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 international experience in Mozambique, Kenya and South Africa, including a Master's Degree in Public Health, Ms. Green has strong knowledge of program implementation at both community and health facility levels. Her work experience with U.S. federal grants from the NIH, CDC, and USAID projects has enabled her to confidently navigate the administrative and programmatic challenges often presented in global health interventions. Her background in program analysis and evaluation has allowed her to effectively manage health teams in expanding activities beyond implementation to also include regular data reviews and quality improvement projects to strengthen overall systems and improve program planning. In addition, her leadership of numerous program and community assessments has enabled her to not only organize the necessary logistics for assessment and data analysis, but also translate those results into useful, understandable information to guide partners in strengthening public health efforts. Mostly recently, Ms. Green’s support to training and education grants funded by the Fogarty International Center has led to creation of the Vanderbilt Grant Administration International Network to aid international partners in creating a supportive forum for strengthening host-country driven research initiatives.
Bachelor of Arts in Business, Western Kentucky University
Master of Public Health (MPH), University of Cape Town, South Africa