Sergio Scro

Sergio is the founder of SOGH. His academic background includes a BA in International Relations, an MA in African Studies and a MSc in Public Health, from different institutions in the UK and Sweden. As a student he was member of different unions where he was active and working aside from his programmes. Sergio has been working in the field of sexual health within the LGBTIQ community in London, UK. He has also worked in different NGOs and international organizations such as the World Health Organization, UDHA (Uganda Development and Health Associates), HDI (Health Development Initiative, Rwanda) and others. He has experience in project planning, risk assessment and strategic planning, data collection, project evaluation and staff training.

 

Sanni Kujala

Sanni is co-founder and former director of SOGH. She holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Edinburgh and a Master’s degree in Epidemiology from Karolinska Institutet. Sanni is currently working as a data analyst and she’s passionate about using data and evidence-based approaches to improve human health on a global scale.

Caroline Bjurnemark

Caroline is a first year master student at Karolinska Institutet and one of the previous directors of SOGH. Her interest in medicine as well as trips around the world has sparked a big interest in global health. Her ambition is to contribute to the field of global health and put existing knowledge into action. 

 

Daniel Helldén

Daniel is a medical student and a research assistant at the Karolinska Institutet, he is also studying business at the Stockholm School of Economics. He is co-founder of the Global Health Night initiative and has had leading positions in several student organizations giving him extensive experience in management, fundraising and board work.

Daniel is the former Vice Director of SOGH and by being involved in organizations that increase the possibilities for medical students to get experience within the field of global health, he wants broaden the perspective of the medical field and put global health on the agenda.

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