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Ganaelle Joseph-Senatus

Member, NAAHP Scholarship Committee

Medical Student, New York Medical College

Ganaëlle Joseph-Senatus is a medical student at the New York Medical College (NYMC). Her areas of interests are immigrant mental health, pain management, and health policy. Prior to medical school, Ganaëlle worked as a behavioral care manager in the primary care behavioral health integration department at the Cambridge Health Alliance in Massachusetts. She was also an AmeriCorps Student Civic Fellow in Rhode Island. While in medical school, Ganaëlle was a Primary Care Leadership Program scholar working to increase health outcomes in homeless shelters. She was a recipient of the 2018 NAAHP Leadership Award scholarship. She is currently a NAAHP Scholarship Committee member.

Ganaëlle received her Bachelor of Science degree from Brown University and she is on track to become a doctor in 2021. She was born in Haiti, grew up in Florida, and resides in New York. In her free time, she enjoys salsa dancing and gardening.