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Three Named Administrative Residents

Juhi Nayak is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. She graduated from St. Louis University last May to complete her bachelor's degree in health management and policy with minors in public health and globalization technology. Her experiences in the healthcare field have centered around quality and process improvement. She completed internships at the SSM Health St. Louis University Hospital in the Continuous Quality Improvement department and at BJC St. Louis Children's Hospital in performance excellence. She is currently a second-year student in the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health pursuing her Masters in Healthcare Administration. She is grateful and excited to be one of the administrative residents in the Department of Medicine this upcoming year.

Saúl Sandoval Estrada will be joining the Baltimore Metropolitan Diabetes Regional Partnership (BMDRP) as a health administration resident working to support both the National Diabetes Prevention Program and American Diabetes Association approved diabetes self-management training program. Saúl is currently a second-year Master of Health Administration student at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health. He completed his bachelor's degree in psychology and sociology with minors in research methods and quantitative math and industrial-organizational psychology. During his undergraduate studies, he was a Division 1 baseball team captain and took part in an administrative internship at the Department of Public Health in Los Angeles, California. Growing up in a low-income Latinx community and witnessing health disparities firsthand, Saúl developed a strong passion for supporting vulnerable communities. Because of this, he is very excited to take part in the BMDRP.

Jerry Zhang is completing his administrative residency in the Department of Medicine as the Biocontainment Unit Manager to complete his Masters in Health Administration at Johns Hopkins University. He graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2019, and has one year of experience in healthcare operations and nurses' payroll and billing. He would love to strengthen his skills in leadership, operations while learning more about processes of how decisions and strategic plans are developed within the BCU.



Kelsey Bennett