Mohini graduated from Smith College in May 2013 and is a research assistant at The Hastings Center. She is committed to raising awareness of ethical quandaries and fostering respectful, inclusive discussion. Her research interests are in distribution of resources during natural and human made disasters, antibiotic resistance, dementia care, and global health law.
Michelle graduated from McMaster University in 2014 with an honors B.A. in English and philosophy. She is now studying technical writing through Algonquin College in Ontario, Canada. Her academic interests lie in language & linguistics, ethics, and ancient philosophies.
Chelsea A. Jack
Chelsea is a Research Assistant at The Hastings Center. She graduated with highest distinction from the University of Virginia, where she received a B.A. in political and social thought and anthropology with a minor in bioethics. Her research interests include medical and legal anthropology, political and social theory, bioethics, and contemporary feminist thought.
Pooja is a recent graduate of Northwestern University, where she received a B.A. in English Literature. Her research interests include the causes of health disparities among ethnic and racial groups and health issues pertaining to medically underserved populations.