Anisha Raibrown, RDH, MSDH, originally from India, is a dental hygienist and has worked extensively in dental offices across Massachusetts. Anisha is committed to offering public health services to underprivileged populations and has given informational seminars on Dental Health and its Correlation to General Health in homeless shelters, soup kitchens, and community centers in New Bedford, MA, Boston, MA, and West Bengal, India. Anisha speaks English, Nepalese, Hindi, Bengali, and Adibhashi. Anisha Raibrown is currently a doctoral candidate at MCPHS University.
Stephen S. Brown, MBA, is an attorney licensed to practice law in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Between when Stephen was twenty-one and twenty-eight years old, he lived in India and Nepal, studying Tibetan. In India and Nepal, Stephen was deeply troubled by the plight of the very poor, underprivileged, and vulnerable populations he encountered in those countries. He was especially shaken when he witnessed a five year-old boy, named Sajen, die of malnutrition related complications in the village of Salbari, West Bengal. Stephen promised himself he would not forget Sajen and that he would work to make sure that other poor children like Sajen would not have to die from easily preventable complications.