Marcie

Cook

Vice President, Social Enterprise

PSI Global

Marcie Cook currently serves as Vice President, Social Enterprise.

Previously serving as Regional Director of Asia and Eastern Europe at PSI, Marcie provided overall strategic guidance for the region’s seventeen countries with an annual operating budget of $100 million.

Marcie has experience working to support health markets in countries across Central and South East Asia and Africa. Before joining PSI, she held positions at the Institute for Media, Policy and Civic Society, the Story Workshop Educational Trust, University of Malawi and IBM, Canada LTD.

Marcie holds a master’s in global affairs with a concentration in international business from New York University.

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