Khristian Ifill is a innovative sports medicine major, French minor from Eastampton, NJ. Khristian is a first-generation, Trinidadian-American college student. Khristian is currently the president of the Gentlemen of Drew Social Club, Inc. He recently served as a fellow for the Young African American Leadership Initiative (YAALI) and was recognized as a team leader during his service trip to Accra, Ghana.
Currently, he is a college research assistant in the chemistry department at Howard University. He previously interned as an administrative intern for the United States Department of Veteran Affairs Medical Center. In addition to, he served as the recruiting leader for The Sanctuaries DC, a non-profit that promotes art for social change.
One day, Khristian will use his French linguistics and his educational background to start primary health care facilities in francophone speaking countries across the African diaspora and the Caribbean. Post-graduation, Khristian Ifill will pursue a master’s in public health with a concentration in global health. Upon receiving his master’s degree, Khristian intends to pursue his medical doctoral degree. His passion for global health disparities derived from his mission trip to Accra, Ghana.
He is passionate about medicine, human rights, diversity and inclusion and social reforms. In his free time, Khristian loves photography, outdoors, and traveling.
Khristian Ifill can be best reached via email at Khristian.Ifill@bison.howard.edu