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Anna Pufal, MPH

Digital Media Associate
Nationality: Polish
Residence: Warsaw, Poland
Language: English, Polish
Education: Bachelors Degree in Midwifery, Medical University of Warsaw, Masters Degree in Public Health, Specialization in Health Promotion and Epidemiology,


Anna works at Childbirth with Dignity Foundation, a polish NGO focused on women’s rights in childbirth. Her
interests include law in healthcare, patients rights, global health issues of maternity and neonatal care. Anna's professional goals are to contribute to the successful implementation of evidence based medicine and policies in perinatal care worldwide, and empowering patients in their rights.


Amanda Pierz, MSc




Nationality: French
Residence: (Country) Netherlands
Language(s): French, English, Spanish
Education: BSc in Anatomy & Cell Biology from McGill University, MSc in Global Health from Maastricht University (current)


Clara is interested in many aspects of Global Health, particularly non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and CVD. These are no longer only affecting high-income countries but also low-to-middle-income countries which are suffering a double burden of disease. She hopes to finish her master's degree and go on to do more research in the field, and eventually work with NGOs to find innovative and efficient solutions to minimize these diseases as well as poverty.

Clara Gepner, MSc (current)

Digital Media Associate



GEH LAB 2016-2017 INTERNS

Fundraising Associate

Nationality: American and Portuguese
Residence: New York, USA
Language: English
Education: BSc in Public Health, Rutgers University; MSc in Global Health, Maastricht University

Currently, Amanda works as a Grants and Research Fellow at Transcendent Endeavors, a health technology start-up based in New York that focuses on developing products and services for underserved and limited-English proficiency populations. Her research interests are focused on exploring gender and racial disparities as well as advocacy aimed at advancing the rights of women and their access to health. She has previously conducted research on women's health topics in Uganda, Thailand, India, and Cameroon. Her professional goals include developing a variety of experience in the non-profit sector before pursuing her PhD.

Elliott Rogers, MChem

Fundraising Associate

Nationality: British and Spanish
Residence: Mexico
Language: English and Spanish
Education: MChem from Oxford Univeristy  

Elliott's was previously a Research Associate for GlobalGiving UK as well as a Metadata Administrator for Oxford University Press. His interests include research, technology, and Jazz. His professional goals are to successfully manage online fundraising campaigns, and find a permanent position with an NGO, charity or social enterprise.