Mr. Price is an anthropologist and PhD researcher at the University of Oxford. While currently based in academia, he continues his work in humanitarian, development, and governmental spaces. He has previously worked with the German Development Institute, the World Economic Forum, Yale University, the Florida Department of Health, the World Health Organization, Aetna-CVS Health, the Microbiome Coalition, the diaTribe Foundation, and other groups across five continents. Today, Mr. Price advises projects at HealthTrends.AI, Generation Next-Voice of Youth, Bibliobicicleta Foundation, and Panas Sin Límites and serves as a country expert for Colombian and Venezuelan asylum cases. For his work, he was awarded the Future Global Leaders Fellowship, Jack Kent Cooke International Award, Gateway Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Fellowship, John F. Kennedy Memorial Award, Forbes Under 30 Award, Brasenose Senior Hulme Fellowship, and over $350,000 in research grants. He have published pieces with New York Daily News, HuffPost, Common Dreams, Global Health NOW, Medicine Anthropology Theory, Guajira News, Daytona Beach News-Journal, and Cornell Daily Sun and contributed to pieces in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The New Humanitarian, and ABC Action News.