MPH program students selected as This Is Public Health Ambassadors

Two students in Case Western Reserve University’s Master of Public Health program—Samyukta Dore and Ian Zonfa—were chosen to be a part of the prestigious Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) This Is Public Health (TIPH) Ambassador Cohort. They were selected for their outstanding abilities and dedication to promoting public health and well-being worldwide. 

In 2017, the ASPPH introduced the TIPH Ambassador program. Selected by their institutions, students who become ambassadors actively promote the field of public health by organizing virtual events, managing TIPH’s social media presence, and contributing to various projects and presentations. Their main objective is to generate interest in public health education and careers. To qualify for this program, individuals must possess outstanding communication skills, effective leadership qualities, innovative and creative thinking abilities, engaging personalities, reliable nature, and a strong, positive enthusiasm for both public health and higher education.