Michelle leverages her background managing international development research projects to support clients’ strategic decision-making in maximizing global health impact.
Prior to Camber, Michelle spent two years in Myanmar and one year in Uganda coordinating impact evaluations and other studies on poverty alleviation with Innovations for Poverty Action. As a Global Health Corps fellow, Michelle also supported health workforce policy and advocacy with IntraHealth International.
Michelle was a Presidential Scholar at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and holds an MPH in Global Health and Population. At Harvard, she undertook research on maternal and newborn health, research capacity-strengthening in LMICs, and impacts of COVID-19 in sub-Saharan Africa. Michelle graduated with distinction in Global Affairs and International Development from Yale University. In her (non-pandemic) free time, she loves salsa dancing, dinner parties, and adventures with friends.