Student Health Advisory Board Members

Student Advisory Board - Academic Year Fall, 2018 - Spring, 2019

Kednera Belizaire is a sophomore here at Rutgers Camden and is majoring in Nursing. As a member of the Health Services Student Advisory Board, she hopes to spread more awareness of what Health Services has to offer students. It is very important to her that students also feel comfortable going to Health Services and trust to rely on them when in need. Outside the board, Kednera works at the Office of Housing and Residence Life as an Office Assistant. She like to hangout with her friends and family. Going into the city and Philly to discover new restaurants, shops, and sceneries is one hobby of hers, as well as, cooking and watching Netflix. In the future, she plans to return to school in hopes of a master’s degree and become an APRN with a specialization in Nurse Midwifery.

Abby Cook is a second-year law student with a passion for public interest work specifically around areas of gender-based violence. Originally from New Hampshire, Abby studied political science and history at Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. After graduation, she hopes to work in the public interest sector advocating for survivors of domestic and sexual violence. As a member of the Student Health Advisory Board, she wishes to engage in discussions of mental health and sexual assault on campus.

Kianna Graddy is a junior at Rutgers-Camden. She is a Camden resident and she is majoring in Biology with minors in Chemistry and Business Administration. As a member of the Health Services Advisory Board, she hopes to raise awareness on the opportunities provided through Student Health Services and to address issues concerning mental health on campus. She feels that it is important that students feel comfortable and can rely on Health Services when they need them. She is a member of the Honors College, AMSA, and Q-Step. She recently attended the PULSE Phase I Program at CMSRU. Her career goal is to become a cardiothoracic surgeon as well as build hospitals and clinics for underprivileged areas.