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Carlie Sulpizio, MPH, is a PHI/CDC Global Health Surveillance Fellow, working with CDC Thailand and the TRACE initiative to support the implementation of recent HIV infection surveillance systems to help control the epidemic. Carlie earned her MPH alongside a certificate in women, adolescent, and child health from the University of Washington’s Department of Global Health. She has previously worked for the Seattle Institute for Biomedical and Clinical Research and Veterans Affairs (VA) Puget Sound to implement innovative hormonal interventions for veterans with COVID-19. Carlie assisted the University of Washington’s International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH) in the national program evaluation of Healthy Me and ARVs, an adult HIV adherence book and program. She comes with additional experience working with various governmental and non-governmental organizations, including Days for Girls, VillageReach, Institut Pasteur, and the U.S. Peace Corps (Burkina Faso 2013-2015). Carlie has dedicated her work to using skills-based frameworks, actionable data, and working among critical populations to inform health programming and fight for health equity and justice in our most vulnerable populations. She is excited to bring these experiences to CDC Thailand and the TRACE initiative.

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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