Articles by Brittany Cesarini, US

Brittany Cesarini, US

Brittany Cesarini is a passionate advocate for social justice. As an undergraduate at Princeton University, she studied public policy, gender studies, and African studies and spent her summers in East Africa, gaining fluency in the Swahili language. Upon graduating from Princeton in June 2012, she launched a health education initiative called Shikamana in Tanzania with the help of funding from the Henry Richardson Labouisse ’26 Prize. Currently she lives in New York City, where she recently completed a public service fellowship through Princeton Project 55. Given her dedication to improving public health in marginalized communities, Brittany is pursuing a Master’s degree in Family & Population Health at Columbia University.


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