CHERIE RAMIREZ, PhD ’12, medical sciences, teaches in the chemistry and physics departments at Simmons University, where she teaches an introductory biochemistry course for public health majors. She is the inaugural STEM faculty fellow at the Center for Excellence in Teaching at Simmons. Previously, she served as the deputy director of Harvard’s Global Learning Studio at the Global Health Education and Learning Incubator, where she developed strategies and capacities for supporting faculty experimenting with educational multimedia. She was a postdoctoral fellow at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health with a joint appointment as a curriculum fellow at the Harvard Global Health Institute. Before her PhD work at Harvard, she was a biochemistry/molecular biology and classical studies double major at Rollins College.

*Ex-Officio Member as HAA Appointed Director