Vanderbilt institute of global health:
Global Health Case Competition
S.E.E. Siloam (2021) – Semifinalist
The case topic for 2021 was “Addressing Challenges to Provision of Mental Health Care in Nashville’s Foreign-Born Populations” in collaboration with Siloam Health, a healthcare nonprofit. My team created S.E.E. Siloam (Strengthening, Equipping, & Empowering ASRIs to Improve Mental Health Access), which applied the Candidacy Framework and was grounded in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs.
AIM Abuja (2020) – 2nd Place Winners
For the 2020 challenge, my team had to address maternal health challenges in Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) camps in Abuja, Nigeria. We developed AIM Abuja, (Advancing IDP Maternal Health in Abuja, Nigeria), with key recommendations proposing clean water access, sanitation, and community-led maternal healthcare.
STAIRS (2019) – Semifinalist
The 2019 challenge centered around improving non-communicable disease care through expansion of the services of Lwala Community Alliance in Kenya. My team and I developed S.T.A.I.R.S (Supporting, Training, & Access in Rural Sectors).
The Hult Prize 2020
Hult Prize @ Vanderbilt University | 2nd Place
REGIONALS SUMMIT – MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA | 1ST PLACE WINNER
GLOBAL ACCELERATOR 2020 | TOP 40 International TEAMS
The Hult Prize, a global social entrepreneurship competition often referred as the Nobel Prize for students worldwide, is a partnership between the Hult Prize Foundation and the United Nations Foundation, supported by former U.S. President Bill Clinton for a prize of $1 million in seed-capital.
The Hult Prize introduced and immersed me into the world of entrepreneurship, providing me an opportunity to develop a conceptual business idea and bringing it to life. With Kelly Chang, we created muda, a start-up curating selections of earth-conscious fashion apparel to transform the way we shift towards a more sustainable lifestyle.
CORNERSTONE RESEARCH CASE COMPETITION
NATIONAL FINALIST, Vanderbilt University
My team analyzed the competitive effects of a proposed merger between two major players in the healthcare diagnostics market, providing a data-driven opinion as to whether the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) should allow the two companies to merge.
DELOITTE CASE COMPETITION 2020
2nd Place winner, Vanderbilt University
The Deloitte Undergraduate Case Competition at Vanderbilt brings together top student teams to develop recommendations for a simulated, real-life client. For the 2020 competition, my team recommended the creation of a new product line for a major toy manufacturer, the restructuring of the company’s organizational functions, and a go-to-market strategy that would increase ROI by over 80%.