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Elisabeth works at the intersection of public health, innovation, and behavior change, designing and testing strategies that promote behavior change at public health and global development agencies with a focus on low- and middle-income countries. In the time of Covid-19, she has pioneered the field of infodemic management with global health colleagues at US CDC, WHO and UNICEF to better diagnose and address information overload and misinformation that accompanies outbreaks and emergencies. She has led Covid-19 vaccine confidence efforts in the US and trained infodemic managers globally. Elisabeth is currently serving as Senior SBC Advisor in the Bureau for Global Health, USAID. She holds an MA in Communications from Johns Hopkins University and a BFA in Writing from Pratt Institute. She believes in the power of storytelling and centering communities in the business of public health for sustainable and healthy behavior change.

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