Allison Osterman completed an MPH in the Department of Global Health in the Health Metrics and Evaluation track at the University of Washington. She received her B.A. in International Studies from the University of Denver and earned a Professional Certificate in International Development from American University. Prior to joining UW, she worked as a Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for the UN World Food Programme in Niger. She also worked as a Program Officer for USAID in the Office of Food for Peace. While at USAID she served as a food security focal point for USAID's humanitarian response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. She is currently a Program Officer in the Health Systems Analytics at PATH. Allison's interests include maternal child health and nutrition, technology, and implementation science.
Specific Skills: Study design, data collection and analysis, program monitoring & evaluation, proficiency in French and Spanish