• About:

      Isabella Divilova is a junior at Hunter College set to graduate in June 2018. She is a Roosevelt Scholar as well as part of the Thomas Hunter Honors Program where she is creating her own individual major,  combining behavioral social sciences with public health. She is also pursuing the Public Policy certificate from the Roosevelt House. Her passion for public health and caring to the most vulnerable populations at a local, national, and global level stems from her first internship with the Women’s Health Program at Interfaith Medical Center at the ripe age of 14. Since then, she’s interned at the Mayor’s Office, was a lead field coordinator, peer educator, and site supervisor at Mount Sinai’s Adolescent Health Center, was part of a design team at the CUNY School of Public Health, and was an Edward T. Rogowsky intern where she interned at Assemblywoman Deborah Glick’s office. This summer she will explore the nuances between public health and media and communications at the NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College. After graduation she hopes to move to the west coast to pursue masters degrees in public health and public policy.