Sara Casey, MPH

Sara Casey, MPH, serves as the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer for MCAP in Rwanda.  She also represents Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health in the Reproductive Health Response in Conflict Consortium.

Sara's interests lie in using sound data collection and analysis to improve the scope and quality of reproductive health services for populations affected by armed conflict, with a particular interest in post-conflict settings.

Previously, Sara worked at the Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health at Columbia University where she focused on the reproductive health of war-affected populations around the world, providing technical assistance on monitoring and evaluation to field partners.  She also advised students in the Forced Migration and Health Program.  Prior to joining Columbia University, she was a Peace Corps Volunteer in a community health program in Chad.  She also served as a caseworker in refugee resettlement in the US.  Before Peace Corps, she studied and worked in business and economic development in France and Germany.

Sara holds a Master's degree in Public Health and a Master's degree in International Affairs from Columbia University, as well as a BA in International Studies and French from Washington University.