Passion to tackle exclusion based on gender, race, geography, etc. I advise MSF Médecins Sans Frontières whom I worked with in Rwanda and South Sudan and as Access to Medicines Campaigner. With the Diplomacy Training Program, University of New South Wales, I trained human rights defenders. Member: Association of Polar Early Career Scientists, Society of Women Geographers, Seriously Nerdy Book Club.
Thanks Carol for speaking with us about your peripatetic and fascinating career! Dr. Lisa Forman, Director, Comparative Program on Health and Society, Munk School of Global Affairs, University of Toronto
On The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning co-authored by Carol Devine
Maker manager of extraordinary projects
I helped launch the The Museum of AIDS in Africa in Melbourne and Cape Town. For MSF and Dignitas I led delegations to International AIDS Conferences. I led the first Antarctic civilian ecological clean-up expeditions with The Polish Academy of Sciences and The Russian Antarctic Expedition. I love complex projects and exploring outer and inner worlds.
Carol is an iconoclast in every way. She is an emerging public intellectual. Carol successfully executes whatever endeavor she commits to. Dr. James Orbinski, Professor Global Health Balsillie School of International Affairs
global & planetary health
I've written for The Medical Post, Policy Options, Wallpaper, Border Crossings, Science Borealis, Canadian Circumpolar Health Network, Elle etc. My small press Vauve Press produced: Irma (Marjorie Devine) and Determination: Tibetan Women and the Struggle for an Independent Tibet (me). Co-wrote & published The Antarctic Book of Cooking and Cleaning, a cultural history book.
"@caroldevine is RIPPING it up here at #span - covering Africa, conflict & now is bringing climate change & health policy together" Vallejo Gantner, Artistic Director, PS122 New York City
Kakuma Girls: Contemporary issues, refugee experiences and dreams. Edited, contributed to this book, interviewed girls in Kakuma from Somalia, Sudan etc.