Subecha Dahal is a Master’s in Public Health candidate (2019) at Dornsife School of Public Health at Drexel University. From Kathmandu, Nepal, Subecha is a Dornsife Fellow and is currently supporting Unicef supported project to develop a global framework to measure & evaluate social norms changes in female genital mutilation. Previous to this, Subecha was working as a project coordinator with VaxTrac, a global health non-profit in Washington D.C., where she first served as an Atlas Corps Fellow. At VaxTrac, Subecha supported the coordination of vaccine related mHealth projects that were implemented in partnership with Unicef, WHO and CDC. As an Atlas Corps Alumni, Subecha is a part of a diverse group of emerging nonprofit young leaders from all over the world. Subecha completed her graduate degree in sociology from Pune University in India, where she also completed her undergraduate studies. Through her work in public health, Subecha hopes to address existing health disparities.

Host Organization : VaxTrac