Intern Summer 2021
New Haven, Connecticut | email@example.com
Natalie Henning is a Master of Public Health Candidate at the Yale School of Public Health. She is completing her degree in the Department of Chronic Disease Epidemiology with a Concentration in Health Modeling. Natalie is a Student Associate for the Yale Center for Climate Change and Health and is part of the leadership team for Yale's student-run sustainable eating organization, Plant-Based for Public Health. Additionally, Natalie is a student representative for Yale's Sustainability Committee. Prior to attending Yale, she completed her BA at Emory University in Human Health and conducted research in women's health.
Bozeman, Montana | firstname.lastname@example.org
Paige Tolleson is a recent graduate from Montana State University with a degree in Environmental Health, Microbiology. During her undergrad she worked with Mari Eggers to establish a testing program for arsenic contamination of home well water in Three Forks, MT. Upon graduation, Paige worked as the program manager for the Montana Institute on Ecosystems. Aside from work, she loves to spend her time climbing, skiing, rafting, and running in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.