Cassidy Nelson is an Advanced Public Health Trainee working in Communicable Disease Public Health Medicine for the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. After completing her medical degree at the University of Queensland in 2012, she has worked in a diverse range of hospital and laboratory-based medicine around Australia. She has been named a World Economic Forum ‘Global Shaper’ and has volunteered with a number of organisations, including The Life You Can Save in Melbourne and the International Humanity Foundation in Kenya and Indonesia. She is passionate about effective altruism and evidence-based giving, striving for actions that reduce suffering and ensure a positive future for generations to come.
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