M.S. has held business operations and analyst roles in the public health sector, including at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Henry Jackson Foundation. She provided administrative and procedural support related to biomedical research programs, international biomedical cooperation, immigration and research training, and collection and review of data related to pharmacological studies. Since taking a career break, M.S. has held leadership roles as a volunteer in school and non-profit settings, including Stone Ridge School and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. In these roles she has used her skills in marketing, fund-raising, event planning, and training in leadership and teamwork. M.S. has an MPH in International Health Policy from The George Washington University, a BS in Psychology from McGill University, and a certificate in Early Childhood Education.