Nursing Student
San Francisco State University


I have over eight years of experience in the development of international public health programming for underserved populations. Through this work I have gained deep knowledge in the areas of reproductive health; maternal, child, and newborn health; prevention of HIV/AIDS; safe water; and improved injection technologies. Currently enrolled in San Francisco State University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, I look forward to incorporating clinical knowledge and skill into my offerings to the public health community.

Professional Experience

Seattle, WA (2011 - 2014)
Program Analyst; Program Associate

Worked with an award-winning team in the Reproductive Health department on the multi-country introduction of a new injectable contraceptive, Sayana Press. 
• Managed the development and adaptation of provider training content and helped to guide and inform country training strategies. 
• Provided coordination and technical assistance for complex manufacturer deals and procurement activities. 
• Developed a wide spectrum of demand forecasting, planning, and procurement models, tools, and analyses to inform introduction strategies and multi-million-dollar pharmaceutical procurements. 
• Presented activity results to donors, partners, and team members to aid in project design and decision-making.

Seattle, WA (2006 - 2011)
Project Coordinator; Program Assistant I-II

Supported several projects in the Technology Solutions department focused on HIV prevention and Reproductive, Maternal, and Children’s Health. 
• Researched and coordinated country regulatory requirements, approvals, and shipping logistics for medical drug and device procurements for many international research projects.
• Co-implemented a study of willingness to pay for a new presentation of an Essential Medicine among midwives onsite in Indonesia. Contributed to analysis and reporting.
• Developed the manual of operations, oversaw database development, and contributed to analysis of an FDA-regulated clinical study of an improved microbicide applicator.
• Developed the coding scheme, coded responses, and provided analysis for a qualitative research project on user experience of household water treatment methods in India. In a follow-on study, participated in data collection onsite in India and coordinated analysis and report writing.

World Affairs Council,
Seattle, WA (2006 - 2006)

Completed a three-month internship with the International Visitors Program. Designed and coordinated diplomatic visits to Seattle for international leaders. Oriented visiting leaders to the area and accompanied them to meetings. Helped to coordinate several community seminars and panels.

East Texas Medical Center,
Tyler, TX (2002 - 2002)
Emergency Department Clerk

Conducted registration, administrative transfer, and discharge of Emergency Department and other hospital patients. Handled in-person and telephone billing. Effectively managed sensitive patient information and emergency situations.


University of Chicago
BA, International Studies


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