Kaja is a rising senior at Middlebury College, where she is majoring in biology with minors in global health and applied anthropology. She is particularly interested in the benefits of anthropology for public policy, social programming, and medical education. In history and anthropology courses at Middlebury, she has explored these disciplines through the transnational study of maternal health networks. Most recently, she has transplanted her interest in mobile medical discourses to examine travelling clinic services locally in Vermont. Kaja also enjoys volunteering in a microbiology lab on campus and looks forward to pursuing graduate work in public health and biological research. In her free time, you can find Kaja climbing, skiing, sailing, and baking galettes.