CM featured in John’s Hopkins July Alumni Newsletter!


10492191_263759680477665_8488006402670072242_n “Emilie Greenhalgh ’11 shares her experience as an aid worker in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), using a dangerous plane trip and a possible assignment in Afghanistan to frame an inner struggle about the validity and motivation behind her work. Chasing Misery is a collection of 21 first person essays and 23 photographs that give readers a glimpse into the lives of women who respond to emergencies—their hopes, fears, questions, challenges, frustrations as well as glimpses of the humor, beauty, and hope they find in the midst of misery.”