GPI Fellow Ezi reports on the World Health Assembly's 75th meeting.
Ifeayin Eziamaka "Ezi" Ogbuli holds a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies from the University of Southern California (USC). She is currently a Master of Public Health (MPH) candidate with a concentration in Global Health from USC. She is interested in human rights and the intersection between health and human rights, with a regional focus on the African continent. Ezi currently serves as a Cultural Ambassador at the Center for Black Culture and Student Affairs on the USC campus where she organizes events and programs to uplift Black students on the USC campus. She is also one of three Chief Editors at the USC Global Policy Institute, a student-run foreign affairs editorial, and programming organization. After her master's, Ezi hopes to attend law school in pursuit of international human rights law degree in order to combat rights violations and help build rights-centered institutions.
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