Priyambda Kumra is pursuing her master’s degree in public health (MPH) at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She received her first dose of the flu vaccine after moving to the United States from India. She describes how her experiences motivate her to advocate for vaccines.
On Mother's Day, we recognize the stories of moms like Bella and the sacrifices they make so their children are protected against vaccine-preventable diseases.
Sydney Perlotto has extensive experience working with USAID, an agency that supports Shot@Life’s mission. Now, as a public health master’s student with a concentration in social and behavioral sciences at Yale University, she has joined Shot@Life’s cause as an advocate.
During World Immunization Week, we explore the pandemic-driven declines in routine vaccinations and the risk of history repeating itself.
After growing up in Singapore, Jaclyn Lo moved to the United States to pursue her bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Bryn Mawr College. She explains how her various leadership and service opportunities impacted her work with Shot@Life as a first-time advocate.
As a pediatric nurse, Brittany Bradshaw has witnessed the repercussions of missed immunizations firsthand. She speaks about what inspired her to pursue a path in nursing, which has driven her advocacy work to improve vaccine access.
Read our quick roundup with resources to help you stay informed about the latest vaccine news, as well as tips on effective advocacy.
Growing up in a family of healthcare workers from India, Hiral Karelia has been aware of the importance of lifesaving vaccines since she was young. Now pursuing a Master of Public Health at the University of New Haven, she seeks to advocate for vaccines for all, especially those in need in her home country.
Longtime Shot@Life advocate, Folake Olayinka, an epidemiologist at the Texas Department of State Health Services, shares how she has grown through her work with Shot@Life.
First-time advocate and Cornell University master's student Aaron Connolly highlights how his advocacy work has shaped his interest in the policy side of public health.
As we commemorate International Women’s Day this year, we want to spotlight a few inspiring women who highlight that we all have the power to make a difference and advocate for the issues that we are passionate about.
Last week, nearly 100 Champions came to D.C. to hear from global health experts and meet with members of Congress on Capitol Hill, spreading the message that we need lifesaving #VaccinesForAll.