Tarryn

Haslam

Director, Malaria

PSI Global

Tarryn Haslam is the Director of PSI’s Malaria Department, based out of PSI Headquarters in Washington, D.C. She oversees the technical and operational implementation of PSI’s Malaria portfolio, including several multi-country malaria grants such as VectorLink and the New Nets Project. Tarryn previously served as the Malaria department deputy director as well as the deputy director of the ACTwatch and FPwatch projects. Before that, she served as program manager for the Malaria and Child Survival Department. In addition to a master’s in international development from Kings College London, Tarryn has over 15 years of experience with the design and implementation of public health programs.

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