Suzanne Powell is a dedicated health equity advocate, with over 15 years of public health experience, ranging from academia and non-profit institutions to the government sector. As an epidemiologist/health scientist, Suzanne designs and oversees implementation of research studies to assess and evaluate the effectiveness of various interventions to improve health outcomes for women and children. Her research has focused on malaria, reproductive, maternal, and newborn child health and immunizations. She has advised and led collaborations with over ten country Ministries, and numerous multilateral organizations, international non-government organizations and international donors. To couple her experience of project design and management, Suzanne recently received her certification as a Project Management Professional. She holds an Honors Bachelor of Arts from York University and a Master of Public Health in Behavioral Epidemiology from Emory University.
U.S. Centers for Disease Control