Alumni (Scholar)

Sasheenie Moodley

E. Paul Rogers Jr. Jefferson Scholar
Atlanta, Georgia
B.A. University of Virginia (2017)
M.P.H. University of Virginia (2017)
Professional Sectors:
Community & Social Services
Healthcare Services


Conflux Journal, editor-in-chief, founder; Center for Global Health, chair of global health month, student advisory board; Echols Honors Council, executive board; Housing and Residence Life, resident advisor; Hoos In Treble, vice-president; Madison House, ESOL; Greer Tutoring Program, volunteer; ORecords, chair of internal events; Sustained Dialogue; Dialogue Across Grounds; Day in the Life Service, volunteer; Pancakes for Parkinson's, executive board, first-year outreach chair; Days on the Lawn, panelist, volunteer, lunch buddy; HIV and Masculinity Research Group, principal research investigator; Teaching Assistant, organic chemistry, global development studies; Virginia Journal of Bioethics Journal, opinion writer; Kappa Delta; Jefferson Scholars Public Service Fellow, volunteer; Human Library Project of Charlottesville; Published, The Oculus Journal - “HIV & Masculinity”; Published, Conflux Journal - “HIV and Research Experiences”; Published, 2016 Consortium of Universities for Global Health - “HIV & Masculinity in Gugulethu, SA”; Published, 2016 Clinton Global Initiative University - “HIV Virtual Support Network”; Published, 2016 Human Development Conference hosted by the Ford Family Program & Kellogg Institute - “HIV & Masculinity”; Published, The Virginia Journal of Bioethics - “Telemedicine, Does it help or hurt”; Glenn and Susan Brace Center for Global Health University Scholar Research Grant Award; Pamela B. and Peter C. Kelly Center for Global Health University Scholar Research Grant Award; CLAS Research/Travel Grant Award; Huskey Graduate Research Exhibition Finalist and Outstanding Speaker Award; Parent's Fund Research Grant Award; Global Health Corps Finalist; Rotary International Global Grant Scholarship; Range Resident; Dean’s List; Echols Sc

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