Alejandra Salemi

Doctoral student, population health sciences

Alejandra Salemi is a doctoral student in population health sciences at Duke University, focusing on the intersection of public health and religion, in particular how religion is a social determinant of public health.

She is a recent graduate of Harvard University, with a master of theological studies focused on religion, ethics and politics. She earned a bachelor’s degree and master of public health degree from the University of Florida.

She is a candidate for ordination in the Florida Conference of the United Methodist Church and is a proud immigrant from Bogotá, Colombia.

Reflective Leadership Grant

Applications Open for the 2023 Reflective Leadership Grant

This grant program is for leaders who are ready to design the next chapter in their ministry. We welcome applicants who serve in a range of leadership roles, from project director to senior administrator, and who are working in a variety of organizations, including denominations, seminaries, church-related colleges, consultancies, congregations, Christian nonprofits, Christian social enterprises and others.

The application deadline is May 15, 2023.