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Our Global Team

Leadership

Scott Radloff, PhD - Director
Director, PMA2020
Senior Scientist, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
 
Dr. Scott Radloff provides strategic direction to all programmatic, technical, administrative and financial aspects of the project. He works closely with PMA2020 partners, staff and funders to ensure progress against objectives and serves as the lead on the aggregation and analysis of PMA2020 data. Prior to his work with PMA2020, Dr. Radloff worked with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for 30 years. During this time he served as the Director for the Office of Population and Reproductive Health (OPRH) for 7 years. Email: sradloff@jhu.edu
Amy Tsui, MA, PhD - Senior Technical Advisor
Senior Technical Advisor, PMA2020
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health
Senior Scholar, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
 
Dr. Amy Tsui provides overall stewardship, strategic direction and high-level technical advice to the program. Dr. Tsui works closely with PMA2020 staff to make sure the project is in line with all objectives proposed. Dr. Tsui is also a Professor in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health as well as Senior Scholar at the Gates Institute. She serves as President of the Population Association of America (PAA). Her research interests include family planning, fertility, and related health issues in developing countries. Email: atsui1@jhu.edu
Yoonjoung "YJ" Choi, MPH, DrPH - Deputy Director
Dr. Yoonjoung “YJ” Choi oversees technical aspects of the project to ensure high quality data, advance survey methods and research, and improve use of PMA2020 data by various stakeholders. Her research interests include survey methods and data quality assessment, family planning, and fertility transition in developing countries. Previously, she was a Senior Technical Advisor for Population and Metrics at the United States Agency for International Development most recently. She conducted impact evaluation research at Johns Hopkins University and program monitoring and evaluation at the World Bank. Email: y.choi@jhu.edu
Linnea Zimmerman, PhD, MPH - Associate Director, Research
Dr. Linnea Zimmerman oversees the management and analysis of PMA2020 data and the technical capacity strengthening efforts of PMA2020 partner organizations. She also co-leads and facilitates research and PMA2020 data utilization. In addition to family planning and monitoring and evaluation, Dr. Zimmerman is interested in the intersection of reproductive health and humanitarian emergencies and wrote her dissertation on techniques for indirect estimation of mortality during and after humanitarian emergencies.​ Email: linnea.zimmerman@jhu.edu
Hannah Olson, MSPH - Associate Director, Survey Operations
Hannah Olson provides strategic oversight, helping lead the planning, execution, technical support, and dissemination of PMA2020 surveys in all program countries. Hannah has a Master of Science in Public Health and a Certificate in Demographic Methods from the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from The University of Texas at Austin. Email: holson@jhu.edu
 

