The advancement of health equity calls us to elevate the voices of communities waiting to be heard.
Anthony Almazan is originally from Sacramento, California. He graduated from Harvard College with a degree in chemistry and a minor in global health and health policy. At Harvard, he conducted research on molecular mechanisms of HIV control. Outside of the laboratory, he was a member of Boston’s vibrant AIDS activism community and wrote extensively about political obstacles to HIV prevention. As a student, he coordinated one of the largest volunteer organizations on campus, a health education campaign reaching thousands of Boston teenagers each year. He has also worked in Uganda, where he developed alternative rural health intervention protocols to enhance community-driven programming and sustainability. In his free time, Anthony loves traveling in search of beautiful views and warm weather.