Isabelle is a results-driven strategist with a deep background in health system strengthening and global health program implementation. At Rabin Martin she leads our NCD and market access work, bringing her on-the-ground implementation experience to help the firm’s clients navigate local country contexts and think creatively about public health outcomes. She oversees a dynamic team responsible for strategy development, program design and implementation work.
Isabelle has worked extensively with Ministries of Health across Africa and Latin America and has expertise in developing social enterprise models for women’s health care in low- and middle-income countries. With over 15 years of experience across a wide range of areas – global health, disaster response, and communications – Isabelle specializes in:
- Designing public-private health interventions in non-communicable diseases, HIV and family planning
- Supporting leading pharmaceutical companies to design and launch market access programs in emerging disease areas
- Advising clients on innovative opportunities to make an impact on health system strengthening
- Providing strategic, technical and operational support for field-based practitioners and programs
Before she joined Rabin Martin, Isabelle was the Health System Strengthening Specialist for the International Planned Parenthood Federation, where she drove the development of key growth strategies and social enterprise models for women’s health. Prior, she established and led the Clinton Health Access Initiative’s first country program in Haiti, working directly with the Ministry of Health to optimize HIV/AIDS care pre-earthquake and managing the health response and health system rebuilding activities post-earth quake.
MA, International Relations
Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies