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Wivine Ngongo
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Wivine Ngongo

Wivine’s professional background is in medical and public health research, health programs management, community engagement, and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives. However, her passions and experiences center around addressing racial disparities for Black/Indigenous/People of Color (BIPOC) populations. These include her work and collaborations with the Colorado Sickle Cell Treatment and Research Center, the Center for African American Health, the Colorado Public Health Association, the Denver Justice Project, and local community-empowerment groups. She has authored and co-authored publications centering health equity in medical education and has current interest in pursuing a PhD tract in psychology to offer therapy among populations experiencing systemically removed access to behavioral health resources. Her proudest achievement is leveraging her gained knowledge and privileges around sickle cell healthcare to help get her sister cured from the invasive disease in 2020.

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