do the Change with Camila De Pierola, MPH
A Day in the Life
Join COEH for a podcast highlighting Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Professionals. Learn about what OEHS practitioners do on the daily. What could your career look like?