Sydney Kletter is a junior Health Sciences major with a concentration in Global and Comparative Public Health from Minneapolis, MN. She plans to join the Peace Corps upon graduation. Her favorite memory was seeing the Kikawanda Health Center and all the good things it does for the community.
Margo Wohlfeil is a sophomore BCMB/Chemistry double major. Her favorite part of the trip was experiencing every aspect of a culture so completely different than her own. Inspired by all the amazing people she met, she was challenged to change the world, no matter how small the difference.
Hayley LeBlanc is a junior Neuroscience and Psychology double Major. She has traveled to Uganda twice. She is currently working on finding a sustainable water filtration system for the Sure Prospects Institute. Her favorite memory in Uganda was seeing zebra cross the road in front of her safari van.
Lauren Riley is a junior Marketing & International Business Double Major from Denver,Colorado. Her favorite memory of Uganda is going on safari and being woken up by hippos and receiving her local name, "Namutebi" which means queen. She hopes to publish a book telling the stories of those who have been wrongly imprisoned in Uganda.
Karli Kisch is a junior Psychology major, Biology minor from Eagan, Minnesota. Her favorite memories from the trip are the day spent with the kids at Sure Prospects school, and seeing the Kikandwa Health Clinic opening. She is currently involved with the Days for Girls Project and has recently begun helping with water project.
Megan Lindmark is a junior Environmental Science major with a Global Comparative Health Concentration from Stilwell, Kansas. She first traveled to Uganda in the summer of 2014 and has since returned in August of 2015 to do further research on sustainable water systems.
Ali Hassan is a senior Biochemistry, Cell & Molecular Biology major from Waukee, Iowa. His favorite memories from the trip were sharing laughter and love with the Ugandan children at Sure Prospects and Kikandwa and walking amongst the giraffes on the safari.
Aaron Feldman is a junior Political Science and Data Analytics major from Clarendon Hills, Illinois. His favorite memory was scoring two soccer goals against the inmates at the Luzira prison.
Daniel Creese is a junior majoring in Finance from Boston, MA who went to Uganda in the summer of 2014. He is excited to be in the sustainable development course at Drake to continue to help make a sustainable difference for Uganda.
Morgan Dezenski is a senior Marketing and Public Relations major from Eden Prairie, Minnesota. Morgan went to Uganda in the summer of 2014. Her favorite experiences of the trip were meeting all of the MUBS students, going to Sure Prospects, Kikandwa Health Center and the safari.
Melissa Snavely is an Accounting and Finance double major from La Farge, Wisconsin. Her favorite memories from the trip to Uganda where from dancing with the children at the opening of the health clinic, spending time at Sure Prospects, and watching the sun rise in Jinja over the White Nile River.
Graham is a philosophy and biology double major from Aurora, IL. His favorite memories from Uganda are getting the opportunity to play a soccer match in Luzira Prison and meeting his fiance, Jess, while in country. Graham hopes to follow in the footsteps of past students and continue work on building the health center in Kikandwa.
Erin Sawasky is a sophomore Actuarial Science and Finance Major from Milwaukee, WI. She went to Uganda on the 2015 summer trip. Her favorite memory of the trip was distributing teddy bears to children at TASO (The AIDS Support Organization) because she got to see the big impact that small acts of kindness can have.
Ed Kakenmaster is a Junior accounting/finance major with an Insurance concentration from Libertyville, Illinois. Ed traveled to Uganda following his freshman year in May of 2014. Ed particularly enjoyed learning about, and seeing first hand, the role entrepreneurship plays in the Ugandan economy.
Chintan Barot is a student pharmacist from Schaumburg, IL. His favorite memory of the trip was shadowing a local physician and learning about pharmaceutical care in Uganda.
Lisa Feldmann from Milwaukee, WI is in her first year of the PharmD program and has a psychology minor. Her favorite memory of Uganda was doing research on supplying women and girls in Kikandwa Village with reusable sanitary supplies. She also enjoyed teaching a grammar lesson to children at Sure Prospects.