Age: 22
Home Town: Phoenix, Arizona
Education: Public Health at Tulane University
Specific Field Interests: Women's Health, Reproductive Health, Cultural Conservation
Placement: KHAMIR, Bhuj, Gujarat
Area of Focus: Public Health

Highlights: Highlights: Virginia recently graduated from Tulane University where she completed degrees in Public Health, International Development, and Gender & Sexuality Studies. For the past four years, Virginia has been very passionate about work with New Orleans public health involving sex education, reproductive health, and proper nutrition. She was a sex education teacher, a youth mentor, and a global justice intern with a free health clinic where she helped start a farmer's market and led a weekly women's wellness class. She spent her junior year abroad in India living in Delhi and Dharamsala conducting fieldwork on the reproductive health care status of Tibetan refugees.

Posts by virginiamorgan


Last Words

One of the questions for the AIF yearbook asked us “Describe a moment during the […]


Parshaben: Khumbar of Kutch

The opening of Ghadai was a huge success.  I spent the day greeting artisans I […]


Ghadai: by the Potters of Kutch

Photos by Ilana Millner, Media Fellow After months of hard work, weeks of construction, days […]


Humanizing Health Statistics

My main project this year is assessing baseline health statistics of artisans and their families […]


Sarahben: Kumbhar of Kutch

While putting together the content for our upcoming exhibition, Ghadai, I primarily focus on the section […]


Happiness Happens

Name: Pramila Krishna Age: 27 Hometown: Kukuma, Gujarat Occupation: Seamstress You know those people who […]


All Possibilities are Possible

I have been placed in Bhuj, Gujarat and am working for Khamir.  Our name stands […]

Join Us

Stay up to date on the latest news and help spread the word.

Get Involved

Our regional chapters let you bring the AIF community offline. Meet up and be a part of a chapter near you.

Join a Chapter

Help us help those in need.

Subscribe to newsletter

Become a Fundraiser or Donate to Light a LAMP

Skip to content