Research Assistant, Office of Global Initiatives
Mitch Kimber has worked as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Department and Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. He holds Bachelors Degrees in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology and Nursing, and is currently pursuing his Master of Public Health with a concentration in Global Health. He has engaged in global work including as an MPH Practicum student at UNC Project-Malawi, an intern with the Gillings Humanitarian Health Initiative, a Peacock Fellow with CFK Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, and a Graduate Research Assistant for Gillings Global Solutions.
Mitch has also taught undergraduate students in the School of Nursing as Clinical Faculty for NURS 484: Public Health Nursing in Community Settings. His interests are at the intersection of patient care, workforce strengthening, health equity, and more broadly health systems strengthening. His work with Global Initiatives focuses on building connections to promote interprofessional education and practice, expanding opportunities for students, and supporting the Office’s vision for increased global collaboration.