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Ali Aboud
Ali was born in Casablanca, Morocco and has lived across Europe and North America before settling in Canada. He has studied Math at the University of Alberta and Computer Science at the University of Calgary. Ali was the Director of Public Relations of the University of Calgary Rotaract club for 3 years. He is fluent in English, French and Arabic and is now learning Japanese. He is also interested in sustainable development, human rights and socio-economics issues.
Ali is currently working in IT in the oil and gas sector.

Serena Cheung
Serena Cheung was one of the team members who worked in Kenya for two months in the summer of 2009 and is currently one of the VP Externals for the Kenya Ceramic Project. She completed three years of a general science degree at the University of Alberta before entering into the medicine program at the U of A in 2008. She enjoys cooking, eating cereal and playing squash.

Jessica Hogan
Jessica Hogan is a newly graduated registered nurse (2009) from the University of Alberta. She is currently working in pediatric critical care and looks forward to diversifying her scope of practice in pediatrics and maternity, one day completing her Masters of Science in Nursing. Jessica has acted as public relations director with the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research (CANFAR), research assistant at the Faculty of Nursing's Qualitative International Studies, and is currently an executive member of the Alberta Global Health Interest Group (AGHIG) in communications. She is very excited about her role as VP Internal for the Kenya Ceramic Project and looks forward to visiting Kenya in the near future to begin her highly anticipated journey in international work.

Abraam Isaac
Abraam is a recent medical graduate, currently completing his residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Born in Giza, Egypt, he has lived the majority of his life in Canada and Japan. In 2003, Abraam graduated from Ross Sheppard High School with an International Baccalaureate diploma and went on to complete three years of an honors degree in molecular genetics at the U of A before transferring into medicine. Upon completion of his specialty training, he plans to pursue a career in a medical field related to international health.

Victoria (Vickie) Lee
Currently in her third year of medicine at the University of Alberta, Vickie is one of the VP Externals for the Kenya Ceramic Project. Before entering medicine, she completed three years of an Honors Neuroscience degree. She is involved in various health education programs, has designed injury prevention programming for Students for Cellphone-Free Driving and developed a girls program for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Her interest in international health began when she travelled to Nepal in 2007 with Volunteer Abroad.

Ruth McGaffigan
Ruth is currently completing her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Alberta. She grew up in rural Alberta, mostly a small village called Strome. She completed her Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Physiology at the U of A and received her medical degree in 2010. She is involved with an inner city needle exchange, promoting medicine as a career to rural high school students, and as a photographer for the student newspaper. Ruth is currently involved in Communication and Archiving with the Kenya Ceramic Project. She enjoys playing the piano, photography and travel.

Katherine Smith
Katherine is a first year resident in the department of Emergency Medicine at the University of Alberta. She grew up in Fredericton, New Brunswick and completed her undergraduate degree at UNB. She helped out with the development of the filters in 2007 and had the opportunity of travelling to Kenya in the summer of 2008. Currently, she heads the research endeavors of the Kenya Ceramic Project. Her initial interest in medicine was sparked on previous trips to Kenya and India. She hopes to build on those experiences with the Kenya Ceramic Project, and to continue to be involved in international work throughout her medical career.

Abdullah Saleh
Abdullah is a recent medical graduate currently completing his residency in General Surgery at the University of Alberta. He was born in Iraq, moved to France at 2 years of age for 7 years, back to Iraq for 3 years, then to Malaysia for 4 years, and finally ending up in Canada in 2000. He obtained a B.Sc. in Biological Sciences from the University of Calgary.
Abdullah spent time in Ecuador over two summers delivering medical supplies, working at a hospital, and leading a team to investigate human and sex trafficking in South America.
He started the ceramic water filtration and stoves project in Kenya in the summer of 2007, leading a team of 2 other medical students to rural Kenya to build a factory and train the locals. These projects are important in providing cheap, effective and appropriate technologies to people in need in developing countries. This initiative is unique in that it combines the local networks available in Kenya both industries and Non Governmental Organizations, as well as resources available in Canada.

Subir Sutradhar
Subir Sutradhar was born and raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland. He is currently in his final year of medical school at the University of Alberta. He studied biochemistry at Memorial University before entering into medicine. Subir has had an interest in development work from an early age, seeing the challenges faced by his family living in rural areas of India and Bangladesh. He was involved with Oxfam while in Newfoundland and has been working on the Kenya Ceramic Project since starting medical school in 2007. Subir is pursuing a career in the field of general surgery and plans on incorporating development work and international health into his career.
Subir enjoys doing math, playing ping-pong, watching Sylvester Stallone movies, and working on the restoration of balance in the world.

Andre Isaac
Andre was born in Giza, Egypt and has lived in Canada since he was very young. He attended the University of Alberta during his undergraduate years, and is currently completing his Doctor of Medicine degree at the U of A. He has been involved in several international development initiatives with Rotary International, and joined the Kenya Ceramic Project team in 2009. Andre has been to Kenya twice to work on-site, and started as the Executive Director for the Kenya Ceramic Project in September 2010. Along with members from Village Volunteers and Common Ground for Africa, Andre makes up one third of the KCP board that provides the vision and goals for the project.

 
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