Molly Grodin is a mission-driven health communications professional with nearly two decades of experience in brand and corporate communications, stakeholder engagement, and global public health. She has worked in the non-profit and for-profit sectors, providing strategic communications support to enhance visibility, engage allies, elevate scientific credibility, and enhance reputation and resources. She currently leads global public health work at Evoke KYNE and was previously director of communications at the Population Council and EngenderHealth. She holds a Master of International Affairs from Columbia University.
Madagascar has remarkable biodiversity with 80% of its flora and fauna found nowhere else in the world. While its economy is highly reliant on natural resources, significant unmet health and economic needs drive unsustainable practices. ...
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