PQMD 2022 Global Health Policy Forum
Regional Roundtable Series

April 12, 19 & 26, 2022

PQMD is proud to announce a virtual roundtable series designed to showcase the depth of our members’ cross-sector partnerships.  Join PQMD regional experts for focused conversations, genuine perspective and informed dialogue on global health issues key to PQMD’s network, including: refugees and internally displaced persons; economic and security instability; access to populations at risk; quality programming in conflict regions; vaccine access and equity; and secondary impacts of the pandemic.

PQMD’s Global Health Policy Forum Regional Roundtable Series (GHPF RT): Connecting, Convening, and Catalyzing through Regional Experience. Building on our traditionally in-person event (which will return next April), this refreshing series will bring together regional experts from leading PQMD network healthcare companies, nonprofit and multilateral organizations to tackle some of the most pressing issues facing their regions.

Register now to join us for three Tuesdays in April for these important and dynamic 90-minute regional roundtables.

April 12 – Latin America Regional Roundtable, “Latin America’s Migration Tumult: Collaborating for Impact”

April 19 – Middle East Regional Roundtable, “Humanitarian Aid and Development in a Region of Crisis, War, and Refugees: Collaborating for Impact in the Middle East”

April 26 – Africa Regional Roundtable, “Expanding Resiliency: A hopeful story of creative leadership in responding to the compounding challenges of the pandemic”

We are thrilled to be able to offer these virtual events free of charge.



Please note: All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Latin America’s Migration Tumult:
Collaborating for Impact

Latin America Regional Roundtable
Tuesday, April 12, 2022 • 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM (EST)

Migration is at an historically high level around the world. In Latin America alone, millions have been driven from their homes in the current complex landscape owing to political instability, generalized societal violence, extreme weather events and pandemic-exacerbated economic and public heath crises.

PQMD and its long-standing alliance of leading healthcare companies and nonprofit organizations are committed to responding constructively, protecting humanitarian rights, and advancing quality, access and equity in health to these vulnerable migratory populations.

Held on April 12 at 11am ET, the discussion spotlighted the work of regional PQMD-network experts, with decades of humanitarian and global health proficiency, and discuss current migration dynamics, international responses, optimal service provisions, and collaborative opportunities to effectively respond to this complex humanitarian crisis.

Event recording available here.

Maria Cecilia Lopez, Senior Public Health Officer for the Regional Bureau of the Americas, UNHCR

Maria Cecilia has participated in the development of the Regional Public health strategy for UNHCR and accompanying countries operations to implement the global guidance in the Americas.

She is a Medical Doctor who has been dedicating her career to humanitarian work with over 17 years of experience working in Public Health with International NGOs.

Maria Cecilia has experience in Emergency Projects in armed conflict zones such as Darfur, Pakistan, South Sudan, and Gaza Strip. She has also participated in the response to different epidemic outbreaks, such as COVID 19-Spain, Ebola- Sierra Leona/ DRC, HIV/AIDS- South Africa, Cholera- Darfur/Pakistan/South Sudan, Lassa fever- Benin; Measles- South Sudan, Hepatitis E- Darfur and Yellow fever- Angola, as well as natural disaster cyclone Mozambique and Nepal and Ecuador Earthquake.

She has participated in the coordination and follow up response to protracted emergencies in Syria, Palestine, South Sudan, Ukraine, and Sahrawi refugee camps-Argelia were as a part of this response strengthening of MoH and capacity building has been the key elements.

Maria Cecilia has led the design and response to primary health care interventions including emergency health care, nutrition, SRH and MHPSS, always providing follow up of the interventions in order to ensure that those met the minimum international standards.

Meet Our Latin America Panel:

Adib Fletcher, Senior Director LAC & Humanitarian Response, Project HOPE

Adib Fletcher serves as Senior Director of the Latin America and Caribbean region and Humanitarian Response for Project HOPE.  Adib holds a Masters Degree in Public Health from the University of Arizona. He is Senior Management professional with more than 17 years of experience developing and managing domestic and international development programs in the Middle East, Africa, Asia and the Americas. His management portfolio and programmatic experience includes Angola, Colombia, Congo, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Malawi, Nicaragua, Palestine, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Syria, Turkey, Uganda, the United States, Venezuela and Yemen.

