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Project HEAL Trainees

Genevieve Hornik

Law Trainee, Summer 2017
University of Baltimore Law School

Genevieve Hornik is a rising, second-year law student at the University of Baltimore Law School.  She earned a bachelor’s degree in English and has taught in both middle school and high school.  Before moving to Maryland two years ago, Genevieve lived in the United Kingdom (UK), Florida, Louisiana, and Colorado.  She was involved with education in each location through teaching, tutoring, or volunteering within local school systems.  She was also heavily involved with the military community serving as a Key Spouse both in the UK and Stateside. Genevieve earned a University of Baltimore Students for Public Interest grant to work full-time with Project HEAL for 10 weeks this summer.    

Moyo Koya

Law Trainee, Summer 2017
University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law

Moyo Koya is a rising second-year law student at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law. As an undergraduate, Moyo earned a bachelor of science in neurobiology and physiology from the University of Maryland, College Park. Prior to law school, Moyo volunteered at Saint Agnes Hospital in Baltimore, and she worked for the Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute in Washington D.C., helping the Evaluation and Analysis Team gage the effectiveness of medical research methodologies. Moyo is excited to be working with Kennedy Krieger patients and families through Project HEAL, and she hopes that the opportunity will provide her with experience and skills to pursue her ultimate career goal of working with organizations and medical-legal partnerships that advocate for vulnerable patient populations.

Aaron Brown

Law Trainee, Summer 2017
Winston-Salem State University

Aaron Brown is a rising senior at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina. At Winston-Salem State, Aaron studies biology and psychology with a concentration in pre-health studies and neuroscience. Aaron is very excited to be working with Project HEAL this summer and hopes that this experience will give him more insight on how law, medicine, and policy all tie in together. After completion of his bachelor's degree, Aaron plans to continue his studies and enter into a master's of public health program with a concentration in health policy and management. Aaron was offered a position as a trainee through Kennedy Krieger Institute's MCHC/RISE-UP Scholar's program, which allows him to work with Project HEAL and physicians' in the Institute's outpatient clinic for 10 weeks during the summer.

Carumey Stevens

Law Trainee, Summer 2017
Cornell University

Carumey Stevens is a rising junior at Cornell University, where she is majoring in human development with concentrations in human neuroscience and social/personality development and minors in education and inequality studies. At Cornell, she is heavily involved in volunteer work in local Ithaca schools with students managing social, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Carumey is interested in improving mental health support and treatment for youth, who identify with marginalized identities, specifically through advocacy and clinical work within the public school system. This summer, Carumey will be interning with Project HEAL as well as the Neurobehavioral Outpatient Clinic at Kennedy Krieger Institute through Kennedy Krieger Institute's MCHC/RISE-UP Scholar's program.

Kennedy Krieger Recognizes Project HEAL Funders

On Monday, May 22, 2017, Kennedy Krieger Institute honored Project HEAL’s partners Jim MacLaughlin, Kevin Havens and Ron Howard from RE/MAX Preferred with the Henry A. Rosenberg, Jr.  Community Spirit award. The award, presented to RE/MAX at the Institute’s society party, honors those who, like its namesake Henry Rosenberg, have demonstrated service to Kennedy Krieger and the community at large.

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