Over the last week, 3ie staff in Delhi, London and Washington were busy coordinating conference logistics, finalizing the program, and putting the last touches to their presentations. This is usual preparation for a conference but this one is going to be different. Why? Because the participant mix–of more than 500 people–is balanced among policymakers, program managers, implementers, and researchers.
Heather Lanthorn coordinates the review and quality assurance process for grants funded under 3ie's Social Protection Thematic Window, Open Window and Policy Window modalities.
Heather holds a B.A. in Anthropology from Wake Forest University and a Masters in Public Health from the University of Michigan. She is currently completing her doctorate of science in health systems at the Harvard School of Public Health. Her work focuses on the political, economic and social aspects related to the adoption and implementation of the Affordable Medicines Facility for the treatment of malaria in Ghana. In addition to Ghana, she has carried out field work in Ethiopia, India and Nepal.
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