Tim Morilla, a second year MBA, is working with salaUno in Mexico. SalaUno operates a network of eye clinics in Mexico that aims to provide affordable, accessible, and high-quality eye care to low-income populations.
Cristina Arellano, a second year MBA, is working with SughaVazhvu in India. SughaVazhvu operates a system of Rural Micro Health Centers (RMHCs) that provide critical healthcare to impoverished, remote villages that traditionally have not had access to the healthcare they need.
Wonjae Lee, a recent Fuqua alumnus, is working with North Star Alliance in Kenya. North Star Alliance converts shipping containers into Roadside Wellness Centers (RWCs) strategically placed alongside transport corridors to provide medical services to migrant populations such as truck drivers and sex workers.
John Emami, a recent Fuqua alumnus, is working with Jacaranda Health in Kenya. Jacaranda Health operates a system of affordable, comprehensive maternity clinics that provide maternity care for 1/5 the cost typically found in private hospitals in Kenya.
Jose Magaña Paredes, a second year MBA, is working with IPIHD innovator Medica Santa Carma in Mexico. Medica Santa Carma provides affordable prevention and treatment of kidney disease to low-income populations in Mexico.