Karem Katary (NHS’24) is an undergraduate student in the School of Health studying global health with a high interest in international development and health policy. Originally from New York City, he is currently studying abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he is living in a Kollegium with both Danish and American college students. At Georgetown, he explores his interest in international development through his work with Georgetown Global Consulting and research with Assistant Research Professor Jessica Kritz. Additionally, he is currently conducting research with Danish economist Lone Bilde examining the efficiency of the American healthcare system as it compares to its Danish counterpart. Karem loves to read, play basketball, and explore new places. In particular, he enjoys visiting new places and learning about their history. Most of all, Karem loves meeting new people and can always be seen with a bright smile on face. He is part of the spring 2023 cohort of the Doyle Global Dialogue.