Lia Davis currently attends Northwestern University, where she is working toward an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. She plans to be licensed as a mental health counselor in the state of Maryland and to work with clients in addiction recovery. Following licensure, Lia hopes to pursue a PhD in Counselor Education.
Haleena Phillips’s career interest in bioethics and genomics/genetics were greatly impacted by the GSMP. Through the program, she became aware of her current job at the National Institutes of Health as a Scientific Program Analyst, where she supports the Centers for Excellence in ELSI Research, among other NHGRI initiatives. Next year, Haleena will begin graduate school at Carnegie Mellon University, where she will be pursuing a Master’s in the Health Care Policy and Management program.
Emma Taylor graduated from UMBC in December 2020 with a BA in Public Health and Legal Policy. She has since been taking time to get more acclimated with life outside of college. Emma has started a new job as a medical representative focusing on geriatric insurance for Performance Dynamics, a strategic insourcing company, while applying to JD/MPH programs for Fall 2022.