March 21, 2021

Becoming Comfortable In Your Own Skin

Becoming Comfortable In Your Own Skin

Today’s featured guest is Emmanuel Asenso Jr.  Emmanuel Asenso Jr is a 3rd year, Ghanaian American, medical student at Rowan SOM. He was born and raised in Northern Virginia, received his bachelor’s in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise...


Today’s featured guest is Emmanuel Asenso Jr.  Emmanuel Asenso Jr is a 3rd year, Ghanaian American, medical student at Rowan SOM. He was born and raised in Northern Virginia, received his bachelor’s in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise from Virginia Tech and his Master’s in Public Health from The George Washington University before starting medical school. He is passionate about using medicine, nutrition and public health as a platform and resource to empower patients and communities to improve their health outcomes and address racial health disparities, especially those in the black community. He is also deeply passionate about supporting and networking with people who stutter as well as aspiring physicians. Thank you, Emmanuel, for sharing your story because I believe there is healing in sharing. 

For More Information on Emmanuel Asenso Jr.:

Emailasensoe5@rowan.edu

Instagram: https://instagram.com/dr_jay125

Twitter: https://twitter.com/dr_Jay125

LinkedInlinkedin.com/in/Emmanuel-asenso-jr-mph-80637791 

Thank you to Noah Swiderski (owner and producer of Briton Beats) for your outro music. For more information on Briton Beats, click this link:  https://www.britonbeats.com/

Thank you to Epidemic Sound for the intro music.  https://www.epidemicsound.com/

Thank you to Mike Russell for that voice over outro.  https://musicradiocreative.com

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