Abigail Ulman served as a Program Coordinator at the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. She supported the Center for Innovation in Global Health as a whole and specifically the Center’s Blantyre Prevention Strategy. Prior to joining O’Neill, Abigail served in the Peace Corps in Senegal as a Sustainable Agriculture Extension Agent, where she worked on grassroots community development projects to improve food security in the community. Abigail holds a BS in Science, Technology, and International Affairs from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.

Program Coordinator, Center for Innovation in Global Health


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