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Alumni Chronicles: Hancy Maxis ’15

As we close out our academic and fiscal year, we are sharing short films of Bard Prison Initiative Public Health Fellows, each of whom have come to the fore as voices of experience and leadership in public health across New York City.

Hancy Maxis ‘15 is working in New York’s largest hospital system, Montefiore Medical Center, as a project manager, helping guide the hospital’s response to COVID-19.

BPI’s Public Health Program prepares students and alumni who are uniquely positioned — through experience, education and expertise — to deliver services, innovate practices, and advocate for equitable policies in public health, health care, and the human services. Learn more at BPI’s new Public Health webpage.

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