Samantha Strelzer (’20) was a featured author in the Harvard Public Health Review, which published her senior thesis, “Why Do International Organizations Fail in Responding to Epidemics? An Analysis of State Incentives Through the Lens of International Organizations.”
The thesis was written prior to COVID-19 for her senior seminar with Associate Professor of Politics and International Affairs Dr. Will Waldorf. She has since extrapolated her research to include the COVID-19 pandemic. After working in surgical healthcare in Boston, Strelzer is pursuing her master’s degree at Emory University Rollins School of Public Health (’23).