Cherelle Angeline

Cherelle Angeline is currently a student in Goldsmiths, University of London, studying Bachelor degree in Fine Art and History of Art (Extension Degree). She is a researcher for gender equality in the health in relation to the social care system through academic projects and artistic realisations. In discovering her practice as a Student Ambassador to the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, she is combining her two geographical expertise in her research and field practice on the health and art sector system, the United Kingdom and Indonesia, for the breaking of boundaries in the cross-disciplinary researches to find alternative solutions in the challenges of tropical medicine and global health in present day, specifically relating to women’s health. Cherelle is on the mission to demystify education of tropical medicine and hygiene in theory and improve access to equal healthcare for women in underrepresented communities.