• Dielle Lundberg

    Dielle Lundberg is a research assistant in the Department of Global Health at Boston University School of Public Health, and a 2019 graduate of BUSPH's MPH program. 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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