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Nora Hennesy, MPH is a PHI/CDC Global Health Surveillance Fellow with CDC Tanzania. She is an enthusiastic, reliable and driven public health professional with a passion for global health who is happiest managing a project alongside multiple stakeholders and beneficiaries. In addition to the coordination of a Human Institutional Capacity Building Branch study for the development and piloting of a comprehensive monitoring and evaluation framework for high-quality HIV Extension for Community Health Outcomes (HIV ECHO), Nora has primarily supported the planning and implementation of multiple surveillance activities including a bio-behavioral survey (BBS) of key populations in multiple regions of Tanzania, recency surveillance, and Tanzania’s next Population-based HIV Impact Assessment. Since 2019, her time at CDC-Tanzania has developed Nora into an impactful public health leader who appreciates the importance of relationship building at the local level and who looks for any opportunity to collaborate to achieve success. Alongside her public health experience, Nora brings five years of quality and process improvement experience in rigorous clinical trial research. Nora’s career aspirations are to apply the project leadership, collaboration, and quality research skills she developed through her professional career to support impactful global health research.

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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