Becoming a GHC fellow provided me with the opportunity to unite and invoke real change with "my people" - a family fueled by a passion to change the face of global health.
Annie Cameron is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She attended Saint Louis University where she majored in nutrition and dietetics. She continued on at SLU to receive her Master of Science in nutrition with an emphasis in public health as well as completed her didactic internship to become a registered dietitian. As an undergraduate, she co-founded a feminist movement called Free To Be, which was a week of events for students to explore and dialogue about social justice issues related to feminism and equality. With a passion for women and child nutrition, she was the primary investigator on a research study to assess the nutritional quality of children’s diets in Belize. In her free time, Annie can be found cooking simple, delicious food.