Delaine Teabout Thomas, MPH Candidate

Delaine in a red dress wearing a Haitian graduation stole

Pronouns: She/Her/Hers
United States

Delaine Teabout Thomas (she/her) is a Project Research Assistant for the Center of Global Health and Social Responsibility, working closely and happily with the Director of Global Women's Health, Dr. Rahel Nardos. Delaine's research is focused on understanding local-global women's health in the Twin Cities and surveying the global health postgraduate medical landscape.

Prior to her work at the Center, Delaine led short-term social service teams in Pune, India and coordinated trauma-informed storytelling programs for refugees in Columbus, Ohio. As an Afro-American and daughter of a Haitian immigrant born into an underserved community, She is passionate about the thriving of all women and children, antiracism in health care, and global partnerships rooted in humility and anti-paternalism.

Delaine graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health at The Ohio State University and is currently earning a Master of Public Health in Public Health Administration and Policy at UMN.