Eleanor Grams, Admissions and Operations Senior Associate
The world has the resources to ensure health as a basic right for all people, but there's still a major gap in implementation. I'm proud of GHC for their commitment to cultivating intelligent and caring leaders to bridge this gap and make health equity a reality.
Prior to joining GHC in 2018 as a full time staff member, Eleanor was the Operations Intern in 2016. She graduated from Northeastern University in 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in international affairs and religious studies and a minor in economics. Through Northeastern’s co-op program, she worked as an intern for the anthropology department of the Bishop Museum in Honolulu, where she re-housed and cataloged various artifacts of the Pacific Islands. Eleanor has also worked with German Accelerator, providing operational and marketing support to their small global team, and as a team member at the smallest Trader Joe’s store in the U.S., located in Boston. Eleanor grew up in Minnesota and is currently based in Brooklyn. In her free time she likes hiking, trying to keep her houseplants alive, and exchanging book and music recommendations.
Fun Fact: Growing up, Eleanor’s dream job was to be a zookeeper. And when she is not taking care of all the animals, she is snacking on Trader Joe’s Cheese Crunchies – her guilty pleasure.