Associate Program Officer; Pharos Global Health
Lindsey Hiebert received her MPH in Chronic Disease Epidemiology and BS in Global Affairs Development from Yale University.
Her interest in social enterprises first stemmed from her involvement in the global health community at Yale as a Global Health Fellow. She then had the opportunity to create this case study through a two-semester class offered by the Jackson Institute of Global Affairs at Yale, Social Enterprises in Developing Economies. In addition to completing this case in the summer of 2014, she had diverse experiences in Latin America ranging from interning with education and women’s cooperatives in San Salvador, El Salvador and researching mobile health clinic perceptions in Batey Libertad, Dominican Republic. In addition, she served as the Chair of the National Youth Council for the March of Dimes from 2014-2015 and on the student board of Dwight Hall, the center for social justice and public service at Yale from 2012-2014.