Dana Morcillo serves as a program coordinator with the Center for Innovation in Global Health, a collaboration between Georgetown University Medical Center and the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

Prior to her role at the O’Neill Institute, Morcillo gained valuable experience as a data specialist and clinical assistant for the COVID-19 team at the Virginia Department of Health. In this capacity, she played a pivotal role in coordinating with the mobile vaccination team, facilitating vaccine clinics, and conducting home vaccination visits. Additionally, she spearheaded the expansion of the Chickahominy Health District Reach Line, a vital COVID-19 and Community Health resource.

Morcillo received her Master of Public Health degree from University College London and her Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Richmond.


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