Maryann Delea, MPH    Senior Public Health Program Associate:  Maryann is experienced in designing and managing international programs and research projects and providing technical guidance to ensure the appropriate implementation of various infectious disease programs and WASH research studies.

Maryann Delea, MPH

Senior Public Health Program Associate: Maryann is experienced in designing and managing international programs and research projects and providing technical guidance to ensure the appropriate implementation of various infectious disease programs and WASH research studies.

  Anna Ellis, MDP    Research Projects Manager:  Anna conducted mixed methods research in the Philippines while working on the Menstrual Hygiene Management in schools project with UNICEF. She currently leads the THRIVE project.

Anna Ellis, MDP

Research Projects Manager: Anna conducted mixed methods research in the Philippines while working on the Menstrual Hygiene Management in schools project with UNICEF. She currently leads the THRIVE project.

  Joana Falcao, MPH    Research Coordinator:  Joana has many years of experience working in Mozambique and elsewhere on the implementation, management, and evaluation of various public health programs and research projects. She currently leads the PAASIM study in Beira, Mozambique.

Joana Falcao, MPH

Research Coordinator: Joana has many years of experience working in Mozambique and elsewhere on the implementation, management, and evaluation of various public health programs and research projects. She currently leads the PAASIM study in Beira, Mozambique.

  Emily Awino Ogutu    Public Health Program Associate:  Emily is based in Kenya and is leading behavior change communication activities for the THRIVE project.

Emily Awino Ogutu

Public Health Program Associate: Emily is based in Kenya and is leading behavior change communication activities for the THRIVE project.

  Jedidiah Snyder, MPH    Senior Research Specialist:  Jedidiah is an environmental engineer and public health professional with a passion for international development – particularly programs focused on water, sanitation and hygiene in schools.

Jedidiah Snyder, MPH

Senior Research Specialist: Jedidiah is an environmental engineer and public health professional with a passion for international development – particularly programs focused on water, sanitation and hygiene in schools.

  Mulat Woreta, BA, PGD    Community Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Specialist:  Mulat is an experienced professional of field research. He is applying these skills as a monitoring and evaluation officer on the group's Ethiopia behavioral change trial.

Mulat Woreta, BA, PGD

Community Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Specialist: Mulat is an experienced professional of field research. He is applying these skills as a monitoring and evaluation officer on the group's Ethiopia behavioral change trial.

  Kassahun Zewudie, MPH    Senior Community Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Specialist:  Kassahun has diverse experience in managing public health projects and works as the Ethiopian research team coordinator.

Kassahun Zewudie, MPH

Senior Community Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion Specialist: Kassahun has diverse experience in managing public health projects and works as the Ethiopian research team coordinator.

 
 

Students

  Julia Baker, MPH    PhD Candidate:  Julia is pursuing a PhD in Epidemiology with interests in international child health and infectious disease. Her current project examines the role of WASH on hookworm infection among Togolese school children.

Julia Baker, MPH

PhD Candidate: Julia is pursuing a PhD in Epidemiology with interests in international child health and infectious disease. Her current project examines the role of WASH on hookworm infection among Togolese school children.

  Anna Chard, MPH    PhD Candidate:  Anna is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. Her  research interests include the impact of school WASH improvements and WASH education on student health and behaviors, and sustainable solutions to increase community WASH access. 

Anna Chard, MPH

PhD Candidate: Anna is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. Her research interests include the impact of school WASH improvements and WASH education on student health and behaviors, and sustainable solutions to increase community WASH access. 

  Frederick Goddard, MS    PhD Student:  Fred is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. He  is helping with components of the impact evaluation of an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene promotion model on behavior change and trachoma in Amhara, Ethiopia .

Frederick Goddard, MS

PhD Student: Fred is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. He is helping with components of the impact evaluation of an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene promotion model on behavior change and trachoma in Amhara, Ethiopia.

  Frederica (Freddy) Lamar, MSPH    PhD Student:  Freddy is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. She is interested in the intersection of WASH and behavior change interventions in low and middle income countries. She is working on formative research in Mozambique exploring childhood exposure to chicken feces and opportunities for interventions.

Frederica (Freddy) Lamar, MSPH

PhD Student: Freddy is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. She is interested in the intersection of WASH and behavior change interventions in low and middle income countries. She is working on formative research in Mozambique exploring childhood exposure to chicken feces and opportunities for interventions.

  Elizabeth Sajewski, BSE    PhD Student:  Elizabeth is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. She is interested in the environmental drivers of infectious disease, with particular interest in the dynamics of enteric and waterborne pathogens.

Elizabeth Sajewski, BSE

PhD Student: Elizabeth is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences. She is interested in the environmental drivers of infectious disease, with particular interest in the dynamics of enteric and waterborne pathogens.

  Julia Sobolik, MS, MPH    PhD Student:  Julia is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences with interests in enteric diseases and environmental microbiology. She is particularly interested in the association between water quality and the gut microbiome.

Julia Sobolik, MS, MPH

PhD Student: Julia is pursuing a PhD in Environmental Health Sciences with interests in enteric diseases and environmental microbiology. She is particularly interested in the association between water quality and the gut microbiome.

