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dkittoe@tulane.edu

Darling Kittoe is a second year Master of Public Health graduate student at Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Her area of focus is HIV & Infectious Diseases within the International Health and Sustainable Development Department. Darling is passionate about working directly with youth at the community level to create sustainable HIV/AIDS interventions globally.

Kittoe holds a B.A. from Lake Forest College in International Relations with minors in Politics and Islamic World Studies. Originally from Chicago, Kittoe has spent years working throughout Southern Africa and Palestine & Israel designing and implementing new curricula, community health interventions, conflict transformation programs, as well as dialogue facilitation programs. Kittoe has extensive international experience having served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Lesotho, Strategic Planning Intern for The Botswana Network on Ethics Law and HIV/AIDS in Botswana, Site Director for Hands of Peace, and Ambassador of the Shoes for Liberia Project to name a few.

In her role as Life Design Graduate Assistant, Darling will communicate, promote, assess, support, and expand meaningful life design programming at Tulane University— helping students identify where their academic interests intersect with their desire to create positive social impact.

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