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Stanford University

HQ Phone: (650) 723-2300

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Stanford University

857 Serra Street, Suite 210

Stanford, California 94305

United States

Company Description

Stanford University, located between San Francisco and San Jose in the heart of California's Silicon Valley, is one of the world's leading teaching and research universities. Since its opening in 1891, Stanford has been dedicated to finding solutions to b ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Project Coordinator

Global Economic Governance

Neurosurgery Researcher

Stanford Hospital

Affiliations

Founder
Puente

Founding Member
Students for Choice

Education

Oxford

Stanford

Stanford University

Masters of Philosophy

International Relations

Oxford University

Web References (39 Total References)


Projects Funded by the Strauss Family Foundation

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Tess Bridgeman - Stanford Project Title: Building Bridges to Community Health in Underserved Areas - Show Summary


Uncategorized « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

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Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

tomreeder.wordpress.com [cached]

Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.


What Will They Think Of Next? « Tom Reeder’s Blog

tomreeder.wordpress.com [cached]

Tess Bridgeman (Stanford) worked with women in small communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, to improve health standards. She learned that a locally-grown plant not only had dietary benefits, but could be grown in sufficient quantities that the surplus could be sold, increasing the villages' resources.

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