Adib has led design and development over the years of a significant number of interventions in the areas of public health and disaster preparedness and response and more recently in the areas of human rights, socio-economic development and social justice . These interventions have resulted in millions of dollars in multi-sector/multi-donor funding for non-profit and private sector firms across Education, Health, Mental Health and Psychosocial Support, Livelihoods and Social Protection programming.

Adib possesses extensive funding acquisition experience in the international development arena and has sourced critical humanitarian funding support for interventions from a substantial number of bi-lateral and multi-lateral donors, including USAID, USAID/BHA, US Department of State, European Union, DFID, AUSAID, the United Nations and a multitude of private donors, corporations and private foundations.

Kendra Gregson, Child Protection Regional Advisor, UNICEF Latin America and the Caribbean

A child protection practitioner for almost 40 years, she has worked predominantly in the areas of social welfare and justice for children. Her focus has been on the development of protection systems; connecting policy, research and practice; institutional reform; and, developing protection policy and programmes. She has supported government and third sector organisations in the analysis of benefit structures, public sector budgets, administrative and legal frameworks, and service delivery options. Currently she is supporting UNICEF country offices in Latin America and the Caribbean in their child protection programming, particularly around migration and ending all forms of violence against children.

Facundo Palermo, MEAL & Information Management Coordinator Venezuela and Colombia, International Medical Corps

Facundo Palermo is an environmental engineer mastered in Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change adaption. He has been working in development and humanitarian aid projects for the past eight years, focusing mainly on research and data science associated with emergency responses. He has worked in several regions, mainly the Middle East, central Asia, and Latin America. He currently supports International Medical Corps missions in Venezuela and Colombia as the MEAL & Information Management Coordinator.

Regiane Soccol, LATAM Leader Global Community Impact, Johnson & Johnson

Regiane has over 20 years of career experience in different healthcare industry sectors. Bings a solid clinical, administrative, and commercial management background, assuming leadership positions for strategic and operational planning, strategic account management, establishing partnerships, and delivering value solutions regionally and globally.

Regiane started her career at Johnson & Johnson in 2015, managing the strategic accounts in Brazil, and under her leadership, J&J implemented the first bundled payment project. Since 2018, she has managed the Global Community Impact (GCI) Strategy in LatAm. Responsible for driving and leading the global impact strategic framework in the region, looking to maximize the impact, straightening the healthcare system, increasing community access, and enhancing the company’s positioning and reputation.

She is certified in Business Excellence through the Advanced Management Program at Columbia University in NY, Social Finance and Measurement Impact Executive Programs at Oxford University, Executive MBA in Administration at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV), Postgraduate in Health Services Management at Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) and in Public Health and Population Aging at the University of São Paulo (USP) and graduated in Nursing at the Foundation School of Medicine.

Moderator: Jodi Allison, Senior Vice President Global Giving and Innovation, MAP International 

Jodi Allison joined MAP International, a Georgia based non-profit that provides life-changing medicines and health supplies to people in need, 23 years ago. She has always worked in the Corporate Relations division at MAP, being promoted to Director of Corporate Relations in 2010, Vice President, Global Giving in 2014 and Senior Vice President, Global Giving and Innovation in 2022. In this role, she serves MAP’s mission of providing essential medicines and health supplies to the world’s most vulnerable communities. She is responsible for leadership and management of the Global Giving team, securing donated medicines, health supplies and cash gifts and developing strategic and annual operating plans to achieve and resource global commitments. She is also responsible for innovation and growth strategies to help MAP International meet its strategic plan to significantly increase its impact around the globe.

Jodi attended Georgia Institute of Technology and Middle Tennessee State University to receive her International Affairs degree with minors in Public Relations and History. When she is not trying to save the world, you will find Jodi with her two boys and adorable pug at the beach where she lives in Tampa, FL.

Emcee: Elizabeth Ashbourne, Executive Director, PQMD

As Executive Director of PQMD, Elizabeth (EJ) Ashbourne is responsible for furthering PQMD’s commitment to championing and advancing standards in medical supply and service donations by developing the vision, strategy, and execution of the organizations five pillars of work.

