Tina truly loves working in global health communications and stakeholder engagement, elevating the conversation around policy, research and practice to improve health quality and equity.
Tina has more than a dozen years of experience in global health, working with NGO, multi-lateral and private sector stakeholders to articulate policy issues and technical information to broader audiences. At Rabin Martin, she guides the firm’s communications and thought leadership efforts, and works with clients and partners to enhance theirs. She specializes in:
- Establishing thought leadership platforms around emerging health issues
- Creating strategies for multi-sectoral engagement among the private sector, multi-lateral organizations, academe and civil society
- Developing publications and transitioning technical resources from print to electronic media
- Implementing communications strategies, particularly digital media development
Tina is best known as the co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of GLOBAL HEALTH Magazine and its companion blog. In many ways, Tina “grew-up” at the heart of the international health community, engaging with the 500 member organizations of the Global Health Council, where she worked for 11 years. There, she facilitated the spectrum of communications efforts, including publications, new media, external relations, private sector engagement and marketing of the organization’s annual conference.
MS, Evaluative Clinical Sciences
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy & Clinical Practice, Dartmouth School of Medicine