Rachel Boveja is an Academic Advisor and the Career Coordinator for the IU 21st Century Scholars Program at Indiana University Bloomington. Prior to her role, Rachel served as an Associate Instructor in the IU School of Public Health (SPH-H 180: Stress Prevention & Management, SPH-H 205: Intro to Health Education, SPH-H 263: Personal Health), Summer Program Assistant for the IU Kelley School of Business Institute for International Business, Wellness Program Manager for the IU Hudson & Holland Scholars Program, Diversity Consultant Intern for the IU Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning (CITL), and Global and Public Relations Director of the Hult Prize Foundation IU in partnership with United Nations. Currently, Rachel is also an Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Public Health, Global Relations Consultant for the Hult Prize Foundation IU, Health and Medical Board member for the Bloomington Refugee Support Network, active member in Young Professionals in Foreign Policy and Member of the FBI Citizen’s Academy in Indianapolis. Rachel brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in holistic health and wellness coaching, education, business management and diplomacy to the IU 21st Century Scholars Program.
Rachel has a Ph.D. in Health Behavior from the School of Public Health (SPH) with a concentration in Global Studies from the Hamilton Lugar School of Global and International Studies (SGIS) at Indiana University Bloomington. Rachel’s doctoral research focused on multicultural health diplomacy with a concentration on Middle Eastern and North African refugee health. During her doctoral work, Rachel served as President of the IU Eta Sigma Gamma chapter, a national professional health science honorary organization. She holds an M.S.Ed. degree in Elementary Education from the School of Education and a B.G.S. degree in General Studies (now the B.L.S. degree) from the College of Arts & Sciences with a minor in Business. Rachel is from Newport Coast, California.
Rachel can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org