Sarah approaches her work with the critical lens of a researcher and the heart of a field worker. With more than a decade of experience in maternal and child health, HIV and family planning in Asia and Africa, Sarah specializes in:
- Fostering and supporting public-private partnerships in the field
- Coordinating large implementation research projects
- Monitoring and evaluating multi-site programs
- Identifying structural interventions to enable healthy behaviors
- Developing projects at the intersection of public health and human rights
Before joining Rabin Martin, Sarah was the Asia Program Director at HealthRight International, where she developed and managed programs addressing maternal and child health, family planning, HIV, tuberculosis and gender-based violence in Nepal and Vietnam. Prior to that, she coordinated a large-scale HIV implementation research project funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Avahan Initiative in India. Sarah has experience working with Yale’s Center for Interdisciplinary Research on AIDS, Bristol-Myers Squibb’s Secure the Future program, AmeriCares and Save the Children. Previously, Sarah helped initiate the Advisory Board Company’s international portfolio of best practices for hospitals and health industry stakeholders.
Yale University School of Epidemiology & Public Health