2022 Planetary Health Campus Ambassadors

About the Planetary Health Campus Ambassador program

The Planetary Health Campus Ambassador program is a competitively-awarded leadership opportunity for students committed to educating their campus community about planetary health, as well as an opportunity to receive mentorship from a preeminent leader in planetary health. The Campus Ambassador program represents our belief that global planetary health action begins at home, with ambassadors leading workshops, seminars, presentations, projects, and other events through their respective planetary health clubs and broader university leadership. During this semester-long program, students host creative and engaging community engagement opportunities and develop and build their leadership and organizational skills. To learn more about the program, click here

About the 2022 PHCA cohort


Contact: leonardagan95@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Kenya
Institution: University of Eldoret

Agan Leonard is a postgraduate student, taking masters in environmental health at the University of Eldoret and also a graduate assistant at the Department of Environmental Biology and Health, University of Eldoret.
He became a campus ambassador in 2020, and got engaged in different student led activities at the University of Eldoret, and by extension to other universities covered within the Eastern Africa region. This he achieved since his appointment as communication and community outreach person for the Planetary Heath Eastern Africa Hub.
Leonard’s research interest includes environmental health, environmental toxicology, Biodiversity, climate change, and population health.
He is currently part of different research projects including child health and nutrition, exposure and health implications at the gold mining sites and invivo toxicity of toxic elements.

Alexander Levitskiy

Contact: al889@cornell.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: Cornell University

Alex is a second-year veterinary student at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and he holds a B.S. in Animal Science and Biological Sciences from Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Via international field experiences, Alex has partaken in community-centered conservation efforts and learned important strategies in developing sustainable models that give dwindling species a shot at survival. His research involvements to date include investigating avian malaria incidence in gyrfalcons in the Arctic in light of climate change; infectious disease ecology of Mycoplasma gallisepticum in house finches; and exploring the links between anthropogenic activities, harmful algal blooms, cyanotoxins in fish, and the subsequent health effects on fishing communities that rely on Lake Victoria's fisheries. After obtaining his D.V.M., Alex plans to pursue graduate training in global health to be equipped to address health concerns at human/wildlife interfaces.

Angela Zhong

Contact: ayzhong@college.harvard.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: Harvard University

Angela Zhong is a first-generation Asian-American Harvard student hailing from Houston, Texas. She is studying economics with a secondary in environmental science public policy and a citation in Mandarin. On campus, Angela is a United Nations Association National Campus Fellow and conducted research with UN SDG Advocate Dr. Alaa Murabit through the Harvard Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Studies as well as with the Kennedy School of Public Policy’s Belfer Center for International Affairs. She also serves as a team lead for: the Harvard College Consulting Group’s plant-based meat substitute case, the Council of Student Sustainability Leaders, Presidential Committee on Sustainability Scope 3 Emissions Group, and the student-faculty Dining Services Council.

Anouk Suzanne Nusselder

Contact: anouknusselder@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: The Netherlands
Institution: Erasmus University Rotterdam

Anouk is a fifth-year medical student at the Erasmus University of Rotterdam. Throughout her studies, she has always been interested in health beyond the boundaries of medicine and health care and has worked on several projects within the field of public and global health. After finishing her Bachelor's Degree in Medicine, she pursued a Master’s degree in Global Health at the University of Maastricht. Anouk is particularly passionate about climate change and health and strives to engage (future) health professionals for climate action and sustainable health care.

Blessing Oyeleye

Contact: oyeleyeblessing@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nigeria
Institution: University of Abuja

Blessing Oyeleye is a Veterinary Medical student at the University of Abuja, Nigeria. He has a genuine interest in Public Health. His overall goal is to contribute to improving the quality of life of animals and humans by advancing the frontiers of Public Health and Food Security. He consistently makes himself available for voluntary community services and personal development programs. For instance, he served as an OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) Junior Ambassador for his University (2019), where he learned about contemporary animal health issues that impact on global food security, and relayed this knowledge to his local university’s community. He also led the events of public awareness on Anti-Microbial Resistance and Rabies in his university community. He is the current President of the International Veterinary Students' Association, University of Abuja Member Organization.

Bristol Moonga Ntebeka

Contact: ntebekabristoljr@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Zambia
Institution: University of Zambia

Bristol Ntebeka is a passionate Epidemiology student, who is eager to solve public health and climate change problems. He loves to learn new things, and is action oriented.

Charlotte Topchik

Contact: ctopchik@brandeis.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: Brandeis University

Charlotte Topchik is a junior at Brandeis University from New City, New York, and is majoring in Environmental Studies. She is interested in a career in global sustainability and wildlife conservation and is currently studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. In her free time, Charlotte enjoys playing soccer and watching her favorite soccer team, Arsenal. She also is Vice President of the Brandeis Quiz Bowl team.

