Co-Editor in chief
Ananya Raghavan is a junior in Columbia University's School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS). She is majoring in biomedical engineering and worked in the Carol Prives Lab as a Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow (SURF). She is very excited to be a part of GYNECA and is overseeing the journalism, editing, and national submission committees. In her free time, she loves running, painting, and playing with her goldendoodle, Copper. On most Sundays she's usually watching a feminist, thriller, or romantic Bollywood movie.
Co-Editor in chief
Nicole Greco is a senior at Columbia College majoring in Chemistry. She is a medical assistant at the Columbia University Fertility Center, part of the Columbia Startup Lab organization, and is working on Outreach in the Columbia SPLASH organization. She oversees art, outreach, social media and layout at GYNECA. She is an aspiring gynecologist and this journal embodies her goal to spread awareness about reproductive health. At GYNECA, she strives to honor the work of undergraduate students at Columbia University, as well as encourage dialogue about the shifting dynamics in this healthcare field. She is looking forward to creating a tightly knit community at GYNECA that strives to give a voice to gender minorities in medicine.
Jonathan Bryson-Harvey is a sophomore at Columbia College considering a major in Economics with a Public Health concentration! Over the summer, he worked as a pharmacy technician, filling prescriptions and seeing firsthand the disparities in adequate healthcare and the financial toll that buying life-saving medications can take on families. He also completed my Emergency Medical Technician training at a local community college. He's very interested in healthcare equity and thinks that starts with equal access to health education and information, which is often neglected when it comes to women and other gender minorities.
Larissa is a junior at Barnard College majoring in Neuroscience and Behavior and minoring in Science and Public Policy. Her experiences as a volunteer in a community health center and as a shadow for an OBGYN allowed her to see the inequities in health that many women face and motivated her to be a voice for other women through journalism. Larissa is also involved in neuroscience research at the New York State Psychiatric Institute where she studies the effects of early life stress on the neural circuits involved in depression. She became part of GYNECA in hopes of raising awareness and initiating conversation about trending issues relating to women’s health.
Rahul Mullick is a senior at Columbia College studying Biology. After witnessing systemic inequities in educational awareness and resources for women's healthcare through his clinical experiences, he was inspired to join Gyneca. Through Gyneca, he has grown as an advocate for women's health and has learned valuable lessons about persistence, leadership, and how access to resources can improve health outcomes. Rahul hopes to continue to grow as a women’s health advocate and leader through his tenure as treasurer for Gyneca.