Program Management

Eva Bugos, MSPH - Program Specialist
Eva Bugos provides programmatic and technical support for PMA2020. Eva has a Master of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health, and Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology and a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Pittsburgh. Before Hopkins, Eva was a research assistant at the Mixed Methods Research Laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania. Email: ebugos1@jhu.edu
Selamawit Desta, MIA, MSPH - Program Officer
Selamawit Desta provides programmatic and technical assistance to the project through the facilitation of in-country trainings and data collection activities in program countries. Selam also leads the project's communication efforts and coordinates the dissemination of PMA2020 data. Selam has a Masters of Science in Public Health and a Certificate in Health Disparities from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Masters in International Affairs (MIA) from Columbia University’s School of International & Public Affairs. In the past she has worked with USAID’s Office of Population and Reproductive Health on the High Impact Practices in Family Planning. Email: sdesta@jhu.edu
Sarah Kennedy - Program Assistant
Sarah Kennedy provides technical and programmatic support to all members of the PMA2020 team. Sarah has a Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies with a concentration in Global Health, with minors in Medical Anthropology and Spanish from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Sarah’s work experience ranges from conducting a health impact assessment in Cusco, Peru, to serving as a marketing intern for a Baltimore-based A/V firm. Email: skennedy@jhu.edu
Antonia Morzenti, MA - Francophone Program Specialist
Antonia Morzenti provides administrative, coordination, and technical assistance to the Baltimore team and program countries in Francophone West Africa. She helps coordinate work plans, budgets, fieldwork trainings, logistics for country start-up with local partners, and tracking program progress. Prior to Hopkins, Antonia was an NSEP Boren Fellow researching methods and motives of social mobilizers in rural Senegal. She obtained her Masters from SIT Graduate Institute in Intercultural Service, Leadership, and Management with a specialization in Monitoring and Evaluation. Antonia spent two years in Cameroon working with local NGOs and has traveled extensively throughout Sub-Saharan Africa. Email: amorzen1@jhu.edu
Alec Shannon, MS - WASH Program Specialist
Alec Shannon provides programmatic support and technical assistance throughout training and data collection, with a particular focus on the project’s water, sanitation, and hygiene modules. Alec has a Master of Science in Global Health from Duke University’s Global Health Institute and a Certificate in International Development Policy from Duke’s Sanford School of Public Policy. Prior to PMA2020, Alec worked for the Water Institute at UNC, where she supported projects on Community-led Total Sanitation and Household Water Treatment and Safe Storage. She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Technology and Management from NC State University. Email: ashannon@jhu.edu.
Shani Turke, MSPH - Francophone Program Officer
Shani Turke provides programmatic and technical support throughout training and data collection activities for PMA2020, with a particular focus on supporting the project’s Francophone partners. Shani also helps support new business development in the region, including exploring expansion to new geographies as well as new survey modules. Shani has a Master of Science in Public Health from the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Before joining PMA2020, Shani worked on family planning programming for urban youth in Dakar, Senegal while on a Rotary Ambassadorial Scholarship. Email: sturke1@jhu.edu
Blake Zachary, MHS - Senior Program Officer
Blake Zachary provides programmatic and technical assistance oversight to PMA2020 surveys in India and Nigeria as well as facilitates collaboration between PMA2020 and the Challenge Initiative’s Monitoring and Evaluation team at the Gates Institute. Blake has a Master’s of Health Science from the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Before joining PMA2020, Blake was a survey manager for the Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) Program and worked primarily in India on the National Family Health Survey (NFHS). Email: bzachary@jhu.edu

Business Development

Noelle Battle, MPH - Program Officer, Business Development
Noelle Battle works with PMA2020 leadership to develop and lead the operationalization of a business and marketing plan to inform the project's long-term sustainable growth. She has a Master of Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Economics and Management from Cornell University. Prior to PMA2020, Noelle was a Research Associate at the Bloomberg School's International Health Department. She has managed a medical non-profit in Guatemala and spent several years working in finance and consulting. Email: nbattle@jhu.edu

Data Management & Analysis

Shulin Jiang, MSPH - Research Data Manager
Shulin Jiang supports data management and analysis activities across all program countries. Prior to PMA2020, Shulin interned as a research associate for a tuberculosis control program in South Africa. She has an Master of Science in Public Health from the Department of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she concentrated in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control. Shulin received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Molecular & Cellular Biology and Chemistry. Email: sjiang19@jhu.edu
Hamadou Coulibaly, MSPH - Research Data Manager
Hamadou Coulibaly supports data management and analysis activities across all PMA2020 project countries. He also provides international training support, particularly for PMA2020 Francophone countries (Burkina Faso, Niger, and Democratic Republic of the Congo). Hamadou has a Master of Science in Public Health, with a concentration in Biostatistics, from Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in New Orleans. Email: hcoulibaly@jhu.edu
 
 

Programming / IT

James Pringle, ScM - Senior Programmer Analyst
James supports the mobile health data collection platform as an Android developer and an Open Data Kit specialist. He also builds up data housing and data visualization capacity for PMA2020. In particular, his GIS skills have created new vantage points for understanding PMA2020 data. James has a Master of Science in Biostatistics from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He received his Bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Brigham Young University. Email: jpringle@jhu.edu
Joe Flack - Programmer Analyst
 
Joe Flack supports the mobile health data collection platform as an Open Data Kit specialist. He is also involved in the planning and development of web applications for streamlining existing processes and adding new capabilities. He received his Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from the University of Florida. Email: jflack1@jhu.edu
 