Chimwemwe T.C Chiluba

Contact: chimzluba1993@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Zambia
Institution: University of Zambia

Chimwemwe is a Microbiologist and Currently pursuing her Masters of Science in Public Health at the University of Zambia.
She was born on the 20th of January 1993 in Lusaka, from a Family of two Children. She is the younger child, and has an elder brother. She
 grew up in difficult and challenging environments where most girls never completed school. It was either they fell pregnant or they could not continue do to financial challenges. Despite this, she is currently pursuing her Masters in Public Health from the University of Zambia Ridgeway Campus on a distance basis as she works as a Research Assistant at the National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research.

David Dayan

Contact: dbd63@cornell.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: Cornell University

David Dayan is a junior at Cornell University studying Animal Science and Infectious Disease Biology. He has been involved in research on juvenile white shark conservation, infectious disease in deer populations, and waterfowl toxicology. David aspires to work in the conservation medicine and One Health fields with a focus on wildlife disease dynamics and associated implications for human and animal health. In his free time, David enjoys reading, playing and watching soccer and basketball, and playing board games with friends.

Diana Bii

Contact: dicherobii@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Kenya
Institution: University of Eldoret

Diana Bii is a postgraduate student at the University of Eldoret, Uasin Gishu, Kenya pursuing Masters in Environmental Health. She is a research assistant and a huge Planetary Health enthusiast. As a young professional, she has been involved in various activities such as the creation of awareness about planetary health and the need to protect the environment in order to safeguard human health. She loves volunteering and engaging in community service.

Eliana Blum

Contact: eblum@berkeley.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: University of California, Berkeley

Eliana Blum is a first year MPH student studying Environmental Health at University of California Berkeley. She is primarily interested in marine sustainability and food security. Eliana's background is in education and public health. Before coming to graduate school, she spent three years in New Orleans working as a high school teacher. She is passionate about spreading awareness about climate change.

Emma Lasky

Contact: elasky@berkeley.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: University of California, Berkeley

Emma is a San Francisco Bay Area-based MPH student in Environmental Health Sciences at UC Berkeley. Prior to becoming a graduate student, Emma worked as a land manager for numerous natural parks and spaces across the United States. Combined with her interest in population health, her background in botany and natural resource management has encouraged her passion to research the connection between humans and the environment. When not nose-deep in textbooks, Emma likes to scamper through forests and look for slime mold.

Emmanuel Victor Oziegbe

Contact: isaacemmanuel4063@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nigeria
Institution: University of Ibadan

Mr. Emmanuel is a passionate crop protectionist who is concerned about how man's activities affect environmental health, and subsequently its impacts on food safety and security globally.

Fernando Wang

Contact: wang.fernando24@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Spain/France
Institution: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya

Fernando is a Spanish-born respiratory physiotherapist working at the Oncology Institute in Marseille, France. He also owns a Master's in International Business. He speaks fluently English, Spanish and French. His subject of interest are the lung diseases and pulmonary rehabilitation, and the social sciences applied to the global health. He is currently studying a Master's of Sience in Planetary Health.


Contact: guilhermechalo@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

PhD and Master in Urban and Regional Planning from the Institute of Urban and Regional Planning, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (IPPUR/UFRJ), Specialist in Urban Policy and Planning (IPPUR/UFRJ). Graduated in Geography at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRRJ) (2011-2017) with a period of studies in Geography at the Faculty of Arts, University of Porto (Portugal); Technician in Health Surveillance at the Escola Politécnica de Saúde Joaquim Venâncio (EPSJV/FIOCRUZ) (2008-2010). He was a member of the Laboratory of Professional Education in Health Surveillance (LAVSA/EPSJV) (2011-2016) Currently Member of the Study Group Space, Social Theory and City (UFRRJ) and the Study Group of Territory and Urban History GESTHU (UFRJ). Has experience in the interface between health and geographic space, working on the following themes social determination of health and disease, history of health/illness, production of nature, social movements, urban history.

Hector Gabriel Corrale de Matos

Contact: hectorgabriel@usp.br
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: University of São Paulo

Hector is currently pursuing graduate degree in Speech Language Pathology and Hearing Sciences at University of São Paulo, Brazil. He is a participant of the Brazilian Program of Ambassadors in Planetary Health (IEA-USP) in 2021. He has a scholarship from the Tutorial Education Program in Speech Therapy (SESu/Brazilian Education Ministry). Lastly, he conducts research on the interface between Climate Change and Speech Therapy.

