Mission & Vision
Global Caveat, Inc. is a global health educational organization that aims to provide equitable access to public health education and educational services. We focus on the intersections of public health, environmental justice, social justice, and equity. We are an organization that amplifies institutionally underserved voices and grassroots communities through cultural preservation and international collaborative efforts.
Diana Klatt, MPH
Co-founder, Product & Analytics
Susanna Park, MA PhD(c)
Co-founder, Operations & Communications
Christian Tandazo, MS
Co-founder, Development & Outreach
Board of Directors
Diana Klatt, MPH (she/her/hers)
Diana Klatt is a social epidemiologist that is focused on providing people with accurate information, education, and resources so that they can be more in control of their own health, as well as empowering indigenous and displaced populations to use storytelling and oral history to combat colonial mentality.
Susanna Park, MA PhDc (she/her/hers)
Susanna is a mixed-methods global health researcher in the areas of health equity and policy. She believes in "data from the people, for the people" and therefore values meaningful community collaborations to achieve a world where everyone has equitable access to quality health.
Christian Tandazo, MS (he/him/his)
Christian Tandazo is a queer person of color with Andean Indigenous roots and Ecuadorian ancestry whose work focuses on the intersections of organizing, cooperative entrepreneurship, decolonization, and climate, environmental and racial justice.
Prof. Daniel S. Goldberg, JD PhD
Daniel Goldberg is trained as an attorney, a historian of medicine, and a public health ethicist. His current research agenda in law, policy, and bioethics. His work focuses on the social determinants of health, public health policy and chronic illness, health inequities, and stigma. He is currently based out of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Dr. Theresa P. Castillo, EdD MA CHES
Theresa Castillo has been working globally in the fields of gender, social justice, and health equity for over 20 years. Her expertise includes cultural rights, adolescent health, violence prevention, sexual & reproductive health, and community development among vulnerable populations. Dr. Castillo has collaborated with various civil society organizations, UN agencies, and Ministries of Health to build local capacity and to strengthen public health systems. She is currently a Program Director at HealthRight International, and adjunct faculty at Columbia University, NYU, and Bard College’s Program on Globalization and International Affairs
Dr. Leonardo Figueroa, PhD MS
Leonardo Figueroa Helland works at the intersection of diverse critical paradigms to study how indigenous knowledges combine with various transformative approaches to address environmental challenges, climate crises and social injustices. His research triangulates political ecology, global studies, complex ecologism, world-systems ecology, ecofeminism, and intersectionality with indigenous and decolonial studies to articulate systemic alternatives that embody social, environmental, climate, and global justice. He is based out of The New School.