Emma Loebelson brings over a decade of experience in international strategic advisory, program management, and policy analysis, to Rabin Martin. Having focused much of her work at the nexus of corporate strategy and public policy, she is passionate about fostering cross-sector collaboration and harnessing private sector capabilities to become a multiplier of positive social impact and to strengthen health systems capacity around the world.
At Rabin Martin, she specializes in:
- Providing operational, technical, and strategic support for a global multi-country maternal health program
- Supporting the development of strategic initiatives that strengthen health systems in low-resource settings.
- Analyzing international health and policy trends to increase sustainable access to medicines and build support for global health security
Prior to joining Rabin Martin, Emma served as a strategic advisor and program manager to organizations and companies implementing cross-sectoral social and environmental programming. At the Open Society Foundations, she worked to ensure the Public Health Program maintained continuity of operations through an unexpected political crisis, and managed international health access and harm reduction grants. She served as a field researcher in the Democratic Republic of Congo for the United Nations Development Programme, assessing and providing solutions on private sector ESG strategies, and served as a consultant on climate change mitigation strategies in the Niger Delta. In China and the US, she served as a political risk consultant and strategic advisor to clients expanding international operations and developing ESG programs across multiple sectors.
MPA, International Affairs, Conflict Resolution
Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs
BA, International Affairs
The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs