Dr. Nalinee Sangrujee

    

Dr. Nalinee Sangrujee is a development economist and has over 15 years of experience conducting international policy development and economics research.  She started as an economist in CDC’s Global Immunization Division conducting economic research on polio and measles vaccination strategies. She joined the Division of Global HIV/AIDS in 2009. Prior to joining the Division of Global HIV/AIDS she worked at the Futures Group conducting economics and modeling research in HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health and avian influenza.

Dr. Sangrujee was a co-chair of the PEPFAR Finance and Economics Work Group and led the development and implementation of the PEPFAR Expenditure Analysis Initiative.

She holds a Ph.D. in Agricultural and Resource Economics from the University of California at Berkeley, a Masters of Public Health from Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from The Johns Hopkins University.