Anania Woldetensaye, a Rhodes junior majoring in biochemistry and molecular biology, is featured in The Tennessean about students representing the future of health care. According to the article, “The changing health-care industry is bringing increased access to care and coverage but also a greater need for a qualified, diverse workforce to deliver that care. Read more.
A graduate of Martin Luther King, Jr. Academic Magnet High School in Nashville, Woldetensaye has family ties in Ethiopia and aspires to become a physician. In Memphis, he has created ESL classes at Caritas Village and served as a volunteer interpreter at its medical clinic.