Prior to joining PQMD, EJ was most recently the Managing Partner for EJA Consulting, a small private firm specializing in strategic planning, fundraising, international development and joint venture support, mission driven event management, and all aspects of non-profit turn-around. Prior to that, EJ spent 17 years at the World Bank in a number of senior level positions, in the areas of private sector partnerships, global public health, infectious disease, and health management information systems.

Humanitarian Aid and Development in a Region of Crisis, War, and Refugees: Collaborating for Impact in the Middle East
Middle East Regional Roundtable
Tuesday, April 19, 2022 • 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM (EST)

Delivering quality health outcomes is complex work in even the most stable environment. This complexity rises exponentially when it collides with political, economic, demographic, and social turbulence and instability. Yet this life-saving work must be done.

On April 19, we spotlighted the work of PQMD-network experts in the Middle East, who navigate these complexities to bring improved health outcomes to the communities in which they serve and live.

With decades of humanitarian and development experience our panelists discussed regional solutions on how to move health system strengthening forward despite operating under constant and long-standing challenges with widespread dimensions. We considered the role medical donations play as well as donor fatigue. Attendees walked away understanding the current undertones of potential change – including growing perceptions of a rights-based approach to health, mainstreaming mental health, and the power of networks for better health outcomes in the Middle East.

Event recording available here.

Dr. Firass Abiad, Minister of Health, Lebanon

Firass Abiad is the Minister of Public Health of Lebanon since September 2021. Prior, he was the chairman of the board and general manager of the Rafik Hariri University Hospital, the largest public hospital in Lebanon. During his tenure, he led the efforts to turnaround the hospital from a failing public institution, to a leading tertiary hospital that spearheaded the Covid response in Lebanon. That task was aided by fostering various partnerships with international organizations, including ICRC, and creating public-private partnerships. The Arab Hospital federation chose Firass as the Man of the Year 2020 for his extensive efforts in leading RHUH to face the challenge of COVID-19.

Firass received his MD from The American University in Beirut in 1993. He is a bariatric surgeon with twenty years of experience. He also teaches at the Faculty of Medicine at American University of Beirut and the School of Public Health at St. Joseph University.

He is inspired daily by his wife and their three children.

Meet Our Middle East Panel:

Rami Shamma, Operations Director, World Vision Lebanon

Rami currently is the Operations Director for World Vision in Lebanon. He oversees the areas of operations for WV in Lebanon through development and relief interventions. He previously worked in a national Lebanese NGO and was active in different organizations/networks in Lebanon, for more than 12 years. He is also a trainer on conflict transformation, active citizenship, communication, negotiation and mediation, needs assessment, municipal work, youth engagement in public life, profound stress, and other skills/topics. Rami has a Masters Degree (MSc) in Computer and Communication Engineering.

Dima Zayat, Lebanon Deputy Country Director, Anera

Dima Zayat is a Registered Nurse and a Public Health Professional who has dedicated over 18 years to help improve people’s lives in Lebanon. Before moving to the Public Health sector, Dima spent eight years working as a bedside nurse at the Medical-Surgical and Psychiatric wards at the American University of Beirut Medical Center. Over the past 10, Dima has been working extensively with refugees and vulnerable communities, in order to help create community-based partnerships and solutions to identify and address pertinent health issues.

Being the Deputy Country Director at the American Near East Refugee Aid, Dima knows the true value of addressing holistic communities rather than individuals in order to induce positive changes in a community’s health.

Dima has led the implementation of diverse health and relief interventions and developed a variety of health promotion tools addressing people of different age groups, genders and cultural backgrounds. In light of the massive displacement of refugees from Syria, Dima co-led the first nationwide situational assessment of Palestinian Refugees from Syria, which served as an outcry on the suffering of thousands of Palestinians in their second exodus.

In recognition of her work, Dima was chosen as one of the seven international experts featured at the Cities Changing Diabetes Summit in Copenhagen, where she represented Beirut City in response to the dramatic rise of urban diabetes among major cities around the world.

Based on her contributions to the field of public health in Lebanon, Dima was inducted into the Gamma Delta Chapter of the Delta Omega Honorary Society in Public Health in 2017.