Henrique de Barros Zanoni

Contact: henriquezanoni15@icloud.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: Universidade Estadual do Paraná

Henrique is a Brazilian nursing student. He works in scientific initiation, social inclusion and extension projects. He occupies political positions within the University and always seeks to expand and share knowledge.

Jibola Raheem Q.

Contact: qudusr3@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nigeria
Institution: University Of Ibadan

Jibola Raheem is the last child from the family of seven in Nigeria. He is a student in the Department of Crop Protection and Environmental Biology, University Of Ibadan, Nigeria. Jibola is an ardent Environmentalist who hope to be a vessel that bring people to the light of environmental consciousness to ensure sustainability in our dynamic and ever changing world.

Joseph Akite

Contact: Joseroby78@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Kenya
Institution: Moi University

He is an undergraduate student taking a bachelor of Information Technology in the school of Information Science. He is also a Planetary Health enthusiast and he uses his creative skills of dancing as a tool to solve mental health, prevent non-communicable diseases and fight climate change.

Krishna Adhikari

Contact: vet.krishna22@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nepal
Institution: Agriculture and Forestry University

Krishna Adhikari is a Veterinary Medicine graduate from FAVF, Agriculture and Forestry University, Nepal and is currently pursuing his Post-Graduate (M.V.Sc.) degree from there. He is a One Health/ Planetary Health Advocate and has been actively working and advocating the global issues of One Health since 2014. He has been involved and led various One Health/ Planetary Health activities standing in various positions from being a general member of the local one health university club to Asia continent representative of the international group of students working for One Health ISOHA and Standing as a Campus Ambassador of global network of Planetary Health Advocate Planetary Health Alliance's PHCA program of 2021. Apart form raising concerns and awareness regarding global issues of one health/ planetary health, he also performs his duty of Vet. Surgeon at a Small Animal Hospital based in Nepal helping animal uplifting and advocating their health and welfare and promoting public health as well keeping healthy animals and people together. Being a One Health/ Planetary Health enthusiast he is learning and exploring the concept of Planetary Health and is interested to contribute and learn. He was fascinated to know how this concept of Planetary Health will help him in his small effort to make a better world. He is learning, exploring, and educating others with the concepts of One Health, Planetary Health, EcoHealth, Global Health and connecting them with SDGs for a better world and secured future.

Kyle Villanueva Aboy

Contact: kylieaboy69@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Philippines
Institution: Mindanao State University- General Santos

Kyle V. Aboy is an environmental educator, MIL Advocate, and changemaker.
He is an undergraduate Biology student at Mindanao State University General Santos. Also, he founded Ibaraki Academy, a youth organization that aims to help the youth to discover their own potential and be able to champion environmental conservation and protection.
Currently, he is based in Mindanao to promote environmental awareness through environmental education and to amplify this message with the use of social media platforms.

Lawal Mubinat Olohunkemi

Contact: lawmuub2000@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nigeria
Institution: University of Ilorin

Mubinat Lawal is a 21 year old student of The department of Food Science in the University of Ilorin, Kwara state, Nigeria. She’s the second daughter and third child of a family of five children. She’s an environmental enthusiast, an entrepreneur, an aspiring hair care products formulator and also a healthy eating advocate. She enjoys volunteering, preaching and encouraging self love, and stands for empowering the young and vulnerable.

Lorenz Bodner

Contact: Lorenz.Bodner@hotmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Austria
Institution: Medical University of Vienna

Lorenz studied classical singing at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and medicine at the Medical University of Vienna. Currently he is doing his clinical rotations at the General Hospital of Vienna, finishing his studies next year. He is particulary interested in the common benefits of a sustainable way of life for health and environment, especially sustainable diets. Through his artistic background Lorenz also likes the idea of bridging communties trough Arts and Music.

Luca Martinalli

Contact: luca.martinalli01@universitadipavia.it
Country of Origin/Residence: Italy
Institution: University of Pavia
Luca Martinalli is a fourth-year medical student at the University of Pavia, where he is a member of Ghislieri college. According to his strong interest in scientific research and global health topics, he is attending a biomedical research laboratory in Pavia as a research volunteer and he is trying to expand his knowledge of public, global and planetary health. In this last field, his current main interest include the analysis of the relationship between climate change and health systems resilience and the impact of medicine on urban planning and public space. Furthermore, he is fascinated by the process of translation of basic science research into clinical applications and its outcome on a global scale. Understanding the importance of a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary approach to address effectively the complex problems of our society, as a PHCA he hopes to combine his different passions learning from some of the leading experts of planetary health.

