23 Aug

Jennifer Farrell

Executive Director CriticaLink

Jennifer is a medical school student at Tulane University. As a 2003 SOL participant, Jennifer built a first-aid curriculum in Cape Town, South Africa. Since enrolling in medical school she has brought together her medical background, community building skills, and teaching experience to forefront a project in Bangladesh were she seeks to establish an Emergency Medical Services system.


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