social entrepreneur and technology consultant Michael Olsen finds his passion by starting and developing non-profit Kilifi Kids (www.kilifikids.org). The intersection of developing world scope, public health, and technology captures his interest and Olsen decides to immerse himself further in these areas by pursuing a joint Masters of Public Health (MPH) and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Emory University in Atlanta
Gillings School of Global Public Health
Featured Program: The MPH Leadership concentration at UNC, designed for current and aspiring public health professionals alike, prepares students to lead teams, projects, organizations and systems in pursuit of better health outcomes. Through a curriculum that emphasizes design-thinking and system-thinking skills, students will learn how to critically evaluate challenges, mobilize diverse teams and accomplish large-scale change.