Journey is a junior Science & Technology Studies major in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is passionate about the intersection of emerging technology and medical humanities, and hopes to combine these interests in a career as a clinician-researcher. On campus, Journey is also involved in metabolic disease research with the Cummings Lab, the Students Helping Students tutoring project, and the Cornell Outing Club. In her free time, she enjoys partaking in outdoor adventure sports that occasionally end up in disaster, playing piano, and adding new music to her Spotify playlists. Journey is excited to work alongside such a talented and driven team, and hopes to foster an accepting and supportive environment for all CHR members.
Vice President of Publishing
Priya Mukhi is a sophomore Human Biology, Health, and Society major in the College of Human Ecology. She is passionate about public health, community nutrition, health-environment interactions, and health communication. On campus, Priya is also involved with the Society for India, APO Service Fraternity, and the Cornell Tradition Fellowship. She loves to cook, bake, read, and watch sitcoms in her free time. In the future, Priya hopes to combine her interests in public health research and communication with medicine and earn her MD-MPH. As the VP of Publishing, Priya is looking forward to highlighting student art in our publications this semester, and recruiting & collaborating with healthcare experts for the CHR Speaker Series.
Vice President of Editing
Grace is a junior studying Policy, Analysis and Management in the College of Human Ecology. Outside of CHR, she is involved in the Young Researchers Program and Women in Healthcare Leadership. In her free time, Grace is an avid runner and a fan-favorite of local eateries! As someone who enjoys reading and writing about healthcare literature, she is fascinated by the ever-changing landscape of healthcare innovation, which is what prompted her to join CHR. Specifically, Grace is interested in developing an equitable healthcare system and increasing access to healthcare in rural areas. In the future, she hopes to pursue a career in healthcare and pharmaceutical consulting or hospital administration. This semester, Grace is excited to help grow CHR's online presence and is happy to be a resource for the CHR staff!
Candice is a junior studying Applied Economics and Management at the Dyson School within the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business. She is a non-traditional student who took time off from Cornell to work in various fields, including healthcare administration. Candice would like to continue working in healthcare or the health food industry on strategy and marketing. Outside of CHR, she writes for Creme de Cornell, leads the D&I Certification Program for the Cornell D&I Business Advisory Council, and co-founded the Non-Traditional Student Organization at Cornell. While she works on CHR’s finances as the Treasurer, she loves working with our writers on their articles as an editor.
Caroline Lee is a junior Biology & Society major in the College of Arts and Sciences. She also hopes to pursue a minor in Nutritional Sciences. Outside of CHR, Caroline enjoys competing with Cornell’s Division I Fencing Team and exploring genetics research in the Wolfner Lab.
Angella is a sophomore Human Biology, Health and Society major in the College of Human Ecology from Vancouver, Canada. Currently, she aspires to pursue a MD-PhD degree and later study the influence of nutrition on neurological diseases as a psychiatrist and researcher. Outside of CHR, Angella is a member of the Human Nutrition and Vitamin Metabolism Research Group at the University of British Columbia, where she studies toddler and maternal nutrition, and its impact on several markers for health. In her free time, Angella can be found reading psychology books, editing photos, bullet journaling, writing cookbooks (feel free to ask her how this happened) and watering her 16 pots of plants. She is so excited to meet as many writers as she can this year! Her goal is to work collaboratively alongside writers as a second pair of eyes, and ensure that there is clear communication throughout the process. She is looking forward to seeing the CHR grow.