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September 1st, 2020

Meet an ID Alum: Natasha Glendening

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Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

Dr. Harikeerthan Raghuram

September 1st, 2020

Meet an ID Alum: Natasha Glendening

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Estimated reading time: 4 minutes

Current ID Student Ambassador, Harikeerthan Raghuram interviews LSE ID alumnus and previous student ambassador, Natasha Glendening, about her year at LSE and how her masters is helping her now as Social Researcher at Department for Transport, UK. Natasha is also an incoming PhD candidate (Public Health) at University of California, Irvine.

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This interview was conducted and edited byDr. Harikeerthan Raghuram (LinkedIn). 

The views expressed in this post are those of the author and in no way reflect those of the International Development LSE blog or the London School of Economics and Political Science. 

About the author

Dr. Harikeerthan Raghuram

Dr. Harikeerthan Raghuram is an alumnus of the MSc Health and International Development and a recipient of the Wellcome Award. He currently works as a Project Coordinator at Sangath, a public health research NGO in India. His interests are in health equity, trans-health, mental health, participatory research and implementation science.

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