Henrieke Max is a second year Bachelor student of Integrated Social Sciences at Jacobs University Bremen. As an intern at the Social Science Research Center Berlin, she has been engaged in research on ethnic discrimination in the German labor market. Her research interests center around (forced) migration, discrimination, and integration. Her positions as research assistant have sparked an interest in cross-cultural comparative research. At ASAP, she works on promoting, evaluating, and improving the Global Colleagues program. Henrieke is eager to join ASAP in its mission to foster the positive impact of poverty-focused academia.
Matthew_Hughsam_Headshot Matthew Hughsam is a third year student in the Bachelor of Health Sciences program (Global Health Specialization) at McMaster University. As an intern with ASAP, he is working to support the development of the Chapter Network. Additionally, he serves as Research Assistant at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre in Toronto, the Global Strategy Lab at uOttawa, and the McMaster Health Forum Impact Lab. Matthew is passionate about applying academic research to address health and social inequities, and his interests revolve around health policy, knowledge translation, international law, and human rights.
maeve kennedy photo Maeve Kennedy has recently completed a Bachelor of Commerce and a Master of Development Studies (Development & Gender) at the University of Melbourne. She is passionate about social justice and sustainable development, with particular interests in social inclusion, gender equality, and sustainable, equitable food and trade systems. She currently works in agricultural policy in Melbourne, and is very excited to join the ASAP team as a Social Media Intern.
Hayley Hayley Tomkinson is currently in her third year of study at the Bachelor of Health Sciences Program at Western University. She is pursuing an Honors Specialization in Health Sciences and is interested health care reform that supports health equality. She is excited to contribute to ASAP’s mission in her role as Communications Intern.