Kaci Kennedy McDade
Kaci Kennedy McDade is a Policy Associate in the Center for Policy Impact in Global Health (CPIGH), where she focuses on global public goods for health, such as research and development for neglected diseases, pandemic preparedness and antimicrobial resistance. Prior to joining the CPIGH team, she was a masters student in international development at Tsinghua University in Beijing. Her graduate research focuses on China as a foreign aid donor. During her graduate studies, she was a research intern at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy and the State Department's East Asia and the Pacific Bureau. Prior to her masters, she was a part of the Maternal, Newborn, Child Health team at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle. She completed her undergraduate studies at the College of William & Mary.
To start a conversation with me, ask me: About scalloping!
Something interesting most people don't know about me: Durham is the farthest from the ocean I've ever lived! I was born and raised on a small island off the west coast of Florida.
Favorite food: It's a tie between mashed potatoes and jianbing: a spicy/sweet Chinese street food crepe.