• Dielle Lundberg, MPH

    Dielle Lundberg, MPH Dielle Lundberg (SPH’19), research fellow in the Department of Global Health and a 2019 graduate of the MPH program, has worked for several years with researchers at Boston College (BC), where she completed her undergraduate education, to study and advocate for individual and policy-level changes that will reduce global textile pollution. In 2022, the team launched a multi-faceted public health art-activism initiative to raise awareness about the health impacts and environmental racism associated with textile pollution. Profile

  • Julia DeVoy, PhD, MTS, MBA

    Julia DeVoy, PhD, MTS, MBA Julia Devoy’s research and teaching are concentrated on the‎ relationship of social class ‎variables to the human lifespan, with a focus ‎on social mobility ‎among low-income ‎global citizens that examines ‎personal aspects, as well as ‎ecological contexts‎ such as ‎family, faith, ‎workplace, ‎community and ‎educational ‎settings, which facilitate or constrain development. She is currently investigating ways in which economically disempowered individuals‎ develop dual ‎class-based ‎psychological identities in order to transition to elevated economic levels ‎while maintaining healthy ‎emotional‎ well-being and relational support.‎ In the field, she advises on the design of social impact initiatives as interventions for helping address systemic social inequities. Profile

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