Program manager with more than 5 years of experience coordinating large multi-year public health research grants. She has most recently managed grants for tuberculosis research at a large academic health center, tracking financial and program progress, coordinating donor reporting, and ensuring productive collaboration across a diverse team of internal and external colleagues. Previously she worked on grant-funded evaluations of public health programs at a mid-sized social policy research firm, liaising with federal donors and grantee program staff. Exceptional organizational skills, fastidious attention to detail and an unflappable demeanor are traits recognized and appreciated by colleagues. She is driven by a sense of mission and commitment to address key health, environmental, and social justice issues in a thoughtful and sustainable manner. She is proficient in Microsoft Office, knowledgeable about Quickbooks, fluent in French and a basic speaker of Spanish. She has a Master’s degree from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Bachelor’s degree from Cornell University.