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Asila Ferguson

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Hi there! I am Asila Ferguson, a Caribbean-American Muslim woman who is dedicated to promoting positive social change and health equity. I have a background in medicine and clinical research, which has propelled my transition into public health. I am currently pursuing a Master of Public Health degree from Walden University, and I will be graduating in May of 2024. I originally started my studies as a pre-medical student, and I obtained by Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Georgia State University in 2021. Shortly after, I completed a semester of medical training in Anguilla, and then dove right into my public health degree in 2022. My double background in medicine and public health gives me the advantage of having a diverse outlook on health issues. I understand both patient- and community-centered approaches to health issues; I believe that a combination of methods is necessary to address health disparities and improve public health. My goals are to increase empathy, promote social change, instill health equity, and address health disparities through research, health promotion programs, and epidemiological methods. I strongly advocate for these goals and will help achieve them through collaboration with organizations and other stakeholders.

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