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Ayayi Ayite, MPH, MBA, MT(ASCP) is a current PHI/CDC Global Health General Population Surveillance Fellow working with the CDC Global Health Epidemiology and Surveillance Team in Atlanta to design, develop, coordinate, and implement population-based household survey in international settings. He graduated with a dual MPH/MBA from Benedictine University and is a Certified Medical Laboratory Scientist. For the past 5 years, Ayayi worked as a Medical Technologist in different hospital laboratory settings, including Grady Memorial Hospital and Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center. His volunteer work at Dekalb County board of Health allows him to acquire basic practical knowledge in epidemiology and surveillance, infectious disease case management and control. As Health Promotion Intern at the American Lung Association, Ayayi worked on projects implementation and evaluation including Asthma and Tobacco Cessation. He is Fluent in French and previously managed a HIV education and prevention program in Togo. Additionally, Ayayi holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance and worked as a banker with exceptional accounting, financial, and managerial skills. He is currently focusing on strengthening his competencies and practical skills in epidemiology and surveillance, data analysis, and monitoring and evaluation, with the ultimate goal of becoming a global health expert in these areas.

The PHI/CDC Global Health Fellowship Program is implemented for CDC by the Public Health Institute and its partner Consortium of Universities for Global Health.


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