Andrew Secor is an M&E Officer at PATH, and a Global Health Implementation Science PhD student in the Department of Global Health at the University of Washington. Since receiving his Master of Public Health in Global Health from the University of Washington, he has managed health system strengthening and community health worker evaluations in West and Southern Africa. Most recently, he worked as the Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor with JSI on an Ebola survivor program in Liberia. His research interests include health information systems, integrating community health strategies into formal health systems, and addressing mental health issues among vulnerable populations.
Reflecting on his time with START, Andrew said, “my time at START has prepared me to take on more advanced roles in the global health field. Experiential learning in client relations, project management, and short-term consulting helped me build a highly valuable skillset which will greatly benefit my future work. START is a fantastic opportunity for students to develop robust academic and professional skills.”