Chelsea Ducille is currently a PhD candidate in Maternal and Child Health at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health and a Carolina Population Center Population Science Trainee. Her research focuses on maternal and child health outcomes in low-resource settings, access to healthcare, border crossing for healthcare, and the effects of migration on family health. She has a diverse set of experiences in global and domestic public health research, where she examines health inequality, barriers to access to care, and migration or border crossing for healthcare. Chelsea has been a North Carolina resident for nine years, but is a Raleigh newcomer. She is excited to learn more about her Raleigh community and get involved in the wonderful community-based work happening here.

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