Ann Levin, PhD, MPH, MA
Ann Levin earned a doctorate in Health Economics from Johns Hopkins University. She also earned a Master in Public Health degree with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health from Johns Hopkins University. Dr. Levin earned a Master of Arts degree in Women and Development from American University.
Ann lived in rural Niger for three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer; she worked in a health post providing preventive health services to women and children.
Winthrop "Win" Morgan, MPH
Win Morgan earned a Master in Public Health degree from Johns Hopkins University through the Department of International Health. He also has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology and Government from Connecticut College.
Win lived in rural Liberia for three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer; he taught supervision, management, and community mobilization to health center and health post officers.
He was a program manager at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (JHU/CCP) for six years; he worked in the Africa and Near East divisions. He served as Resident Advisor in Ghana and Zambia.