Adriana Deverlis, MPIA
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Adriana completed both her undergraduate and graduate studies in the discipline of Public and International Affairs, focusing on global political economy and nonprofit management. She took the skills that she developed through her studies to Haiti to work for a nonprofit hospital (Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti) for three years, contributing to their monitoring and evaluation, fundraising, and strategic programming efforts. Adriana joined the CHOP Global Health team in November, 2015, and was responsible for leading the Global Health Center’s Niños Primeros en Salud program in the Dominican Republic, as well as the Global Health Allies program and the annual CHOP Global Health Conference. She joined the Immune Dysregulation team in 2020.
BA in West European Studies, Spanish, French - The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
MPIA, Global Political Economy - University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
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