Associate Director, Deputy Director, Ariadne Labs, The Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard
Julie Rosenberg, MPH is a strategic public health leader and systems thinker. She has helped build the field of global healthcare delivery, and she has expanded the capacity of clinicians and public health leaders to make better decisions that support health equity. She is the deputy director of the Global Health Delivery Project at Harvard (GHD). GHS is a joint initiative between Harvard Business School, Harvard Medical School, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital that documents lessons about how to improve health outcomes in resource-limited settings and shares these lessons through courseware and training. She is also the associate director of Better Evidence at Ariadne Labs--a joint center for health system innovation at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and Brigham and Women's Hospital. Better Evidence works to ensure that frontline clinicians and public health leaders have access to the latest knowledge through digital tools. With an undergraduate degree in medical anthropology, a master’s degree in global health and epidemiology, and a doctoral degree underway in public health leadership, Julie understands the complex intersection of clinical disease, program design, epidemiology, management, monitoring and evaluation, and local context.