Remi Shendell is an undergraduate student at Emory University studying Biology and Political Science. She is passionate about health policy, infectious disease, and human rights. Remi has published articles about bioethics, medical science, and articles about research on campus in her role as a Marketing Communications Writer for the Emory Office of Technology Transfer. She is a member of the Peer Review Board on campus, where she serves as a judge and peer advocate for hearings on student misconduct. In her free time, Remi enjoys golfing, dance, and theater.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together”
– African Proverb
“Working with the Completed Life Organization means that I have the opportunity to advance policies and initiatives that cultivate a deeper understanding of what it means to truly live on your own terms. Autonomy and choice is a treasured part of life and extending that to disadvantaged populations such as terminally ill patients is necessary for all of society to progress.”