Cooperation between Public and Global Health Organizations and Stakeholders
Sarah McCool has worked in global health in various capacities since 2010. She most recently worked to support a U.S. Agency for International Development-funded child protection/anti-trafficking project in Haiti. She has worked extensively in the area of tuberculosis surveillance and prevention in Asia. McCool has completed a USAID Research & Development fellowship in Indonesia and consulted for a Fortune 500 company on methods for reducing tuberculosis incidence among garment factory workers in South Asia. She was previously the executive director of a Haiti-based NGO that provides primary care to the rural southwest population.