Vaishnavi Mansabdar (she/her) is an accomplished public health professional with a broad range of skills and experiences. She is an international student from Mumbai, India, and is currently pursuing her Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) in Leadership and Management at Claremont Graduate University, specializing in Healthcare Policies and Community-Based Translational Research. Her academic background includes a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biochemistry, with a dual degree in Food Science and Quality Control from the University of Mumbai, and a Master’s in Public Health MPH from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Science, Boston.
In addition to her education in the science field, Vaishnavi is pursuing a Master’s in Performing Arts and teacher training. Her area of specialization is Bharatnatyam, an Indian classical dance form recognized by UNESCO. This diverse range of skills and experiences showcases Vaishnavi’s passion for pursuing a multidisciplinary approach to problem-solving and enhancing patient care. Her research interests focus on advancing healthcare oncology policy for cancer survivors, and developing a novel concept of dance therapy that complements physical therapy in healthcare treatments.
Through her professional endeavors, she is committed to making significant contributions to the field of healthcare policy and patient care. Her multidisciplinary background and diverse skill set enable her to bring a unique perspective to healthcare policymaking and research. Vaishnavi’s drive and passion for enhancing patient care make her an exceptional candidate for future leadership roles in the healthcare industry.