Emily Mendenhall holds an MPH in public health from the Hubert Department of Global Health, Emory University. She has conducted research and worked in Zambia, Chile, Guatemala, and Chicago, studying health disparities, reproductive health, mental health, HIV/AIDS, diabetes, migration, and structural violence. She is currently working on her PhD in medical anthropology at Northwestern University.
Kate Winskell, PhD, teaches courses on global health communication, HIV/AIDS, gender, sexuality, and global health at Emory University in Atlanta. With her husband, Daniel Enger, she coordinates the "Scenarios from Africa" HIV/AIDS communication process (www.globaldialogues.org) which inspires tens of thousands of young Africans to write storylines for short films about the epidemic.