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Elizabeth Costenbader

Elizabeth Costenbader

Social and Behavioral Scientist, FHI 360

Elizabeth (Betsy) Costenbader is a Social and Behavioral Scientist in the Global Health, Population and Nutrition Division at FHI 360. She has collaborated on and led research and intervention projects among populations at-risk for sexual and reproductive health outcomes for more than a decade with a primary focus on understanding the social context of risk; particularly, the role of social norms and networks. Dr. Costenbader recently served as the Leader of the Measurement Task Group on the USAID-funded Passages study and Leader of the Measurement subgroup of the Bill and Melinda Gates-funded Global Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change. Both projects focused on building the evidence base and promoting practices at scale that improve the health and well-being of adolescents and young people through social norm transformation. As part of the Passages project, Dr. Costenbader served as the Principal Investigator on a formative study that employed participatory qualitative methods in Burundi to uncover gender norms affecting GBV and sexual and reproductive health outcomes for adolescent girls and young women (ny https://irh.org/resource-library/).

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