Alumni Profiles

Kearnan Kulow
Kearnan Kulow Master of Public Health (MPH)
If I had to list a single reason as to why public health is important to the community, it’s that it gives everyone a voice when it comes to their health and wellbeing.
Mindy Sharon
Mindy Sharon Master of Public Health (MPH)
I had a lot of great experiences in the School of Public Health. The faculty I worked with gave me the skills and opportunities to be able to live out my dreams.
Sam Wilson
Sam Wilson Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
I have made some amazing, lifelong friends at WVU and I know I will always cherish my experiences meeting and spending time with them.
Corey Edmonds
Corey Edmonds Master of Public Health (MPH)
The passion and dedication of the faculty, staff and students and the people of West Virginia has been unlike anywhere else I’ve ever been.
Bernadine Kwan
Bernadine Kwan Master of Public Health (MPH)
Health policy is the one field that can seriously impact large groups of people on every level. It impacts all instances of life and good policy can help alleviate struggles for people.
Abdulaziz Alangari
Abdulaziz Alangari Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Public Health Sciences - Epidemiology
I really enjoyed every aspect of it. My classmates have different opinions on public health matters, and it was very enlightening to see these issues from different perspectives.
Kristin Cummings
Kristin Cummings Occupational Medicine Residency Program
I chose to train in Occupational Medicine at WVU because of the unique experiences the program offered.
Julie Carey
Julie Carey Bachelor of Science (BS) in Public Health
I hope one day I can make my community a better place by using what my WVU public health education has taught me.
Olivia Pape
Olivia Pape Master of Public Health (MPH)
After moving to West Virginia in 2015, I knew I wanted to further my education. Once I started working for the School of Public Health, I quickly realized public health was the route for me.
Becca Fint-Clark
Becca Fint-Clark Master of Public Health (MPH)
To me, public health means service. Public health provides the opportunity to serve others and educate them on improving their health and caring for themselves and others.