Susan Connolly has an MPH from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Susan served as a Peace Corps Health Volunteer in Mauritania where she worked with teachers and students to promote malaria and HIV prevention. She has conducted qualitative research on gender, nutrition and agriculture in Asia and is interested in human rights and health.
Pheun Phadalis has a BA in Education from the Royal University of Phnom Penh's Institute of Foreign Languages. She is interested in human development, particularly in rural areas. Her career goal is to work with an international organization in Cambodia.
Leah Scandurra has an MA in International Development and Global Health Affairs from the University of Denver. Leah has over five years of experience conducting qualitative research with at-risk populations. She is interested in the barriers and motivators to health behaviors, how communication can effect behavior change, and has spent several years teaching and volunteering in Asia.
Khorn Daro will soon be completing his BA in International Relations from Paññāsāstra University of Cambodia (PUC). Daro has over three years of experience in the education field teaching high-school students. He is interested in the study of politics and economics of countries, in community development work, and has volunteered with a number of organizations in Phnom Penh.