Young EHT Woman Uses Stockton Knowledge to Save Lives in Haiti
Just in her 20's, Aubrey Corbett from Egg Harbor Township is striving to make a difference in the world by using the knowledge she has obtained from right here in South Jersey.
Aubrey was a student at Stockton University studying biology and is now currently a 3rd year naturopathic medical student at the National University of Natural Medicine (NUNM) in Portland, OR.
She's a part of a great mission amongst other naturopathic doctors and medical students who decided to give up their holiday with their families to travel to Cape Haiten, Haiti to give a sense of love and medical care to those in need.
Naturopathic physicians and students do what they do because they're passionate about finding solutions for chronic diseases that are often seen in impoverished areas of Haiti.
In which case, Aubrey spent her holidays doing all that she can to provide for those in Haiti who are suffering in an underprivileged population. For most of us, the holidays are about giving and family. So this year, Aubrey wanted to give it in a big way-- with the healing modalities of naturopathic medical care.
A Go Fund Me page was created to help Aubrey and her team travel to the 3rd world country to help those in need with Naturopathic medical care, community health education classes, training classes for birth attendants, malnutrition programs, and sustainable gardening projects for an underserved population.