Dima holds a BS in Nursing and a Master in Public Health from the American University of Beirut.

Moderator: Rebecca Milner, Chief Advancement Officer, International Medical Corps

Rebecca Milner, Chief Advancement Officer, mobilizes partnerships, resources and awareness in support of International Medical Corps programs that reach more than 10 million people a year globally.  A preeminent First Responder, International Medical Corps provides lifesaving healthcare and training that builds self-reliance for people on the frontlines of war, disaster and disease in 30 countries.  Since its founding in 1984, the organization has responded to every major disaster of the last three decades – from civil war and famine in Somalia; to genocide in Rwanda and ethnic cleansing in the Balkans; earthquakes in Haiti, Japan, and Nepal; the Ebola outbreaks in West Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo; wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria; and most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic.

Under Milner’s leadership, International Medical Corps’ institutional advancement team raises $50 million in cash and in-kind support each year.  Milner has spearheaded the development of comprehensive, public-private partnerships with some of the world’s largest companies and foundations, including AbbVie, Amazon, Amgen, Facebook, FedEx, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, JP MorganChase and more that have led to significant improvements in the health and well-being of communities around the world.  She also oversees International Medical Corps’ media outreach and public relations efforts, coordinating campaigns with celebrity spokespeople and entertainment industry executives.  Milner collaborates with International Medical Corps’ board and advisory board members to raise awareness of and funds for its lifesaving work.  She has more than 25 years of communication, fundraising and marketing experience and speaks on humanitarian, global health and women’s health issues.  During her career, Milner has served in a variety of communications and fundraising roles, generating awareness and support for organizations focused on economic development and human rights for women, development and freedom of the press and education.  Milner has a BA and MPA from American University.

Keynote Facilitator: Sean Carroll, President and CEO, Anera

Sean Carroll is Anera’s president and chief executive officer. Sean oversees a wide range of programs that reach refugees and vulnerable families in Gaza, the West Bank, Lebanon and Jordan, from educating out-of-school Syrian youth and bringing water to under-served communities to providing essential health care services and much more. Under his leadership over 120 staff, these programs continue to touch the lives of thousands.

Before joining Anera, Sean worked in several international development and policy roles in Washington, DC, Europe and the Middle East, including the USAID, the US Congress, the UN World Food Programme and Creative Associates International. For two years he served as chief of staff and COO at USAID, which has 9,500 staff and 84 missions around the world and a $1.7 billion operating budget. Sean also served for six years as director of programs for the Club of Madrid, a leadership alliance that includes 106 former presidents and prime ministers.

Emcee: Elizabeth Ashbourne, Executive Director, PQMD

As Executive Director of PQMD, Elizabeth (EJ) Ashbourne is responsible for furthering PQMD’s commitment to championing and advancing standards in medical supply and service donations by developing the vision, strategy, and execution of the organizations five pillars of work.

Prior to joining PQMD, EJ was most recently the Managing Partner for EJA Consulting, a small private firm specializing in strategic planning, fundraising, international development and joint venture support, mission driven event management, and all aspects of non-profit turn-around. Prior to that, EJ spent 17 years at the World Bank in a number of senior level positions, in the areas of private sector partnerships, global public health, infectious disease, and health management information systems.

Expanding Resiliency: A hopeful story of creative leadership in responding to the compounding challenges of the pandemic

Africa Regional Roundtable
Tuesday, April 26, 2022 • 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM (EST)

While the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic were felt globally, Africa experienced compounding challenges of inequity of vaccine access and pressure the pandemic asserted on an already stressed health system. Public health leaders across the continent responded with resilience, leading many solutions that addressed challenges while laying the foundation for an expanded public health response to future health crises.

On April 26, we spotlighted the work of regional PQMD-network experts. With decades of humanitarian and global health proficiency, our panelists will discuss lesser-known issues effecting the response of communities throughout the continent and identify opportunities to leverage the innovation and progress these past two years have brought to the health ecosystem in Africa.

PQMD and its long-standing alliance of leading healthcare companies and nonprofit organizations are committed to responding constructively, protecting humanitarian rights, and advancing quality, access, and equity in health across the globe.