 

Communications

Esther Pak, MSPH - Communications Specialist
Esther is the Communications Specialist for PMA2020. Her role includes expanding the reach and impact of PMA2020 data dissemination efforts. Prior to PMA2020, Esther was at the World Health Organization headquarters in the Director-General’s Office as a country cooperation policy intern and president of the intern board. Esther has a Master of Science in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where she concentrated in international health and health communication. She received her BS in Molecular and Cellular Biology, Chemistry and Spanish from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Email: epak@jhu.edu

Finance

Pam Moore - Senior Research Service Analyst
Pam Moore is the Senior Research Service Analyst for PMA2020. She has six years of experience from various divisions throughout Johns Hopkins University. She manages all financial and compliance aspects of PMA2020, monitors sub-agreement contracts and acts as the financial lead contact. She prepares financial reports and collaborates with international partners and local staff to ensure smooth execution of operations linked to financial matters. Prior to joining PMA2020, she worked at the Center for Tuberculosis at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Medicine. Pam has a BS in Business Administration. Email: pmoore@jhu.edu
Ellen Guloy, JD - Research Service Analyst
Ellen Guloy manages all financial and compliance aspects of the award, monitors award balances and ensures that there is always sufficient funding for implementation and necessary approvals from sponsors. She reconciles monthly accounts with quarterly financial reviews by program teams. Ellen prepares a detailed budget tracking tool and works with partners' finance managers to gather financial data to inform program teams on expenditures and balances. Prior to joining PMA2020, she worked with the University of Maryland in College Park as a Research Coordinator. Ellen was a foreign graduate with a degree in International Studies and Juris Doctor. Email: eguloy1@jhu.edu

Faculty Advisors

Saifuddin Ahmed, MBBS, PhD - Senior Technical Advisor
Senior Technical Advisor, PMA2020
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health; Biostatistics (Joint)
 
Dr. Ahmed is a Senior Technical Advisor to PMA2020 and serves a key role in the development and design of PMA2020's mobile data collection platform. Dr. Ahmed also works with program countries to provide technical assistance with data collection and analysis. Dr. Ahmed’s medical background and training is in epidemiology and demography. His areas of research and work include: reproductive epidemiology, program evaluation for family planning, health care utilization, quantitative research methods and complex population surveys. Email: sahmed3@jhu.edu
Stan Becker, PhD - Senior Technical Advisor
Senior Technical Advisor, PMA2020
Professor, Population, Family and Reproductive Health; International Health (Joint)
 
Professor Stan Becker is a Senior Technical Advisor for PMA2020. He provides technical expertise and advice on survey design and implementation. He also provides technical assistance for data collection and analysis to PMA2020 program countries. Professor Becker has extensive experience in demographic methods and reproductive health interventions. His research interests include couples-based reproductive health analyses and interventions and estimation of fertility and child mortality in developing countries. Email: sbecker@jhsph.edu
Natalie Exum, PhD, MS - Senior Technical Advisor, WASH
Dr. Natalie Exum is the Senior Technical Advisor for Water, Sanitation, and Nutrition for PMA2020's mobile health data collection platform. She oversees PMA2020’s water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) surveys and data analysis in all program countries. Natalie also leads the PMA2020 Schistosomiasis module in Uganda, which is providing a national assessment of the disease incidence throughout the country along with the WASH conditions of households to understand how to most effectively interrupt the transmission cycle. She received her doctorate from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Environmental Health Sciences and has a Master of Science in Environmental Engineering from Stanford University. Prior to PMA2020, Natalie worked for the World Bank as a water specialist on technical and institutional problems in the water sector and has carried out a number of project investments and studies across Africa, South Asia and Latin America. Email: nexum1@jhu.edu
Alain Koffi, MD, PhD - Senior Technical Advisor
Dr. Alain Koffi is faculty in the Department of International Health. He provides technical assistance for the PMA2020 implementation in Cote d’Ivoire. Prior to that position, Dr. Koffi completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Gates Institute for Population, Family and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Dr. Koffi was initially trained as an MD at the University of Cocody / Abidjan- Cote d’Ivoire and pursued additional academic training at the Tokyo Medical and Dental University-Tokyo, Japan acquiring a PhD in Public Health. Dr. Koffi's research interests reside in human populations, reproductive health, and human health and his work involves survey implementation, data analysis techniques, and research on the biological causes and determinants of maternal, neonatal and child morbidity and mortality. Email: akoffi1@jhu.edu 
Qingfeng Li, PhD - Senior Technical Advisor
Assistant Scientist, Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health; International Health (Joint)
 
