Shereen Bhan’s career spans 20+ years of experience in designing and implementing training and technical assistance programs for LMICs across the globe. In her current role at WomenLift Health, she oversees the design, contextualization, and implementation of WomenLift’s signature Leadership Journey and other leadership training modalities for mid-career women in global health. As part of the senior leadership team of WomenLift, she actively contributes to the strategic planning and management needed to support a growing and complex initiative to reach women leaders in health around the world at scale.
Prior to her current role, she was the Assistant Director and a Senior Research Associate at the International Center for Public Policy at Georgia State University’s Andrew Young School of Policy Studies. There, she oversaw a wide spectrum of multi-million-dollar technical assistance and training projects and managed the design and implementation of numerous public finance capacity-building programs. Clients included the World Bank, IMF, country governments, USAID and UNDP. During her time at AYSPS she also led the design and implementation of a Leadership training program in Public Management for cohorts of the Young African Leaders Initiative, an Obama administration effort, from 2015-2017.
Her research interests lie at the intersection of leadership development, gender equality, behavioral change, and public health. She has an MBA in Finance and a BA in Economics.