Kamisha Curtis completed her undergraduate career at the University of Rochester focusing on Russian language and pre-medicine. During her time there, she conducted both genetics and clinical research at the university’s medical center. She then went on to retrieve her master’s degree in public health at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, with concentrations in international health and development as well as complex emergencies. While there, she worked with the New Orleans Health Department in the behavioral and mental health sectors. She also served as a research assistant for a project that cultivated in her keen interest in building resilience and food security via health programs in marginalized communities. Both of these factors are impacted by and affect HIV/AIDS mortality and incidence rates. Her interests will assist Serving People with HIV/AIDS’ mission to increase access to antiretroviral drugs to the underserved regions and communities of the world that need it most.
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