  Tina Braccio    Graduate Research Assistant:  Tina is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins. She is currently working on qualitative data collection to understand barriers and facilitators  for uptake of an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene promotion behavior change  intervention among caregivers in Amhara, Ethiopia

Tina Braccio

Graduate Research Assistant: Tina is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins. She is currently working on qualitative data collection to understand barriers and facilitators for uptake of an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene promotion behavior change intervention among caregivers in Amhara, Ethiopia

  Jacob Clemente    Graduate Research Assistant:  Jacob is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins with a focus in Community Health and Development and certificate in WASH. Over the summer, he is interning with IRC WASH in The Hague.

Jacob Clemente

Graduate Research Assistant: Jacob is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins with a focus in Community Health and Development and certificate in WASH. Over the summer, he is interning with IRC WASH in The Hague.

  Matthew Derrico    Graduate Research Assistant:  Matthew is pursuing an MPH in Global Environmental Health at Rollins with a focus in WASH. He is interested in understanding the effects of urbanization on water access and quality in peri-urban communities.

Matthew Derrico

Graduate Research Assistant: Matthew is pursuing an MPH in Global Environmental Health at Rollins with a focus in WASH. He is interested in understanding the effects of urbanization on water access and quality in peri-urban communities.

  Rachel Jackson    Graduate Research Assistant:  Rachel is pursuing an MPH at Rollins with concentration on infectious diseases and certificate in WASH. She has spent time in Cambodia, Peru, and the Dominican Republic working on community education, and will be interning with IRC WASH in The Hague this summer.

Rachel Jackson

Graduate Research Assistant: Rachel is pursuing an MPH at Rollins with concentration on infectious diseases and certificate in WASH. She has spent time in Cambodia, Peru, and the Dominican Republic working on community education, and will be interning with IRC WASH in The Hague this summer.

  Azmeh Khan    Graduate Research Assistant:  Azmeh is pursuing an MPH in Global Environmental Health at Rollins with a concentration on infectious diseases and certificate in WASH. Over the summer, she is interning with IRC WASH in The Hague to examine WASH systems and how different elements of the WASH system may support or hinder progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

Azmeh Khan

Graduate Research Assistant: Azmeh is pursuing an MPH in Global Environmental Health at Rollins with a concentration on infectious diseases and certificate in WASH. Over the summer, she is interning with IRC WASH in The Hague to examine WASH systems and how different elements of the WASH system may support or hinder progress toward the Sustainable Development Goals.

  Morgan Lane    Graduate Research Assistant:  Morgan is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins with a focus in infectious diseases and certificates in WASH and Complex Humanitarian Emergencies. Over the summer, she is interning with IRC WASH in The Hague conducting research on WASH systems and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Morgan Lane

Graduate Research Assistant: Morgan is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins with a focus in infectious diseases and certificates in WASH and Complex Humanitarian Emergencies. Over the summer, she is interning with IRC WASH in The Hague conducting research on WASH systems and the Sustainable Development Goals.

  Katie Micek    Graduate Research Assistant:   Katie is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins with a focus in infectious disease and an interest in program monitoring and evaluation. She is working on the endline evaluation of the Chakruok Makare project in Kenya which aims to reduce stunting in children. She is supporting the concurrent quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis of the uptake of WASH and nutrition behaviors in caregivers of children under 2 years.

Katie Micek

Graduate Research Assistant: Katie is pursuing an MPH in Global Health at Rollins with a focus in infectious disease and an interest in program monitoring and evaluation. She is working on the endline evaluation of the Chakruok Makare project in Kenya which aims to reduce stunting in children. She is supporting the concurrent quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis of the uptake of WASH and nutrition behaviors in caregivers of children under 2 years.

  Graeme Prentice-Mott    Graduate Research Assistant:  Graeme is pursuing an MSPH in Environmental Epidemiology at Rollins. He is working on the SWASH project in Kenya to assist in the development of guidelines which outline how schools can procure, monitor and maintain private sector sanitation.

Graeme Prentice-Mott

Graduate Research Assistant: Graeme is pursuing an MSPH in Environmental Epidemiology at Rollins. He is working on the SWASH project in Kenya to assist in the development of guidelines which outline how schools can procure, monitor and maintain private sector sanitation.

  Shaiana Oliveira    Graduate Research Assistant:  Shaiana is pursuing an MPH in Global Environmental Health  and certificate in WASH. She is interested in the intersction of WASH and maternal and child health, focused on reducing child mortality. She is working in Mozambique to understand the impact of poor animal feces management and its possible impact on child health.

Shaiana Oliveira

Graduate Research Assistant: Shaiana is pursuing an MPH in Global Environmental Health  and certificate in WASH. She is interested in the intersction of WASH and maternal and child health, focused on reducing child mortality. She is working in Mozambique to understand the impact of poor animal feces management and its possible impact on child health.

  Ashlin Rakhra    Graduate Research Assistant:  Ashlin is pursuing an MPH in Global Health. Over the summer, she is assisting in quarterly monitoring data collection for  an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene promotion behavior change  intervention in Amhara, Ethiopia.

Ashlin Rakhra

Graduate Research Assistant: Ashlin is pursuing an MPH in Global Health. Over the summer, she is assisting in quarterly monitoring data collection for an enhanced, demand-side sanitation and hygiene promotion behavior change intervention in Amhara, Ethiopia.