Léa Pauline Hunsinger, MPH
Project Specialist, USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health
University of Southern California
Location: SSB 315-04
Léa Pauline Hunsinger is the Project Specialist for the USC Institute on Inequalities in Global Health where she works closely with faculty and the team to gather, analyze and evaluate global data. The goal of her expertise is to produce reliable and understandable to general public resources and material to develop multidisciplinary solutions
She received her MPH in Environmental Health Sciences at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She holds a BS from Houston Baptist University and majored in Biochemistry. She has developed her interest in public health in many different ways. She grew up in Luanda, Angola, where she saw first hand tremendous disparities and inequalities in terms of access to health. Léa has a dual citizenship from France and Angola; seeing how health issues are handled in those three different continents she constantly learns around human health rights and her passion for Global Health is only growing. Léa is driven by a will to strengthen health systems globally with a particular focus on vulnerable populations. Seeing an Improvement in maternal and child’s health in her home country is a priority well supported in the Institute’s environment.