Department of Health Care Organization and Policy


  • President: Carrie Buntain
  • Vice President: Honour McDaniel
  • Secretary: Madeline Pratt
  • Treasurer: Jessi Kornegay Lee
  • MCH SAGE Leaders:
    • Eniola Ajayi
    • Abreah Ash
    • Angela Bunt
    • Emily Burch
    • Nick Cataldo
    • Michele Damitio
    • Anushree Gade
    • Liza Kimbo
    • Jillian Ligon
    • Margarita Luedtke
    • Courtney Marlow
    • Matthew Moore
    • Teresa Morescalchi
    • Jessica Morgan
    • Zoha Nizami
    • Benjamin Ngumbi
    • Hadiyah Page
    • Damaris Reid
    • Lindsey Rice
    • Anissa Sanders
    • Drashti Shah
    • Mashal Talat
    • Kerri Tang
    • Elizabeth Tryon-Ebert
  • Advisor: Julie McDougal
Sharing MCH Knowledge & Experience


To enrich & enhance our MCH education

To forge meaningful & lasting relationships

between students, staff & faculty


To promote MCH

within our University & throughout our community


To facilitate student interaction, involvement & 

leadership development



Participate in monthly meetings & help plan/produce events

Participate in community service activities like the Birmingham Mayor's Office's "Take A Child To The Doctor Day" & Pathways Toiletries Drives

Attend MCH SAGE Seminars

Participate in fund raising events, like the Halloween & Valentine's Sales

Participate in MCH SAGE social events

Although MCH SAGE started as an organization for MCH graduate students in the School of Public Health, it has grown to incorporate graduate & undergraduate students from not only various departments within the School of Public Health but also various schools & departments across the University. ALL with an interest in MCH are welcome, whether here on campus or online!

MCH SAGE offers mentorship to new MCH graduate students. New students are paired with current students for mentoring, especially during that critical 1st semester. MCH SAGE mentors assist MCH students with their transition to & connection with academic life.


You can also visit our Engage page
contact Julie McDougal for more information!




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