Estella Muro is a program coordinator for the O’Neill-Lancet Commission on Racism, Structural Discrimination and Global Health.

Prior to joining the O’Neill Institute, Muro worked as a communications and advocacy associate for Global Health Strategies. There, she worked closely with non-profit, multilateral, and private sector clients to advance strategies for focusing attention on and investment in a range of different health issues. She also previously provided research support to The Lancet Commission on Global Hearing Loss, focused on evaluating strategies to reduce the global burden of hearing loss.

Muro received her Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy Studies and Global Health from Duke University.


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