My name is Juli Yelnick, and I am excited to share
my experiences in being a wife, mother, teacher, and student of
I began the Master of Science in Oriental Medicine Program in
the fall of 2012, and I continue to enjoy that journey today. I've
always been interested in natural living, and the need to reduce
exposure to unnecessary and potentially harmful chemicals becomes
even more apparent when you become a parent. Through this program
at NUHS, I am learning how to be well the natural way, and I'm
happy to share that with others.
In addition to attending the evening AOM classes, I teach World
Culture and American History classes at the college level.
Anthropology has always been my research passion, so adding ancient
Chinese traditions into the mix is nothing but fun for me! I love
integrating what I learn at NUHS into the courses that I design,
and I recently had the opportunity to co-author an anthropology
textbook that explored the interconnectedness of seemingly
disparate world cultures and values.
Currently, I am gearing up to coordinate a return medical
brigade to Nicaragua through the integrative medicine non-profit
organization Natural Doctors International. I'll keep you