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Alisha Kramer

Title Program Coordinator and Research Assistant
Organization The Center for Strategic and International Studies Global Health Policy Center

Alisha Kramer is program coordinator and research assistant for the CSIS Global Health Policy Center. She works on global health issues, including HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, women's health, and U.S. multilateral engagement. She has organized research trips to Botswana, Switzerland, and Ethiopia and co-led Congressional staff delegations to South Africa and Zambia. She has co-authored CSIS publications on HIV/AIDS and U.S. PEPFAR programs, U.S. engagement with global health multilateral institutions, and women's reproductive health. Previously, Ms. Kramer worked as a research assistant in an immunology laboratory at Georgetown University where she studied the host immune response to Giardia lamblia infection in in-vitro and in-vivo models. She holds a B.S. in biology of global health from Georgetown University.

Posts By Alisha Kramer

Why Family Planning is Central to Development

Conference participants from around the world should draw lessons from Ethiopia’s own experience that family planning is central to broader women’s health and development, contributing to the empowerment of women and girls and more stable and prosperous families.

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Strengthening U.S. Investments in Women’s Global Health

In March 2013, a delegation led by the CSIS Global Health Policy Center traveled to Zambia to examine the opportunities and challenges of strengthening U.S. investments overseas in women’s health.

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