Major: International Relations
Minor: Political Theory
Originally from New York City, I studied for my BA in Health and Societies at the University of Pennsylvania and my MPH in Global Health at Emory University. I also hold an MSc in Global Governance and Diplomacy from Oxford University, where I was a Clarendon Scholar. My current research focuses on the relationship between information dissemination, sovereignty and compliance in global health governance. I am also interested in English School theory and in using global health governance as an empirical context in which to explore the pluralism/solidarism debate. My professional background is in global health, and I have worked for the WHO, Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative, and the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Bureau of HIV/AIDS. Some past projects include an evaluation of Ghana's Buruli ulcer surveillance systems, formative research on the integration of traditional healers into formal healthcare systems in Ghana and South Africa, and a study of how development-focused NGOs conceptualize and operationalize empowerment. I'm a huge pro cycling fan, and in my spare time you can likely find me at the theater, baking, or reading whatever I can get my hands on.
Global health governance, international organizations, English School theory.
MSc, University of Oxford (2012)
MPH, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University (2009)
BA, University of Pennsylvania (2007)