Associate Director, Advocacy
Sara Rossi is the Associate Director of Advocacy for the Data for Health program, leading both civil society and budget advocacy efforts globally for the Data for Health Initiative. Sara brings more than a decade of experience in global health program management, strategy, and advocacy to this position. Prior to her role at GHAI, Sara worked in partnership with civil society, public health officials, and government leaders in malaria-endemic countries and regions to mobilize, absorb, and sustain domestic investments in malaria response. Previously, Sara supported the scale-up of point-of-care HIV diagnostic services in sub-Saharan Africa with the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Sara is a dual degree MPH-MPA graduate from Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health and its School of International & Public Affairs. She earned a BA in Communications and Global Studies from UCLA and early in her career spent three years in the private sector as a management consultant to the healthcare industry.