Nicole believes that collaboration is essential to tackle the most intractable challenges in global health and development and brings five years of experience working at the intersection of the private sector, public sector and civil society to accelerate positive social and environmental impact.
At Rabin Martin, Nicole focuses on:
- Building partnerships and developing strategies for engagement between companies and governments
- Conducting research and analysis on issues spanning global health security, maternal health and non-communicable diseases to inform client priorities
- Supporting thought leadership and crafting communications to help effectively articulate clients’ work within the sphere of global health
Previously, Nicole worked for the Clinton Global Initiative, an initiative of the Clinton Foundation. Having served in various roles, Nicole was most recently an account manager, responsible for cultivating relationships and managing partnerships with senior leadership at corporate and nonprofit organizations from the health and technology spheres. She also worked with disaster response-focused organizations, including the Disaster Accountability Project and evacuteer.org, during her time in New Orleans. Nicole currently serves on the Young Professionals Board of Amref Health Africa in the USA.
BA, Political Science and International Development