Marjorie brings a wide range of research, public health and communications experience to Rabin Martin. Marjorie believes that one of the greatest challenges to global health access is wide health inequities. For her, integrating private and public sector strategies can bring resources and attention to unsung actors of change. She is specifically interested in utilizing traditional marketing strategies to help actors across sectors develop their narrative voice.
At Rabin Martin, Marjorie focuses on:
- Designing and deploying external engagement strategies for a broad cross-section of global health stakeholders
- Providing operational, technical and strategic support for marketing initiatives
- Analyzing quantitative and qualitative data to evaluate the need for third-line pediatric antiretroviral medications in sub-Saharan Africa
Prior to joining Rabin Martin, Marjorie served as Operations Manager for Dextro, a computer vision start-up, where she managed marketing initiatives, product development and product launch campaigns. She also supported the research and design of a communications strategy for Planned Parenthood Global to integrate storytelling and narrative into their advocacy campaigns.
MPH, Population and Family Health
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
BA, History of Science, History of Medicine