Cedar Crest, New Mexico, United States
Eliza Ennis, from Cedar Crest, New Mexico, is pursuing a PhD in health policy at Stanford School of Medicine. She graduated from Harvard University with a bachelor’s degree in social studies with a focus on international relations and the Modern Middle East and a secondary in Global health and health policy. Eliza aspires to drive equitable health access and outcomes by improving health system design and building sustainable policy. As a senior consultant at Dalberg Global Development Advisors, she provided policy recommendations on safe K-12 school reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic, designed global solutions to improve financing and procurement for contraceptives, supported ministries of health with health financing reform, and developed a quantitative model to reduce iron deficiency in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. She was awarded the Stanley H. Hoffman Undergraduate Research Fellowship and previously led the research team for the Women’s Media Center in Washington, D.C.