Ann Levin, PhD, MPH, MA

Dr. Ann Levin s a Health Economist with 35 years of experience conducting economic analyses and modelling in the areas of health and health sector reform in low and middle-income countries. She has a PhD in Health Economics from Johns Hopkins University and has extensive experience working in developing countries, including seven years living overseas (in Ghana, Mali, Niger and Bangladesh). Levin has conducted several cost studies on the cost and cost-effectiveness of vaccination, malaria interventions, HIV, nutrition, and reproductive health interventions.

She has also conducted several studies on the private sector role in immunization in low- and middle income countries.

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.

Win also lived and worked in Bangladesh for several years.

He has developed more than 20 planning and costing tools for public health programs in the past 10 years. His tools are used by the World Health Organization, GAVI, and International Vaccine Institute.