Event recording available here.

Keynote Speaker: Stephen Cahill, Chief of Humanitarian Logistic Services, Supply Chain Division, World Food Program

Since June 2021, Stephen Cahill has been the Chief of Humanitarian Logistics Services, the part of WFP Supply Chain focused exclusively on supporting humanitarian and development partners with the provision of supply chain services. Prior to this, Stephen was WFP’s Chief of Logistics from 2019 to 2021 and while covering this role, in 2020 he played a central role in designing, implementing and overseeing a global platform of common logistics services in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic, supporting over 400 organizations. Stephen was also Global Logistics Cluster Coordinator from 2015 to 2019, and Head of Logistics for WFP in Ethiopia from 2011 to 2015. Stephen has worked in a variety of emergencies, most recently as Deputy Emergency Coordinator in March and April 2022 for the Ukraine response but also in Mozambique in 2019, Sierra Leone during the West Africa Ebola Outbreak in 2014 – 15, and the typhoon Haiyan response in the Philippines. Prior to joining WFP, Stephen was a director at a major international shipping company in London.

Meet Our Africa Panel:

Wondwossen Asefa, Director, Global Health Programs Development, Project HOPE

Dr Wondwossen Asefa is a public health professional with 18 years of technical and program management experience across multiple countries globally. Currently, he works for Project HOPE as Director for Global Health Programs Development based in Washington DC. Dr Asefa oversees the organization’s global health program development portfolio which includes partnership management and programs design in collaboration with technical leads at headquarters and field-based staff. He has worked as Deputy Regional Director for Africa with a primary role of program design, implementation, and monitoring across eight countries in the region in collaboration with country representatives and project leads. Prior to joining Project HOPE, Dr Asefa had been working for US Agency for International Development (USAID) for more than 6 years as Sr. Technical Advisor and Program Management Specialist. At the Agency, he had been managing multiple projects focusing on diseases of public health importance and budget level ranging from $20-50 million. He had been co-chairing US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Ethiopia’s HIV Prevention inter-agency Technical Working Group (composed of US’s five lead agencies in PEPFAR program –USAID, CDC, DOD, Peace Corp, and State Department’s PRM) with annual program budget up to $365 million. He has worked on TB/HIV and Reproductive Health projects for IntraHealth International as technical advisor and project manager. Dr Asefa has started his professional debut in 2002 as a clinician in public health center and district hospital in Ethiopia.

Abimbola Oluwayemisi Ayoola, Supply Chain Lead Product Donations, Pfizer

Abi is currently involved in various Pfizer Global Health Access programs, making Pfizer medicines available to the underserved populations.

She holds a BSc degree in Microbiology, an MSc in Zoology with a specialization in toxicology and Pollution management from the University of Lagos, Nigeria.

Abi is an APIC certified Supply Chain Professional, known for her creativity, influencing skills and ability to inspire others with over 16 years of progressive accomplishments, leading strategic/operations, logistics and project management initiatives. Externally focused and has deep understanding of customers and stakeholders, building connections between organizations and the outside world by developing positive, collaborative partnerships that drive sustainable business results.

Belinda Bhoodoo, Associate Director, Lilly Global Health Partnerships, Eli Lilly

Belinda is Associate Director for the Eli Lilly and Company (Lilly) Global Health Philanthropic Partnership Programs in South Africa, Sub-Sahara Africa and India.

Belinda is also currently on secondment with the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA) – Africa Engagement Committee (AEC). She is responsible for managing the AEC Local Production Task Force work as well as managing the partnership between the IFPMA and the H3D-Foundation.
With over 20 years’ experience in the pharmaceutical industry, Belinda joined Lilly in 2004, where she held various roles in sales, marketing and business leadership in South Africa and Sub-Sahara Africa. Her most recent assignment was that of Corporate Affairs Director for the Lilly affiliate in South Africa. In that role she led the affiliates policy, government affairs, market access, key accounts, public relations, advocacy, and communications as well as corporate social responsibility work.

Belinda has a BSc degree in Botany and Zoology, a BSC Honours in pharmacology from the University of the Witwatersrand. She also holds a management advancement programme (MAP) certificate from the Wits Business School. She is in the process of completing her MBA with the Management College of Southern Africa (MANCOSA).

