Dr. Chelsea Jalloh (she/her) completed her Bachelor's, Master's, and PhD in Education at the University of Manitoba. For over 15 years, Chelsea has worked within the fields of community health and education with a particular focus on groups experiencing health inequities. For the past 8 years, Chelsea has worked at the University of Manitoba in the field of health professions education; in 2021 she joined the Office of Education and Faculty Development as an Educational Specialist for the Max Rady College of Medicine. Themes of social determinants of health, social accountability, and systemic change to respond to community-identified priorities extend throughout her work, studies, research, and volunteering. A proud Auntie of an energetic 6-year-old living with cystic fibrosis, Chelsea is a provincial advocate and active member of the Manitoba Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis Canada.
Chelsea Jalloh (Winnipeg, MB)
Age 12, Toronto, Ontario
My name is Mia Gaudenzi and I’m 12 years old. I was born a seemingly healthy baby until around 3 years old when I became ill with pneumonia regularly. Doctors just thought I was unlucky until I had my sweat chloride tests to rule out CF.Read More