Jenesis Duran is an award-winning debater and graduate of Washington Latin Public Charter School. She served on the National Youth Board for the League of United Latin American Citizens. She attended national conventions to promote social justice and led recruitment campaigns to advocate for Latino diversity and inclusion. She was treasurer for Model UN/Debate, and participated in the Georgetown Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program. She studies global health at Yale for a career in medicine or law.
At Yale Jenesis has primarily immersed herself in the fields of global health and medicine. She is currently a staff writer for the Yale Global Health Review, and volunteers with the Hypertension Awareness and Prevention Program at Yale, where she takes the blood pressures of numerous New Haven residents. Jenesis also serves with the American Red Cross and Minority Association of Pre-medical Students. During a summer internship, Jenesis worked with Yale's medical Ophthalmology department to conduct a research project on pharmaceutical companies and their contributions to the field of ophthalmology. Her fall semester plans include working in a laboratory facility, volunteering with the Haven Free Clinic, and continuing in her commitment to the aforementioned extracurricular programs. In the future, Jenesis hopes to pursue a double major in Global Health and Neuroscience.
High school: Washinton Latin Public Charter School
Yale CollegeNew Haven, CT
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