As the Program Coordinator for CHCI’s National Cooperative Agreement, Nashwa supports 24 FQHCs as they partake in Learning Collaboratives to develop and expand models of Team-Based primary care and/or launch a post-graduate residency program at their health centers. Additionally, she manages an online community to ensure engagement and learning amongst participants.
Nashwa earned her Master’s degree in Development Economics and International Business from The Fletcher School, Tufts University and her B.A. in Economics from Mount Holyoke College. Nashwa has a breadth of experience in data analytics and project evaluation. Her past experience includes her work as an M&E Research Associate for IRD, a public health social enterprise in Karachi, Pakistan, where she provided technical expertise to implement UNITAID and TBREACH grants for the screening and treatment of tuberculosis. Most recently Nashwa completed a fellowship with the International Food Policy Research Institute’s Poverty, Health and Nutrition team in Accra, Ghana setting up the evaluation for a mobile agriculture service provided by Vodafone.
Nashwa’s experience in international development has made her a firm believer in data driven decision making to maximize impact. This is why she finds her work at CHCI so engaging; here she can be part of a team that works tirelessly to bridge the health delivery gap through scalable, cost-effective and evidence-based solutions.