Staff Associate, Population Council
Sara Chace Dwyer, MPP is a public health professional with a background in research, monitoring and evaluation, and program management. Sara is currently a Staff Associate at the Population Council and contributes to research activities aimed at improving family planning policies, programs, and practices worldwide. Sara is involved in implementation research looking at the quality of care in family planning services and ways to improve access to contraceptive services, including the potential role of private sector pharmacies and drug shops in family planning service delivery. She has also worked at Jhpiego as a Program Officer for the Helping Mothers Survive Secretariat and managed program coordination for multiple maternal health and family planning projects. Sara received a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University.
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