MA, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, 2018
MSPH, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, 2017
BA, Yale University, 2013
I am primarily interested in decision making and priority setting around resource mobilization and allocation for health systems development.
I currently work on the Decade of Vaccine Economics (DoVE) Return on Investment analysis. My work includes economic modeling of the costs of immunization programs and coordination of a core advisory group comprising stakeholders from key global health organizations. My previous work at Gavi (2017) and WHO Initiative for Vaccine Research (2017-18) focused on prioritization of vaccine investment and standardization of investment cases for vaccines and immunization programs.
I recently supported Working Group 3 of the WHO Independent High-level Commission on NCDs and co-authored a report on potential business models that involve private sector support for national responses in preventing and controlling NCDs.
Honors and Awards
2018 Delta Omega Alpha Chapter, Public Health Honors Society -Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2018 Elfriede L. Sobernheim Fellowship - Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
2016-18 International Peace Scholarship - P.E.O. Sisterhood
2017 Programs in Applied Vaccine Experiences (PAVE) scholarship- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Johns Hopkins Vaccine Initiative, and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2015-16 The Andreas Baum Fellowship - Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
2014-15 Global Health Corps Fellowship - Global Health Corps
2013-14 Woodbridge Fellowship - Yale University Office of Secretary and Vice President for Student Life