Molly Sauer, MPH
Deputy Director of Policy, Advocacy & Communications
Molly is a research associate and the Deputy Director for Policy, Advocacy, and Communications at IVAC. She serves as project lead on the Rotavirus Organization of Technical Allies (ROTA Council) and Sustaining Access to Vaccination in India (SAVI) projects, advocacy lead for the Rotavirus Accelerated Vaccine Introduction Network (RAVIN), and technical and strategic advisor across the PAC team portfolio. Molly’s work focuses on building immunization-related technical, policy, and advocacy capacity; supporting evidence-based immunization decision-making, introduction, and scale-up in low- and middle-income countries in Asia and Africa; and facilitating global scientific consensus building and policy initiatives for vaccines. She received her MPH in Infectious Diseases and a certificate in Professional Epidemiology Methods from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and bachelor’s degree from American University, where she studied public communication, history, and international development. She is also certified in public health (CPH).