Juliet Ryan holds a Masters in Health Policy with a concentration in Global Health from the Yale School of Public Health. Her graduate work included a policy paper on the legal and public health implications of tuberculosis in Brazilian prisons. She graduated from Yale University in 2016 with a B.A. in the History of Science, Medicine and Public Health. After being awarded the Richard U. Light Fellowship, Juliet lived in Taipei for a year to study Mandarin at the National Taiwan University. Juliet is fluent in Mandarin and interned at the World Health Organization in Beijing, China. On the Health Systems team at the WHO, she conducted research on the relationship between urban design and non-communicable disease rates in Chinese cities. Apart from her interests in global health and health disparities, Juliet also is passionate about hiking, Chinese food, and reducing her reliance on plastic products.