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2020
Bush Fellowship

Rochester, MN — Dr. Essa Mohamed wants to apply culturally sensible approaches to medical research. He believes more inclusive practices will lead to better informed, more targeted health care solutions and interventions.

2020
Bush Fellowship

Elk Point, SD — Dr. Meghan Curry O’Connell wants South Dakota to become a leader in universal access to affordable, high-quality health care.

2020
Bush Fellowship

Eagan, MN — Vayong Moua was told from an early age that he was his ancestors’ wildest dream. He takes that responsibility seriously as a son, parent and public health leader with a powerful vision for health equity.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Waite Park, MN — Amie Schumacher believes that faith and science, working together, can break the silence, shame and generational cycle of childhood trauma.

2019
Bush Fellowship

White Bear Lake, MN — Ia Xiong is passionate about addressing multicultural considerations in trauma-informed care.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Fort Yates, ND — Jana Gipp (Standing Rock Sioux Tribe) is driven by the health of her community.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Moorhead, MN — Jeannie Krull intends to bring life-changing assistive technology to people with disabilities throughout North Dakota, Minnesota and the Native nations that share the same geography.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Oakdale, MN — Maisha Giles wants to pioneer new strategies to cultivate black female leaders in the public sector.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Sioux Falls, SD — Michaela Seiber (Sisseton-Wahpeton Oyate) wants South Dakota to be a more welcoming, supportive place for LGBTQ people.

2019
Bush Fellowship

Proctor, MN — Miigis Gonzalez (Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe) believes that Indigenous culture is at the root of wellness.

2018
Bush Fellowship

Sioux Falls, SD — Dr. Benson Hsu wants to revolutionize rural health care.

2018
Bush Fellowship

Medina, MN — Yende Anderson has a bold vision to address the shortage of primary care physicians in the region and the lack of diversity in the profession.