School of Medicine
Amanda Wibben (M’26) is a first-year medical student at Georgetown University School of Medicine who is passionate about global health equity. After graduating with a degree in biology and religious studies, Amanda spent a year teaching English in India before moving to Boston to earn a master’s degree in theological studies. Amanda's passion for global health justice has been shaped by Jesuit ethics, inspired by women’s health justice, and humanized by her international experiences. She hopes to apply her skills as a physician by serving patients internationally through direct care and policy change related to maternal health and women’s labor rights. As a spring 2023 GHI student fellow, Amanda worked with Bette Jacobs to examine Catholic health services in countries with emerging economies.