Lali Chania, Country Director Tanzania, IMA World Health

Dr. Lali Chania brings over 20 years of global experience managing large and complex U.S. government funded projects to her current role as Tanzania Country Director at IMA World Health and Lutheran World Relief.  Dr. Chania is a strategic and results-driven professional equipped with comprehensive experience in project management and new business development. She has provided top-level management within international development organizations. Dr. Chania is highly skilled in providing technical assistance to public health projects globally in Maternal and Child Health, Family Planning and Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, Health Systems Strengthening, Emerging Pandemic Threats, Nutrition, and Neglected Tropical Diseases. She is analytical, methodical, and detail-oriented in evaluating program and operational processes to identify areas for improvement, as well as to execute necessary courses of action.  Dr. Chania is an expert at collaborating with national and international policymakers and elected government officials, as well as with ethnic and socio-economic groups, and public and private sector organizations. She has designed and implemented projects by applying a “cross-cutting” approach to promoting local capacity building, gender equity, youth engagement, social and behavior change and community participation.  Dr. Chania is armed with a proven track record in securing significant program funding from a variety of donors such as USAID, U.S. Department of State’s Bureau for Population, Refugees and Migration, UNHCR, UNICEF, DFID, DFAT, etc.  She has well-honed capabilities to interface, manage and collaborate with people from all walks of life, as well as experience working in post-conflict and resource constrained countries.

Maria Ochigbo, Deputy Chief of Party Nigeria, USP

Maria Ochigbo is a pharmacist and supply chain expert with more than 20 years of experience in the end-to-end management of medical product procurement and supply chains across private and public sectors at local, national, and international levels. Her expertise includes working directly with medicine regulatory authorities, strengthening quality assurance and supply chain management practices, and advancing the adoption of pharmacovigilance systems. She has worked extensively in Africa including leading programs in Nigeria, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Zambia, and Gambia. She has worked in a variety of senior capacities to address key public health priorities including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, neglected tropical diseases, and maternal and child health.

In her current role at USP, Ms. Ochigbo is the Deputy Chief of Party in Nigeria and is responsible for managing strategic oversight for USP’s work to expand access to quality-assured medical products in the country including working with local medicines manufacturing industry and national and state-level regulators. Prior to joining USP, Ms. Ochigbo served as Senior Technical Advisor at Management Sciences for Health leading technical assistance to National TB Programs on several projects funded by The Global Fund, the Gates Foundation, UNOPS, and other donors. Ms. Ochigbo holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy from University of Jos and a Master’s Degree in Health Management from Benue State University in Nigeria as well as a second Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Assam Don Bosco University in India.

Moderator: Mike Hogan, Vice President Marketing & Development, Medical Teams International

Described by his colleagues as “hungry, humble, and smart,” Mike brings extensive strategic leadership skills and non-profit philanthropy experience to Medical Teams. He worked in development for International Justice Mission (IJM) for 11 years, playing an instrumental role in growing the organization from $18 million to $70 million in private income. Prior to his time at IJM, he earned his MBA at Santa Clara University. The last few years, Mike joined Habitat for Humanity in Portland, directing its development team and overseeing major gifts, annual giving, corporate, foundations, digital marketing, and a capital campaign. Mike and his wife Katie live in Portland, Oregon with their two children.

Jenson, Pfizer

Emcee: Julie Jenson, Director International Product Donations, Global Health & Social Impact, Pfizer, Inc. and PQMD Chair

Julie Jenson has been with Pfizer for 20 years and is responsible for managing product supply and NGO partnerships for Pfizer’s social investments, primarily the International Trachoma Initiative and emergency relief donations. In addition to her work in Global Health, Julie has held several positions within Pfizer’s manufacturing and commercial supply organization working at internal plants and with external suppliers. In January 2005, Julie was a Global Health Fellow in Banda Aceh, Indonesia, assisting UNICEF and WHO manage emergency drug donations.

Julie holds a B.A. in Supply Chain Management from Michigan State University and an MPH in Health Policy from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. She is APICS certified.

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