In this episode, M.S. student Bethany Taylor sits down with Dr. Bruce, a health system strengthening expert and adjunct Professor in the Department of International Health at Georgetown University to discuss her experience in directing and evaluating international development projects worldwide. For over two decades, Dr. Bruce has worked on global health and health system strengthening, serving as the Executive Vice President at Social Impact, The Chief Measurement and Impact Evaluation Officer and Acting COO at the Global Fund to End Slavery, and as the Senior Director of Global Health and Measurement at Pact. Dr. Bruce holds a DrPH in Health Policy and Management from the University of North Carolina, an MPH from John Hopkins University, an MA in Geography from the University of British Columbia, and an undergraduate degree in International Political Science from Pennsylvania State University.
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