Luise Nottmeyer

Contact: nottmeyer@stud.uni-heidelberg.de
Country of Origin/Residence: Deutschland
Institution: Heidelberg University (and Bergen University UiB)

Luise studies Molecular Biotechnology at Heidelberg University. She also has a Master's in Public Health from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. During various research stays she got to work in environmental mircobiology, virology, and drug research. She also collected practical work experience interning at WHO and Roche Diagnostics. Currently, she is doing research in weather and infectious disease associations and is taking various extra courses at Bergen University to strengthen her planetary health profile.


Contact: lnamitondo@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Zambia
Institution: University of Zambia

Lweendo Namitondo is an Environmental health officer, currently pursuing her masters in Epidemiology at the University of Zambia. Her work is concerned with all aspects of the natural and built environment affecting human health. Her focus of work includes waste management, pollution control, promoting sustainable development and sanitation. She's so efficient at her job that she considers herself a " health promoter." She achieves this through community sensitisation, community engagement and enforcement of the Public Health act. In 2016 during the school’s Partnership Day celebration, before graduation she presented her research on food safety and she was awarded best research presenter
Lweendo developed a passionate interest in issues to do with environmental and public health. She is always interested in finding ways to prevent diseases and promote health. Her opinions are highly valued, people trust and respect her judgments.

Maira Joseph Walter

Contact: mairawalter62@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Kenya
Institution: Egerton University

Maira Joseph is a young scientist passionate on environmental conservation awareness and problem solving . With a background in environmental sciences he is aware of the impacts of population growth on the environment. He is an active member of the Planetary health Eastern Africa Hub Currently, he is pursuing his Masters in Environmental and Occupational health at Egerton University-Kenya.

Marcel Malama Kapambwe

Contact: malamakap@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Zambia
Institution: Mulungushi University

Marcel provides technical expertise in Clinical work at JSI USAID Discover Health Project in Kabwe. He has vast experience in the management of HIV/AIDS , Sexual & Reproductive Health and Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision. He participates in the training of Community Health Workers in Community Health Programmes.

Mateus de Souza Ribeiro

Contact: mats.srib@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: Santa Marcelina College (FASM)

Mateus Ribeiro is a third-year medical student at Faculdade Santa Marcelina, located in the city of São Paulo in the southern region of Brazil. Throughout his studies, he has always been interested in family medicine and general practice, as well as in the administration of primary health care in his community. He believes that the health of future generations is intrinsically linked to climate change mitigation actions taken today, and he sees planetary health as a tool to strengthen the local health system.

Miiro Emmanuel

Contact: emmanuelmiiro25@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Uganda
Institution: Mbarara University of Science and Technology

Miiro Emmanuel is a medical student who is passionate about internal medicine and climate change. Growing up in a rural area, he experienced how changes in climate can have adverse impacts on local communities who do not have the means to adapt. Planetary health brings a unique opportunity to enable him learn these complex interactions and help people affected by climate change.

Muhammad Asaduzzaman

Contact: zamansohag08@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Norway/Oslo
Institution: University of Oslo

Dr. Asad currently holds the position of Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Health, University of Oslo, Norway. His research interests focus on the key pathways and interactions involved in Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) along with environmental and Infectious disease epidemiology (especially zoonotic) through a Planetary Health approach. In addition, he has a keen interest in capacity building for Global Health in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa. In regards to his academic background, he is a medical doctor from Bangladesh, and possesses an MPhil in Public Health under NOMA fellowship grant from UiO and MPH in Biosecurity under One Health Fellowship from Massey University, New Zealand. He is also a former GHES Fogarty fellow at University of California Berkeley and visiting scholar at Vanderbilt University, USA. He likes traveling and blog writing beyond his academic career.

Oladeji Yinmi Gabriel

Contact: oladejigabrael@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nigeria

He is young talented Nigerian student who is passionate about advancing the frontiers of knowledge. Currently, he is in his final year of study at the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife where he studies Microbiology as a course. His prospective area of specialization is Public Health Microbiology and Epidemiology. As a way of demonstrating his interest in Public Health, he has both led and participated in Health inclined outreaches. He is also a member of renowned international professional bodies

Rita Adelia Rolim de Figueiredo

Contact: rita.adelia@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: Federal University of Alagoas

Medical student at the Federal University of Alagoas, president of Contagie Movimento, a non-profit Civil Society Organization that promotes the concept of planetary health in its various actions, passionate about making a difference and who believes that everyone is necessary and that together we can build a better world.

