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Kearney Capuano

School of Health

Kearney Capuano (H’24) is an undergraduate student studying global health with minors in philosophy and psychology. She has previously started a global health fundraising initiative on campus, raising money for the Against Malaria Foundation and the Fistula Foundation. She has served as the lead student developer at Giving What We Can, a non-profit supporting effective giving to global health and development. Kearney has spent time researching in Yale University’s Child Studies Center and Georgetown University’s Social and Affective Neuroscience Lab, studying the neuropsychology of altruism. As a spring 2023 GHI student fellow, Kearney worked with Kelley Anderson on community and child health promotion and efforts in Tanzania.