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SECRETARIAT

Dr. Claire Rothschild,

Co-Chair, Evidence & Learning Working Group

Dr. Claire Rothschild is the Senior Research Advisor for Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) Strategic Evidence and Learning at PSI. In this role, Claire leads PSI’s global SRHR evidence agenda, providing scientific oversight for research implemented across 35 countries. Prior to joining PSI, she advised the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s family planning strategy and was a National Institutes of Health Predoctoral Fellow, where her research focused on using digital technology to explore novel measurement approaches in family planning. Previously, she led research and evaluation for a private maternity provider in Kenya. In her role on ELWG’s leadership team, Claire leads efforts to promote dissemination and utilization of high-quality research and evidence on quality self-care in SRH. Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology from Stanford University, an Master of ScienceS in Global Health and Population from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington.

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SECRETARIAT

Dr. Claire Rothschild,

Co-Chair, Evidence & Learning Working Group

Dr. Claire Rothschild is the Senior Research Advisor for Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH) Strategic Evidence and Learning at PSI. In this role, Claire leads PSI’s global SRHR evidence agenda, providing scientific oversight for research implemented across 35 countries. Prior to joining PSI, she advised the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s family planning strategy and was a National Institutes of Health Predoctoral Fellow, where her research focused on using digital technology to explore novel measurement approaches in family planning. Previously, she led research and evaluation for a private maternity provider in Kenya. In her role on ELWG’s leadership team, Claire leads efforts to promote dissemination and utilization of high-quality research and evidence on quality self-care in SRH. Claire holds a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology from Stanford University, an Master of ScienceS in Global Health and Population from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Washington.