Nadia's drive is to achieve equity by ensuring the safety of all people, affirming their identities and promoting flourishing lives. She aims to coordinate holistic services for those directly or indirectly affected by violence and abuse. In addition, she promotes healthy relationships in our everyday lives by focusing on respect and communication.
Nadia's goals are to use theories and evidence-based tools to create, implement and evaluate health programs that are intersectional, realistic and relevant. In particular, she makes strong connections with communities and groups in order to improve their health and empower their lives. Nadia's background is primarily in the health of marginalized, oppressed and/or vulnerable populations including women and girls, LGBTQ+ people, racial/ethnic minorities, and immigrants. At Stanford, she has a particular focus on graduate students, undergraduate men, undergraduate women, and trans & gender non-conforming students.
MPH, George Washington University, Health Promotion (Prevention and Community Health)
B.S., Cornell University, Biological Sciences (Molecular & Cell Biology) and Development Sociology