Global health advocate
Rosana is part of the Finance for Health team. As a global health advocate, she is involved with Wemos’ work on the Global Financing Facility (GFF).
Originally from Ecuador, Rosana is a graduate from Duke University in the U.S. with a BA degree in International Comparative Studies and Global Health, and holds a MSc in Global Health and Development from University College London. She has worked and studied in the United States, Spain, U.K., Belgium, Ecuador, India and China.
“I have been part of different initiatives in global health equity, working in NGOs, academia, policy, advocacy, and consulting; these experiences have shown me the importance of working together with people in order to improve equity in countries world-wide. I’m a strong believer in stakeholder engagement and open dialogue between all parties in order to find workable solutions to increase the wellbeing and health of populations. And I think that through the current challenges in global health we can, and should, find opportunities for positive change in health.”