Salawu Hazzanat Adenike

Contact: salawuhazzanat@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Nigeria
Institution: University of Eldoret

She is an undergraduate student in the University of Ibadan. She is very passionate about solving environmental problem thereby making her an astute volunteer in different organization whose aim is to reduce the effect of human activities on our planet. She is diligent smart and hardworking. She possesses project management skills and has led different teams in achieving their goal.

Salia S. Sheriff

Contact: sheriffsalia@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Liberia
Institution: University of Liberia

Salia S. Sheriff is a Ph.D. student in Environmental Health and Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Eldoret. He also teaches at the departments of Environmental Science, Public Health, and Chemistry at the University of Liberia.
Mr. Sheriff has background and experience in Environmental and Public Health; Climate Change and Sustainability; Environmental Chemistry; and Evolution Mechanism.
His profession and research interests include toxic metals exposure and risk assessment in environmental matrices, bioremediation of potentially toxic elements, e-wastes management, and climate change adaptation and resilience. He is an environmental and planetary health enthusiast.

Sarah Jarvis

Contact: sarah.jarvis@mail.utoronto.ca
Country of Origin/Residence: Canada
Institution: University of Ontario

Sarah is a first-year PhD student in the Department of Nutritional Sciences at the University of Toronto. She is particularly interested in nutrition at the intersection of population and planetary health. Her graduate research aims to assess and compare the health and environmental impacts of different dietary patterns. In conjunction with her graduate work, she has a keen interest in mobilizing research findings through science communication, health promotion, and advocating environmentally sustainable practices.

Seemab Mehmood

Contact: seemabmehmood26@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Pakistan
Institution: Fatima Jinnah Medical University, Lahore

A first-year medical student, Seemab Mehmood, studying at Fatima Jinnah Medical University, Lahore, Pakistan. She is one of the selected delegates of AYIMUN 2020 and AAIMUN 202. She has been the graduated MCN Member 2021. Being inquisitive, she loves to write, imagine things in a new perspective to fit them in her own horizon. A curious mind that always strives for change to have change within a ever-changing world. As a medical graduate, she aspires to bring a healthy environment to every sick-ill breathing body.

Sheila Chebichii Kosgei

Contact: chebichiisheila@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Kenya
Institution: University of Eldoret

Sheila is a nutritionist and a post graduate student at the University of Eldoret, Kenya. She is also a member of the Planetary Health Eastern Africa Hub as well as a Planetary Health Campus Ambassador. She is passionate about maternal and child nutrition. She aspires to collaborate and participate more with the global community to find sustainable solutions to make the world a better place through the Planetary Health Alliance.

Sofia Paoli

Contact: pandipaoli@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Italy/England
Institution: University College London (UCL)

Sofia Paoli is a Human Sciences student in University College of London with Italian and Indian heritage, aiming to take a holistic and intersectional approaches on the environmental and social contexts that influence Mother Earth's and our paths of healing. Her eagerness in shifting consciousness on the importance of ecosystem living in our lives pushes her to see alternative ways to viewing the world as a product of art and science combined, of nature's entanglements. Her journey as an ambassador will be one of empowerment and understanding, organising opportunities for networks that promote the learning of the planetary nature of health and healing, linked with her passions for nature also as a composer, poet and creator.

Thiago Felipe Melo de Lima

Contact: thfmelo@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Thiago is a doctoral student in Public Health. He is a mathematician who studies nature. He is a person who has always fought for changes in society.

Thomas Leffler

Contact: tleffler@wisc.edu
Country of Origin/Residence: United States
Institution: University of Wisconsin-Madison

Thomas is currently a graduate student at the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. His research focuses on the nexus of land-use change and health, specifically looking at deforestation and associated infectious disease emergence risk. Thomas also holds an MPH in International Development from the University of Sheffield, and worked thereafter in clinical oncology research before going back for his PhD following the COVID-19 pandemic. Inspired by the pandemic to investigate disease emergence issues further, Thomas is hoping to apply his previous research skills to ecology and disease in the Anthropocene - and help move Planetary Health forward as a field. Outside of academics, Thomas has been a lifelong environmentalist and is an avid hiker, cyclist, guitar player, chef, and sunset enthusiast!

Vanessa de Araujo Goes

Contact: vgnutricao@gmail.com
Country of Origin/Residence: Brazil
Institution: Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro - UFRJ

Passionate about nature and life, Vanessa Goes is a doctoral student in Food Science. She's Integrative health professional (Registered Dietitian, Teacher, Pilates Instructor, Wellness Mentor). Executive Secretariat of ACOPPHE Mentoring Research Network. Member of the Brazilian College of Lifestyle Medicine and of the Southeast Planetary Health Club in Brazil. 2021 Planetary Health Ambassador at São Paulo University. She's also a dancer and mother.

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