Dr. Qingfeng Li is a faculty member in the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health with a joint appointment in the Department of International Health. He is a data analyst for PMA2020 and provides technical support for data analysis and quality for all PMA2020 program countries. Dr. Li received his Masters in Economics from Peking University and both his MHS in Biostatistics and PhD from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Prior to his work with PMA2020, Dr. Li was a consultant at the World Bank and the World Health Organization.​ Email: qli28@jhu.edu
Caroline Moreau, MD, PhD, MPH - Senior Technical Advisor
Senior Technical Advisor, PMA2020
Assistant Professor, Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health
 
Dr. Caroline Moreau is a Senior Technical Advisor to PMA2020. She provides technical assistance and strategic direction to PMA2020 program countries, focusing on survey design, data collection, and data analysis. Dr. Moreau’s research interests cover a range of topics including family planning, abortion, social inequalities in sexual and reproductive health and use of SRH services. Her work has especially focused on contraceptive use patterns and its association with unintended pregnancies and abortion. She has expertise in epidemiological methods, survey design and health disparities research. Email: cmoreau2@jhu.edu
Jose "Oying" Rimon, MA, PgDip - Senior Policy Advisor
Senior Policy Advisor, PMA2020
Director, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
Senior Scientist, Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health 
 
Mr. Jose "Oying" Rimon II is a Senior Policy Advisor to PMA2020 providing expertise in conceptualizing, designing and implementing key activities to ensure that survey results are communicated effectively to influence policy making decisions at multiple levels. Mr. Rimon coordinates with the Family Planning 2020 (FP2020) Task Team and works to enhance the sustainability and durability over time of the performance monitoring system. Mr. Rimon also serves as the Director of the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population & Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Email: jrimon@jhu.edu
Kellog Schwab, MS, PhD - Senior Technical Advisor, WASH
Senior Mobile Technology Advisor, PMA2020
Director, Johns Hopkins Water Institute
Professor, Environmental Health Sciences; Molecular Microbiology and Immunology (Joint) 
 
Kellog Schwab is a Senior Mobile Technology Advisor for PMA2020. He provides expertise with data collection using mobile devices and dissemination. He also assists with the technical and analytic aspects of implementing PMA2020's mobile data collection platform.  Dr. Schwab is also a professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and Director of the Johns Hopkins Water Institute and the JHU Center for Water and Health. Dr. Schwab’s research focuses on environmental microbiology and engineering with an emphasis on the fate and transport of pathogenic microorganisms in water, food and the environment. Email: kschwab1@jhu.edu

Student Research Assistants

Suzanne Bell, MPH - Research Assistant
Suzanne Bell is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and doctoral student in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She provides programmatic and technical support for PMA2020, primarily related to data management and analysis. Suzanne received a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies from the University of California, Los Angeles and a Master of Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley. Suzanne previously worked at UC Berkeley Bixby Center for Population, Health and Sustainability as a Monitoring & Evaluation Manager. Email: suzannebell@jhu.edu
Ifta Choiriyyah, MD, MSPH - Research Assistant
Dr. Ifta Choiriyyah is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a doctoral student in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She provides support for data management and analysis. Dr. Choiriyyah has a medical degree from Universitas Gadjah Mada School of Medicine in Indonesia and a Master of Science in Public Health from the Bloomberg School. Before coming to Baltimore, she worked as research assistant at UGM Center for Reproductive Health. Email: ichoiri1@jhu.edu 
Meagan Byrne - Research Assistant
Meagan Byrne is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a Master student in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She supports PMA2020 data management and program teams. Meagan holds a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from George Washington University. Prior to Hopkins, Meagan was a program assistant at Gynuity Health Projects in New York, where she assisted clinical research for postpartum hemorrhage management in low resource settings. Email: mbyrne18@jhu.edu
 
