Duke alumni are making important contributions in any field connected to global health, including medical practice, international development, policy and finance, technology and innovation, and academic research. DGHI works to celebrate the achievements of our alumni and to maintain strong connections between students and alumni working in the field.

Stay Engaged with DGHI

  1. Keep your contacts updated
    Make sure you’re signed up for our Worldview monthly newsletter and other news and updates. DGHI alumni should automatically receive these emails, but if we’re using your Duke student email address, that email unfortunately won’t last forever. Be sure Duke has a permanent email address so you continue to get all the news and invitations from us. You can get an alumni email address that lasts a lifetime. Read more details here. Then, update your email preferences with us using the Worldview link above. 
  2. Meet us on LinkedIn
    We’re ramping up our presence on LinkedIn and are regularly sharing alumni news, career development tips and the latest from Duke and DGHI. Make sure you are following DGHI and list the institute in your education and employment profile. And make sure you’re signed up for the Duke Alumni in Global Health group, where you can share job opportunities, news or questions with hundreds of fellow Duke global health graduates.

    While you’re at it, be sure you’re following DGHI on X (formerly Twitter), Facebook, Instagram and YouTube to stay up-to-date on news from the field and happenings around Trent Hall. 

  3. Explore the Duke alumni network
    Find and network with more than 150,000 Duke alumni all over the world through the Duke Alumni Association’s Alumni Network. Only Duke alumni and students have access to this powerful tool, which allows you to search for alumni in specific companies or jobs, or who share Duke affiliations with you. Be sure to keep your career and contact information current so students and classmates can reach you. If you haven’t logged in to your profile, click on the Register button and follow the instructions.
  4. Go ahead, brag a little
    As you launch new adventures and reach new milestones, keep us in the loop. We love to share what alumni are doing with DGHI faculty, staff and students. So let us know.
  5. Share what you’ve learned
    We’re keen to connect alumni with students who can learn from your experiences. If you’re interested in talking to students or you’re planning a trip to campus, contact us.

Meet Our Alumni

Duntan Achwoka
Alumni Stories

Alumni Spotlight: Dunstan Achwoka MS-GH’11

Nour Hammad
Alumni Stories

Alumni Spotlight: Nour Hammad MS’22

Jacob Stocks in Kisumu, Kenya
Alumni Stories

Alumni Spotlight: Jacob Stocks MS-GH’20