Alumni

Leah Lomotey-Nakon

PhD Student, Ethics and Society
Leah Lomotey-Nakon
Academic Institution: Vanderbilt University Location: Nashville, Tennessee Cohort Start Year: 2017
Research Topics: Behavioral and Mental Health, Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Education, Leadership Development, Public, Population, and Community Health, Violence and Trauma
Populations Served: African-American/Black, At-Risk/Vulnerable Populations, Older Adults (65+ years), Low-Income Communities, Rural Communities

FOCUS
Leah’s work investigates how moral and religious experiences shape expectations about one’s self, one’s communities, and those one deems as “other.” Leah is particularly interested in the formal and informal processes by which people manage moral disappointment, both publicly and privately. This interest is steeped in a curiosity about relationships between organizational and personal values, particularly as they relate to work-life boundaries for health care practitioners.

MORE ABOUT LEAH
Leah’s ecological approach to human and organizational ethical development emerges from her academic training at the disciplinary crossroads of political science, education, community psychology, religion, and ethics.

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