Meet the Policy, Research and Advocacy Team at the Global Health Council.
Rachel Hampton is a Research Associate at the Council. She graduated from George Washington University, Washington DC with a BA in Anthropology and a minor in Psychology. She has worked and traveled extensively on five different continents. Her main focus areas in global health are maternal, newborn, and child health and reproductive health.
Susan Higman is the Director of the Research and Analysis department at the Council, which reviews and synthesizes the available literature and provides an evidence-based foundation for the Council’s policy positions. Susan’s research has focused on the evaluation of early childhood development programs and the relationship between family dynamics, parenting practices, child behavior and child cognitive development. Susan holds an M.A in Government and a Ph.D. in Maternal and Child Health from Johns Hopkins University.
Craig Moscetti is a Senior Manager in the Council’s Policy and Government Relations Department coordinating policy analysis and advocacy efforts around U.S. global health appropriations, the U.S. Global Health Initiative, NCDs, malaria, and NTDs. Before joining the Council, Craig was a Global Health Service Fellow with BRAC Bangladesh and an Analyst in Global Health at the Congressional Research Service. He holds an MPH in global health policy from the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services and a BS in biology from Villanova University.
Kathryn Rosecrans is a Research Associate at the Council. Her area of interest is infectious diseases, especially tropical diseases. She has conducted research on Chagas disease, and has studied and worked in Asia and Latin America. Kathryn holds a MPH in international health and development from Tulane University and a BA in anthropology from University of Florida.