Tell us about yourself.
My name is Constance Mulbah, I am originally from Liberia, West Africa, but I consider Pittsburgh my second home. I completed my M.S in Public Health at Slippery Rock University and later went on to serving some of the diverse communities in Pittsburgh. I have worked with the Allegheny County Department of Human Service, served as Refugees Support Specialist at AJAPO Refugee and Resettlement Agency, and interned with Catholic Charity Diocese of Pittsburgh. In 2015, I joined the Peace Corps Senegal unit, where I worked as Preventive Health Educator. This experience allowed me to fully understand the importance of sustainability practices within the Public Health sector and I hope to use the knowledge gain from the MBA-SBP to strengthen health care practices in developing countries.
What is one of your favorite things to do in Pittsburgh?
I enjoy spending time with my friends and family, attending different events throughout the city; discovering new restaurants and sipping IPA from local breweries.
What skill would you like to master?
Playing the guitar: I think it would be super awesome to learn how to play the bass guitar.
Where is the most interesting place you’ve been?
Senegal, West Africa and Seville, Spain. Senegal: I completed my Peace Corps service in Senegal, so of course I am bias. But the culture is simply beautiful, and the people are extremely welcoming. Seville: The flamenco dancers are awesome!
What is the best way to start the day?
Long run. Well, more like a long jog. Breakfast, and listen to NPR politics podcast on my commute.
Who inspires you to be better?
My family. Especially, my nephews and nieces: their little faces make my heart happy.