Diana Kingsbury | Social Researcher
Diana holds a PhD in prevention science from the Kent State University College of Public Health. Her interests include maternal and child health, quality of life throughout the lifespan, refugee health, social network analysis and health behaviors. She is interested in the role of mobile technology in delivering healthcare interventions and health information.
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Emma Barrett Palmer | Expert Adviser
Emma is a skilled and creative facilitator, researcher, educator and leader. She is the Founding Director of humanKINDER Ltd, working for social justice and innovation in the real world. Her unique experiences in humanKINDER design and collaborative innovation enable people to live and work better together. Emma is also co-creator of The Dementia Diaries and Learning Resource.
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Carrie Peterson | Tech Innovator
Carrie is a gerontologist and consultant in eHealth and Innovation. She holds a dual Bachelor in Psychology and Human Services, Master of Science in Applied Gerontology, and Doctorate in Electronic Systems where her research focused on smart home technologies for dementia care and quality of life. Carrie has experience in dementia care, gerontechnology, hospice, and research.
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Sachi Shah | Global Entrepreneur
Sachi is a Global Health Corps fellow where she works as a Communications Associate at the Boys & Girls Club of Newark. She founded a project that trains low-income high-school youth in East Africa to address public health issues in their own communities through entrepreneurial ventures. Sachi graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a degree in developmental studies.
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