Employee Spotlight: Kelly Yotebieng
Public Health is a great way to connect with and improve the existence of our fellow humans, and a chance to create positive change. “I am a medical anthropologist by trade,” says Kelly Yotebieng, a director on our Programs team at the END Fund. “I have a master’s in public health, but my PHD is in medical anthropology. The appeal of the END Fund is that we are so focused on the individual person that these NTDs are affecting, rather than a sole focus on the vector or parasite.” For nearly two-years, Kelly has played a pivotal role within our Programs department, leading on all things Flagship Fund. Kelly and her team support programmatic efforts in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, Mauretania, Eretria, and India.