Muksha L. Jingree
Muksha L. Jingree holds a Master’s in Public Health in Nutrition from Harvard T.H. Chan
School of Public Health. She is originally from Mauritius and her early exposure to non-
communicable diseases in her country has boosted Muksha’s interest in public health nutrition.
Prior to Harvard, she was a Clinical Research Coordinator at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer
Center where she was involved in a community-based research program aimed at improving the
health of New York City taxi drivers. She has a bachelor’s degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from
New York University and is interested in diabetes prevention and management through nutrition
interventions. During her time at Harvard Chan, Muksha was a Harvard-Mississippi Delta
Fellow where she assisted in the development of the second phase of a Blueprint to improve the
health and nutritional outcomes of Mississippi’s children. Muksha speaks English, French,
Mauritian Creole, Hindi and Bhojpuri, and enjoys cooking, reading and yoga in her spare time.