Gabriela Oseguera Serra ’20, of Galloway, New Jersey, is a politics concentrator focusing on international relations. As the 2019 Gilbert S. Omenn '61 and Martha A. Darling MPA '70 scholar, she is pursuing a certificate in Global Health and Health Policy (GHP). In summer 2017, Oseguera was the recipient of the John C. Bogle ’51 fellowship, which enabled her to work for the nonprofit environmental organization Climate Central. Oseguera also interned with Princeton In Asia in the summer of 2018, a cultural and language exchange program, teaching English in Jishou, China. On campus, Oseguera is the co-president of the Princeton University Pluralist Society (PUPS), a club that brings people from different perspectives together to discuss current events. She has a passion for health and health care accessibility, and is the campaign co-director of GlobeMed, which raises money to support the COVE Alliance clinic in Uganda and awareness about global health and health care access. Oseguera is also a fellow for the Pace Center Juniors Fellow Program and a mentor for the Service Focus cohort on Health and Healthcare. She is currently one of the three GHP junior student representatives.
In summer 2019, Gabriela interned at the Peace Corps in the Office of Global Health and HIV.