Sally Dunst, MSPH - Research Assistant
Sally Dunst is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a doctoral student in the department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health. She is involved with data management, cleaning, and analysis at PMA2020 and provides programmatic support for the project. Sally has a Master of Science in Public Health from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University. Before coming to Hopkins, Sally was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Rwanda. Email: sdunst1@jhu.edu
 
Amy McDonough - Research Assistant
Amy McDonough is a dual degree student in the MPH/MBA program at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the Carey Business School. She supports various communications and business development activities for the project. Amy holds a BA in Diplomacy and World Affairs from Occidental College in Los Angeles. Prior to Hopkins, Amy worked in Mbarara, Uganda for three years in positions with Massachusetts General Hospital as coordinator of a social networks study and implementation research project, and as a Grants Officer with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. She also has experience working in global health program coordination and advocacy from Washington, DC. Email: amcdono3@jhu.edu
Abigail Greenleaf, MPH - Research Assistant
Abigail Greenleaf is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and doctoral student in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She provides programmatic and technical support for PMA2020, primarily related to data management and analysis. Abigail received a Bachelor of Science in Public Health from George Washington University and a Master of Public Health from Columbia University. Prior to Hopkins, she worked for the CDC as an Allan Rosenfield Global Health Fellow for PEPFAR in Cameroon and the Field Epidemiology Training Program in Ethiopia. Email: agreenleaf@jhu.edu
Meagan Hawes - Research Assistant
Meagan Hawes is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a master student in the department of International Health concentrating in Global Disease Epidemiology and Control at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. She provides programmatic implementation support for PMA2020. Meagan received a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. Prior to joining PMA2020, Meagan worked as a Global Health Corps fellow at non-profit Health Poverty Action Rwanda. Email: mhawes2@jhu.edu
Matthea Roemer - Research Assistant
Matthea Roemer is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a Master student in the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She supports the development of a new primary health care module for PMA2020.  Matthea holds a BA in Biology from Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Prior to attending Hopkins, Matthea interned with a maternal and child nutrition reinforcement program in Senegal while studying abroad.  Email: mroemer2@jhmi.edu
 
Mridula Shankar, MPH - Research Assistant
Mridula Shankar is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a doctoral student in the department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She is involved with data management, cleaning, and analysis at PMA2020 and provides programmatic support for the project. Mridula has a Master of Public Health from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from Bryn Mawr College. Before Hopkins, Mridula worked as a Research Fellow with the Judith Lumley Centre for mother, infant and family health research at La Trobe University in Melbourne.  Email: mshanka6@jhu.edu. 
Elizabeth Tobey - Research Assistant
Elizabeth Tobey is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a Master student in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She provides support for data management and analysis.  Elizabeth received a Bachelor of Arts in Biology from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts.  Prior to Hopkins, Elizabeth was an AmeriCorps Member at YWCA Alaska. Email: etobey1@jhmi.edu
Rachael Turner - Research Assistant
Rachael Turner is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a Master student in the Department of Population, Family, and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She supports PMA2020 data management and analysis. Rachael received her Bachelor of Science from the University of Minnesota College of Biological Sciences. Prior to Hopkins, Rachael was a Community Program Assistant in Epidemiology and Community Health at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Email: rturne31@jhmi.edu
Shannon Wood, MS - Research Assistant
Shannon Wood is a Research Assistant for PMA2020 and a doctoral student in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She provides support for data management and analysis at PMA2020. Shannon received a Bachelor of Arts in Medical Humanities from Baylor University and a Master of Science in Reproductive and Sexual Health Research from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Prior to coming to Hopkins, Shannon previously worked at the National Cancer Institute as an Epidemiologic Research Analyst/Biostatistician on research related to reproductive cancers. Email: swood@jhu.edu