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Ahuva Hanau

Policy Analysis Inc
Policy Analysis Inc
Unique Deliveries LLC
Botswana

Biography

Ahuva Hanau is a graduate of Brandeis University. She received her Bachelors of Science in Health: Science, Society, and Policy and Biology in May 2016. Currently, she is working as a Research Assistant at Policy Analysis Inc (PAI) in Brookline, MA. During her senior year of undergraduate study, she began coursework at The Heller School at Brandeis University where she is expected to earn a Master of Public Policy in December 2019. In her undergraduate courses she has done research on transgender and gender nonconforming folks' access to healthcare services and has examined differences in the osteopathic and allopathic educational models with regard to primary care physician output. As part of her senior capstone project, she studied physician-assisted dying in the context of the proposed Massachussetts Compassionate Care for the Terminally Ill Act.  Throughout her time at Brandeis, she was an active member of the women's rugby team, serving as President, Captain, and Match Secretary, as well as an elected representative to the Club Sports Council. As an upper class-woman, she was involved with Global Brigades, serving as the Medical Chapter President during her senior year. She was also an active member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, serving in various positions including Director of Finance, Sisterhood Chair, New Member Educator, Risk Management Chair, and Standards' Board member. During the five summers immediately before and during her time at Brandeis, she worked full time hours at Highland Hospital in Rochester, NY as an Operating Room Assistant.

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Ahuva Hanau is a graduate of Brandeis University. She received her Bachelors of Science in Health: Science, Society, and Policy and Biology in May 2016. Currently, she is working as a Research Assistant at Policy Analysis Inc (PAI) in Brookline, MA. During her senior year of undergraduate study, she began coursework at The Heller School at Brandeis University where she is expected to earn a Master of Public Policy in December 2019. In her undergraduate courses she has done research on transgender and gender nonconforming folks' access to healthcare services and has examined differences in the osteopathic and allopathic educational models with regard to primary care physician output. As part of her senior capstone project, she studied physician-assisted dying in the context of the proposed Massachussetts Compassionate Care for the Terminally Ill Act.  Throughout her time at Brandeis, she was an active member of the women's rugby team, serving as President, Captain, and Match Secretary, as well as an elected representative to the Club Sports Council. As an upper class-woman, she was involved with Global Brigades, serving as the Medical Chapter President during her senior year. She was also an active member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority, serving in various positions including Director of Finance, Sisterhood Chair, New Member Educator, Risk Management Chair, and Standards' Board member. During the five summers immediately before and during her time at Brandeis, she worked full time hours at Highland Hospital in Rochester, NY as an Operating Room Assistant.

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