The Global Health Fellows Program (GHFP) II is the US Agency for International Development (USAID) Global Health (GH) bureau’s premiere Fellowship program that identifies and supports diverse, technically excellent professionals at all levels to achieve the Agency’s health priorities. Through GHFP-II, USAID/GH is contributing meaningfully to identifying and training diverse future global health professionals, and engaging academia to strengthen non-technical competencies that are essential for a successful GH career.
Jordan Burns is an MPH candidate at Emory University, concentrating in Global Epidemiology and completing a certificate program in the Socio-Contextual Determinants of Health. She previously earned a BA in Biology with minors in International Health and Religious Studies at the University of Louisville. Jordan was a 2011 NSEP Boren Scholarship recipient and spent a school year studying global public health and the Portuguese language in Salvador, Brazil. For her MPH practicum, she returned to Brazil to collaborate with researchers at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in assessing parental acce
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