Senior Project Officer, CGHD Zambia Programs
Harvard School of Public Health, MSc
- Office: Crosstown Center, 382B
- Phone: 617-638-5432
- Email: email@example.com
Caroline Grogan is a Senior Project Officer, CGHD Zambia Programs at Boston University’s Center for Global Health & Development where she manages a portfolio of clinical research studies focused on maternal and neonatal health in Zambia. Principal among these studies is the Zambia Chlorhexidine Application Trial, a large-scale community based randomized controlled trial focused on neonatal survival. Additionally, in her capacity as financial liaison for BU’s Zambia country program, she develops systems and tools to integrate the field operations of Boston University’s local research partner with the financial infrastructure of a large research university. Prior to joining the CGHD, Caroline worked as a consultant to several organizations on global health projects, primarily in Africa, including HIV and reproductive health research projects in Ghana, Botswana, Kenya, and Uganda. She also has several years of experience in the development office at a global health management consulting organization. Caroline spent two years living in Mali as a health education volunteer and volunteer trainer with the Peace Corps, where she focused on community-based maternal and child health projects. She is conversant in French and has basic Bambara language skills. She holds an MSc in global health and population from Harvard School of Public Health and an AB in European history from Brown University.