Kimberly Connolly Malaria Technical Advisor

Scope of Work
Kim is the Malaria Technical Advisor on the President’s Malaria Initiative Team, Division of Health, Office of Sustainable Development, Bureau for Africa at USAID. In that capacity, Kim provides guidance, monitoring and technical support to USAID at headquarters, and in the field with USAID Missions, PMI country teams, technical counterparts, implementing partners, Ministries of Health, and USAID cooperating agencies.

Prior to her fellowship, Kim was Director, Center for Global and Public Health and Clinical Assistant Professor at Villanova University, College of Nursing.  Before Villanova, she worked for  various NGOs implementing health programming in humanitarian emergencies. Kim has lived and worked in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Indonesia, Liberia, Ethiopia, and China.  She started her international career as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Niger.

Kim holds an MPH degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, a BS degree in Nursing from Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing and a BA degree in Political Science from Dickinson College.

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