Alumni


Daniel Camp, MPH

Public Health Program Associate

Daniel’s research studies the intersection of drug use, mental health, sexuality, and HIV health outcomes. He will be attending medical school in fall of 2021, where he hopes to integrate public health and social medicine to address health disparities among marginalized communities. In his spare time, you can find him riding his bike, spending time outdoors, or looking for new food spots.


Drew Wood-Palmer, MPH

Graduate Research Assistant

Drew Wood-Palmer is a recent graduate of Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health. Drew’s interests include all things related to health policy and improving access to care, health outcomes and patient satisfaction within marginalized communities. In her spare time, Drew likes to attend concerts (Pre-Covid) and spend time with family and friends. 


Shamia Moore, MPH

Public Health Program Associate

Shamia is particularly interested in increasing engagement in mental health care among people living with HIV. Shamia plans to attend nursing school in 2021 with the goal of combining clinical nursing skills with her public health research background in order to continue to promote health equity for individuals and communities impacted by HIV.


Eniola Lawal, MPH

Graduate Research Assistant

Eniola Lawal is a recent graduate of the Rollins School fo Public Health at Emory University. Eniola’s interests include improving HIV-related outcomes in marginalized communities, mental health promotion, and preventive care interventions through policy. His favorite part of being a member of EmPOWER is the collaborative spirit, and how we support and educate each other to constantly improve. He plans to pursue a career in medicine with the use of his public health background.


Kiran Lalani, MPH

Graduate Research Assistant

Kiran is currently a second-year student at the Rollins School for Public Health at Emory University in the Global Epidemiology concentration. Her interests lie in improving HIV-related outcomes associated with stigma in the global community, mental health awareness, and preventive care through a mixed method approach. In her spare time, Kiran loves to go hiking, try a new recipe, and go on food adventures with family and friends. 


Quasheba Allen

Graduate Research Assistant

Quasheba is a first-year student in the Department of Behavioral, Social, and Health Education Sciences. Quasheba’s interests include Black immigrant health, LGBTQ+ health, and sexual and reproductive health. They also have interest in the use of storytelling as a public health intervention and for developing trauma-informed care for Black Queer communities and violence survivors. Outside of their studies, they love to travel and dance; Quasheba is an artist and currently engages in digital painting.

Munira Mohamed

Undergraduate Research Assistant

Munira is currently a fourth-year student at the Emory College of Arts and Sciences studying Anthropology and Human Biology.  She hopes to one day work in the public health sphere, specifically in epidemiological research and community advocacy work. Her research interests include the promotion of mental health, HIV/AIDS awareness, as well as improving maternal and child health. When she isn’t studying, Munira enjoys strumming her ukelele and scrolling through Tik-Tok for a lengthy amount of time.