UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MILLENNIUM CAMPUS NETWORK PROUDLY PRESENT NATALIE TIKHONOVSKY, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.
“I am thrilled to be a Millennium Fellow and join a network of empathetic, visionary leaders who are committed to ushering in a more sustainable, just future and celebrating the beauty, wonder, and potential of all humankind.”
Natalie Tikhonovsky is a rising junior at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. Natalie is
currently studying public health at Furman and intends to pursue a career as a healthcare professional, either as a research scientist or direct clinician. Her interest in public health stems from a longstanding commitment to advocating for refugees, migrants, and other displaced persons, specifically in regards to their physical and mental well-being. Natalie also shares a passion for social innovation and women’s economic empowerment and hopes to better understand how market-based livelihoods can promote not only resiliency but also better psychosocial outcomes among refugee women.