Ann Green, MPH
Global Health Topics: HIV, Global Infectious Diseases, Research Ethics, Multi-dimensional Poverty, Maternal Child Health, Research Training & Education
Countries: Mozambique, Kenya, South Africa, Sierra Leone, Liberia
As a public health professional with over 16 years of global health experience in 10 countries within Africa, South America, and Asia, Ann has led pre- and post-award grant administration as well as program implementation and evaluation at both community and health facility levels, managing projects funded by the NIH, CDC, USAID, WHO, UNICEF and several other non-governmental organizations. Her current focus is on training and education in the areas of grant administration, research utilization, research ethics, implementation science, medical simulation and lab capacity in LMICs, and research on HIV, TB, viral hemorrhagic fevers and respiratory viruses.
Bachelor of Arts in Business, Western Kentucky University
Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Cape Town, South Africa