Dr. Jalloh is a United Nations (UN) certified International Civil Servant with extensive international experience that include expertise in global health and health disparities, as well as multicultural health. Extensive experience in coordinating and working with diverse school districts across Iowa. Years of successful mentoring of underserved/minority students, and helping them navigate the college process as first-generation college students. Extensive experience working with diverse groups of students and young people from different countries, ethnicities, and academic backgrounds. Globally, collaborates with scholars from diverse disciplines who are interested in promoting and improving the health and well-being of people and communities. For example, helped organize an international field-school in Perus, Sao Paolo, Brazil, which comprised of scholars and students from over 20 countries.
Member, Youth Ambassador's Committee [Jan 2017-Jul 2020].
Member, Board of Directors [Mar 2016-Dec 2018].
Chair, United Nations Commission [Mar 2012-Jun 2016].
Chairman,Sierra Leone Refugee Community in Egypt [Jan2002-Nov 2004]
Member, Refugee Community Advisory Board [Jan2003-Nov 2004].
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