Class of 2015
Chelsea Ducille graduated from Duke with a Bachelors of Arts in Women’s Studies and matriculated into a Master of Science Program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She received her MSPH in Population, Family, and Reproductive Health in 2017. Ducille worked at Johns Hopkins doing disaster response and preparedness research for two years, before matriculating to UNC for her PhD in Maternal and Child Health.
How has being a Gender, Sexuality & Feminist Studies (formerly Women's Studies) graduate from Duke University help shape your professional success?
Women’s Studies has informed my entire career. I entered Duke as a premed student planning to major in chemistry, and found Women’s Studies through an elective seminar. My interests in healthcare and my fascination with the placement of the female body within society, has led to my deviation from medicine and my entrance into Public Health. I now work for the protection of Black female